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SHARING 
HERITAGE 
AND HOPE 



1991 MINUTES 



WILMINGTON BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 

610 SOUTH COLLEGE ROAD 
WILMINGTON, NORTH CAROLINA 28403 

(919) 799-1160 




Z. Smith Reynolds Library 



NOT TO BE CIRCULATED 



MINUTES 
OF THE 

WILMINGTON BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 
NINETY-FIRST ANNUAL SESSION 
HELD WITH 

SCOTTS HILL BAPTIST CHURCH, WILMINGTON, NC 

OCTOBER 21, 1991 
PINE VALLEY BAPTIST CHURCH, WILMINGTON, NC 
OCTOBER 22, 1991 
THE NEXT ANNUAL SESSION WILL BE HELD 
OCTOBER 19, 1992 
SUNSET PARK BAPTIST CHURCH, WILMINGTON, NC 
OCTOBER 20, 1992 
ATKINSON BAPTIST CHURCH, ATKINSON, NC 
ANNUAL SERMON: DR. MIKE QUEEN 



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in 2015 



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TABLE OF CONTENTS 



ANNUAL SESSION PROCEEDINGS 103-105 

ASSOCIATION/CHURCHES LIAISON REPRESENTATIVES 18-19 

ASSOCIATION DIRECTORY 1-17 

BUDGET 1991-1992 67-69 

Budget Expenditures 70-72 

Financial Report 73 

Gifts from the Churches 74 

CHURCH DIRECTORY 20-42 

CHURCH ORDAINED MINISTERS 77-76 

DECEASED 78-79 

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE MINUTES 82-99 

GENERAL BOARD MINUTES 101-102 

HISTORICAL TABLES 80-81 

MAP OF THE ASSOCIATION 108-109 

MESSENGERS TO THE ASSOCIATION 106-107 

MINISTERS ORDAINED THIS YEAR 77 

PERSONS LICENSED THIS YEAR 77 

REPORTS TO THE ASSOCIATION 43-66 

TABLE A THROUGH I 110-129 



ASSOCIATION*!. DIRECTORY 



MILMIMOTON BAPTIST ASSOCIATION, 610 South College Rd . , Wilmington, NC 28403; 
799-1160 

DIRECTOR OF MISSIONS - Rev. J. Edwin Bullock, 610 South College Road, 
Wilmington, NC 28403; 799-1160 or 458-3454 (Temple) 

DIRECTOR or CHURCH AND COMMUNITY MINISTRIES - Mrs. Mary Margaret Brooks, 414 
Stonewall Jackson Dr., Wilmington, NC 28412; 395-1722 (Winter Park) 

DIRECTOR OF RESORT/LEISURE/B8U MINISTRIES - Carlene C. Evans, 610 South 
College Road, Wilmington, NC 28403) 799-1160 (Wrightsboro) 

OFFICE SECRETARY /BOOKKEEPER - Me. Linda G. Carroll, 329 Wayne Dr., Wilmington, 
NC 28403; 763-6669 (Wilmington, First) 

OFFICE SECRETARY/RECEPTIONIST - Mrs. Judy H. Norris, 611 Middle Sound Loop 
Rd., Lot #1, Wilmington, NC 28405; 686-7110 (Ogden) 

NC BH COUNSELING CENTER DIRECTOR - Dr. Mac Wallace, 610 South College Rd., 
Wilmington, NC 28403; 799-1071 



Moderator 



Vice Moderator 



Clerk 



OFFICERS (ELECTED ANNUALLY) 

Mr. Gary Trawick, P. O. Box 956, Burgaw, NC 28425; 
259-9101 or 259-2904 (Burgaw) 

Rev. Danny Hawkins, P. O. Box 21, Wrightsville Beach, 
NC 28480; 256-3682 (Wrightsville Beach) 

Mrs. Dot W. Hall, 146 Lafayette Street, Wilmington, NC 
28405; 686-4455 (Scotts Hill) 



Treasurer 



Asst. Treasurer 



Treasurer Emeritus 



Public Relations 
£ Communications 



Mr. Bernard Abrams, 1809 Brewton Court, Wilmington, NC 
28403; 762-6943 (Calvary) 

Ms. Tammy Blizzard, 1538 Pembroke Jones Dr., 
Wilmington, NC 28403; 256-6006 (Wrightsville Beach) 

Mr. C. A. Liles, 2429 Jefferson Street, Wilmington, NC 
28401; 763-6950 (Long Leaf) 

Mrs. Beulah Giddens, P. O. Box 333, Burgaw, NC 28425; 
259-4777 (Calvary) 



Historian 

Asst. Historian 
Trustees 



Miss Jean Henry, 4902 Marlin Court, Wilmington, NC 
28403; 791-1584 (Centerville) 

Ms. Hattie Squires, RFD, Currie, NC 28435, (Canetuck) 

Mr. W. W. Lennon, 2226 Brandon Road, Wilmington, NC 
28405; 763-5585 (Winter Park) 

Mr. Paul Spithaler, P. O. Box 332, Wrightsville Beach, 
NC 28480; 256-3081 (Wrightsville Beach) 
Mr. Ray Potter, 248 Jeb Stuart Drive, Wilmington, NC 
28412; 791-0421 (Sunset Park) 



Area Group Leaders tl 



Mr. Eugene Floyd, Rt. 1, Box 171, Kelly, NC 28448; 
283-5603 (Atkinson) 

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#2 Mr. Terry Mitchell, Rt. 1, Box 107-A, Kelly, NC 
28448; 669-2605 (Centervllle) 



#3 Mr. David DeVane, 305 Pioneer Ct . , Wilmington, NC 
28405; 686-1645 (Calvary) 

#4 Mr. Onree Fisher, 2812 Princess Place Dr., Wilmington, 
NC 28405; 762-8055 (Wilmington, First) 



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Mr. Charles Hollls, 138 Green Forest Dr., Wilmington, 
NC 28409; 799-0318 (Winter Park) 



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Mr. Admah Lanier, Rt. 1, Box 530, Wilmington, NC 28405; 
686-7694 (Scotta Hill) 



PERSONNEL COMMITTEE 



Chairperson 



Dr. John Scalf, 602 Windemere Rd., Wilmington, NC 
28405; 791-4470 (Temple) 



Mr. Ray Richardson, 5518 Captains Lane, Wilmington, NC 
28409; 791-4182 (College Acres) 

Rev. David Stewart, 106 Buccaneer Rd., Wilmington, NC 
28409; 392-0942 (Masonboro) 

Mr. James Mott, 333 Holiday Hills Dr., Wilmington, NC 
28403; 791-6323 (Masonboro) 

Mr. Stuart Brown, 143 High Tide Dr., Wilmington, NC 
28405; 686-7413 (Scotts Hill) 

Mrs. Mary Leila Andrews, 1606 S. Live Oak Parkway, 
Wilmington, NC 28403; 763-8723 (Temple) 

PROPERTIES COMMITTEE 



Chairperson 



Mr. Grady Barnes, 205 Heritage Park Dr., Wilmington, 
NC 28401; 763-7071 (Calvary) 



Mr. Ken Phelps, 306 Jeb Stuart Dr., Wilmington, NC 
28412; 392-5110 (Masonboro) 

Mr. George Collins, 134 Bretonshire Dr., Wilmington, 
NC 28405; 392-0643 (Pine Valley) 

Mr. A. H. Harrell, 215 Northbrook Dr., Wilmington, NC 
28405; 791-8180 (Ogden) 

Mr. Ed Parker, 238 Long Leaf Acres Dr., Wilmington, NC 
28405; 791-3851 (Long Leaf) 

Mr. Leamon Mathis, 205 Peanut Rd., Hampgtead, NC 28443; 
270-2931 (Topsail) 

Mr. George Gaddy, 234 Seacrest Dr., Wrightsville Beach, 
NC 28480; 256-3491 (Winter Park) 



Mr. Raybourne Batchelor, 613 Ravenwood Rd., Hampstead, 
NC 28443; 270-4810 (Barlow-Vista) 



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MISSIONARY FURLOUGH HOUSE COMMITTEE 



Chairperson Ms. Yvonne Lewis, 145 Cliffside Dr., Wilmington, NC 

28409; 799-0976 (Winter Park) 

Mrs. Shirley Jacobs, 502 Clearbrook Dr., Wilmington, 
NC 28409; 791-5624 (Sunset Park) 

Mr. Glenn Kling, 206 Northbrook Dr., Wilmington, NC 
28405; 392-0617 (Murray Memorial) 

Mr. A. H. Harrell, 215 Northbrook Dr., Wilmington, NC 
28405; 791-8180 (Ogden) 

Mrs. Laura Spivey, 1022 43rd St., Wilmington, NC 28403; 
392-2772 (Winter Park) 

Mr. Derek Norris, 611 Middle Sound Loop Rd., Lot #1, 
Wilmington, NC 28405; 686-7110 (Ogden) 

CHURCH REVIEW 

Chairperson Mr. Gary Trawick, P. O. Box 956, Burgaw, NC 28425; 

259-9109 (Burgaw) 

Rev. Ed Bullock, 610 S. College Rd. , Wilmington, NC 
28403; 799-1160 or 458-3454 (Temple) 

Rev. Paul Nix, 104 Pecan Ave., Wilmington, NC 28403; 
799-8525 (Sea Gate) 

Rev. David Stewart, 106 Buccaneer Rd. , Wilmington, NC 
28409; 392-0942 (Masonboro) 

Mr. Bill Oaks, 326 Covil Ave., Wilmington, NC 28403; 
763-8174 (Sunset Park) 

Mrs. Linda Fowler, Rt. 4, Box 159, Leland, NC 28451; 
371-9951 (Castle Hayne) 

Mrs. Billie Botts, 410 Sharon Dr., Wilmington, NC 
28409; 791-3242 (Myrtle Grove) 

CONSTITUTION AMD BY-LAWS COMMITTEE 

Chairperson Rev. Melvin Hall, 146 Lafayette St., Wilmington, NC 

28405; 686-4455 (Scotta Hill/Ivanhoe) 

Rev. Philip Eakins, Rt . 1, Box 286, Watha, NC 28471; 
283-7657 (Moore's Creek) 

Mrs. Joan Brewer, 121 S. Cardinal Dr., Wilmington, NC 
28403; 799-7818 (College Acres) 

Mr. Robert Croom, 6924 Murrayville Rd., Wilmington, NC 
28405; 395-4253 (Pine View) 

Mrs. Joyce Russell, 1210 Bayside Circle W. , Wilmington, 
NC 28403; 256-8447 (WrightBville Beach) 



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ORDIHATION ADVISORY COMMITTEE 



Chairperson Rev. Steve Bolton, 409 N. Lake Park Blvd., Carolina 

Beach, NC 28428; 458-5134 (Carolina Beach) 

Dr. Joe Peterson, P. O. Box 232, Kure Beach, NC 28449; 
458-5561 (Kure Beach) 

Mr. Bob Dudley, 323 Wallace Ave., Wilmington, NC 28403; 
392-3334 (College Acres) 

Rev. Robert E. Lee, 6218 Greenville Sound Rd., 
Wilmington, NC 28409; 350-0888 (Sea Gate) 

Rev. Robert Mlllis, Rt . 2, Box 128, Willard, NC 28478; 
285-3942 (Willard) 

Rev. Stacy Wells, 123 Shearin Hills Dr., Castle Hayne, 
NC 28429; 675-0162 (Greenfield) 

Rev. Bob Compton, Rt. 1, Box 131, Kelly, NC 28448; 
669-2965 (Haw Bluff) 

Mr. Ford Rivenbark, P. 0. Box 546, Wallace, NC 28466; 
285-2529 (Wallace, First) 

Rev. C. R. Price, 1022 Daisy Lee Dr., Wilmington, NC 
28405; 791-5639 (College Acres) 

PROGRAM COMMITTEE 

Chairperson Mr. Durwood Bradshaw, 136 Kings Landing Rd . , Hampstead, 

NC 28443; 270-2637 (Topsail) 

Rev. Dennis Bazemore, 1008 Eastwood Dr., Wallace, NC 
28466; 285-6336 (Wallace, First) 

Mrs. Brenda Trott, 185 Washington Acres Rd . , Hampstead, 
NC 28443; 270-3422 (Hampstead) 

Dr. Allen McKeithan, 6914 Maeonboro Sound Rd., 
Wilmington, NC 28409; 799-3982 (Murray Memorial) 

RESOLUTIONS AND MEMORIALS 

Chairperson Rev. Eugene Ridley, 317 Shipyard Blvd., Wilmington, NC 

28412; 763-2479 (Long Leaf) 

Rev. Horace Hall, 5125 Lord Tennyson Rd . , Wilmington, 
NC 28405; 799-5589 (Victory) 

Mrs. Mary Beall, 1909 Creecy Ave., Wilmington, NC 
28403; 762-4809 (Ogden) 

Mrs. Thelma Rochelle, Rt . 2, Box 138-R, Rocky Point, 
NC 28457; 675-3584 (Victory) 

ASSOCIATIONAL STRATEGY COMMITTEE 

Chairperson Dr. Ralph Holt, Jr., 1502 Parmele Dr., Wilmington, NC 

28401; 762-2392 (Lake Forest) 



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Rev. Jim Everette, 15 N. 5th St., Wilmington, NC 28401; 
763-2471 (Wilmington, First) 

Mrs. Janet Hawkins, 4914 Seabrook Court, Wilmington, 
NC 28403; 395-6182 (Wrightsville Beach) 

Mrs. Suzanne McCarthy, 4616 Bentley Dr., Wilmington, 
NC 28403; 395-1944 (Pine Valley) 

Rev. Jimmy Napier, 802 N. College Rd. , Wilmington, NC 
28405; 799-4898 (Freedom) 

Dr. Lamar Brooks, 4700 Wrightsville Ave., Wilmington, 
NC 28403; 395-1722 (Winter Park) 

BAPTIST STUDENT UNION COUNCIL (BSUl 

Chairperson Dr. Mike Queen, 15 N. 5th., Wilmington, NC 28401; 

763-2471 (Wilmington, First) 

Rev. Michael Lewis, 2736 Castle Hayne Rd., Wilmington, 
NC 28401; 763-3181 (Wrightsboro) 

Dr. Eddie Davis, 15 Scotts Hill Rd., Wilmington, NC 
28405; 686-9885 (Scotts Hill) 

Rev. Dennis Bazemore, 408 W. Main St., Wilmington, NC 
28466; 285-2534 (Wallace, First) 

Dr. Lea Dudley, 323 N. Wallace Ave., Wilmington, NC 
28403; 392-3334 (College Acres) 

Misa Julie McVey, 4407 Holly Tree Rd. , Wilmington, NC 
28409; 452-9042 (Temple) 

Mrs. Toi Creech, 4622 Mockingbird Lane, Wilmington, NC 
28409; 392-4183 (Winter Park) 

Member At Large Ms. Carlene Evans, 610 S. College Rd., Wilmington, NC 

28403; 799-1160 (Wrightsboro) 

SEMINARY EITENSION COUNCIL 

Chairperson Rev. Vincent Wall, 217 Pinecliff Dr., Wilmington, NC 

28409; 799-9024 (Southside) 

Rev. Horace Jackson, 320 Northern Blvd., Wilmington, 
NC 28401; 762-0627 (Sunset Park) 

Rev. Geary Walton, 215 E. Belvedere Rd., Haxnpstead, NC 
28443; 270-2402 (Rocky Point) 

Rev. Paul Nix, 104 Pecan Ave., Wilmington, NC 28403; 
799-8525 (Sea Gate) 

Rev. Thurman Allred, 1504 Village Dr., Wilmington, NC 
28403; 799-0586 (Sunset Park) 

Rev. Joel Hunt, 6306 Myrtle Grove Rd., Wilmington, NC 
28409; 799-3493 (Long Leaf) 



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INTERNATIONAL SEAMAN'S SERVICE CE NTER 



Chairperson Mrs. Delores Milllken, 305 Sparta Dr., Wilmington, NC 

28405; 799-3295 (College Acres) 

Mrs. Geraldlne McGinnle, 4811 Carolina Beach Rd., 
Wilmington, NC 28412; 791-9123 (Masonboro) 

ESL/LITERACY COMMITTEE 

Chairperson Mrs. Gladys Baker, 136 LaSalle Dr., Wilmington, NC 

28405; 686-9194 (Scotts Hill) 

Mrs. Sally Lennon, 2226 Brandon Rd., Wilmington, NC 
28405; 763-5585 (Winter Park) 

Mrs. Pat Ferguson, 6226 Teal Rd. , Wilmington, NC 28403; 
799-7357 (Temple) 

Mrs. Ruth Gronosky, 4104 Appleton Way, Wilmington, NC 
28402; 791-8882 (Winter Park) 

Mrs. Mary Ellen Benton, 909 Kings Grant Rd., Wilmington 
NC 28405; 791-8663 (Winter Park) 

ACTS TV NETWORK COMMITTEE 

Chairperson Mr. Dana McAtee, 4700 Wrightsville Ave., Wilmington, 

NC 28403; 251-1930 (Winter Park) 

RESCUE MISSION 

Chairperson 



SUNDAY SCHOOL ASSIST TEAM 

Director Dr. Hal Bilbo, Rt. 1, Box 1500, Burgaw, NC 28425; 

259-2840 (Mount Holly) 

Asst. Director Rev. John Cashwell, 231 Central Blvd., Wilmington, NC 

28401; 762-4486 (Sunset Park) 

Outreach Dir. -1992 Mr. Al Hallowell, 4910 Pine St., Wilmington, NC 28403; 

791-0191 (Wrightsville Beach) 

Outreach Director Rev. Ellis Lanier, 140 Kings Landing Rd., Hampstead, 

NC 28443; 270-4142 (Temple) 

Adult Dir. -1993 Mrs. Ruth Murray, 3416 Chalmers Dr., Wilmington, NC 

28409; 791-2065 (Pine Valley) 

Adult Director Dr. Charles Harris, 6551 Carolina Beach Rd., 

Wilmington, NC 28409; 452-1309 (Whispering Pines) 

Youth Director Mrs. Janice Puckett, 330 Burbank Rd., Wilmington, NC 

28412; 392-6831 (Southside) 

Youth Director Mrs. Leanna Lawrence, 1025 Robert E. Lee Dr., 

Wilmington, NC 28412; 791-9006 (Pine Valley) 



Children's Director Mrs. Teresa McLemore, 13 Patrick Henry Ct., Wallace, 

NC 28466; 285-4757 (Wallace, First) 

Pre-School Dir. -1993 Mrs. Cleta Heath, 909 Robert E. Lee Dr., Wilmington, 
NC 28412; 791-3721 (Pine Valley) 

V.B.S. Dir. -1993 Rev. John Cashwell, 231 Central Blvd., Wilmington, NC 

28401; 762-4486 (Sunset Park) 

Special Education Mrs. Faye Harris, 6551 Carolina Beach Rd., Wilmington, 

NC 28409; 452-1309 (Whispering Pines) 

Asst. V.B.S. Dir. Dr. Hal Bilbo, Rt . 1, Box 1500, Burgaw, NC 28425; 

259-2840 (Mount Holly) 



DIBCIPLESHIP TRAINING COUNCIL 



Director 



Dr. Eddie Davis, 15 Scotts Hill Road, Wilmington, NC 
28405; 686-9885 (Scotts Hill) 



Asst. Director 



Mr. John Truitt, 601 N. Channel Dr., Wrightsville 
Beach, NC 28480; 256-3272 (Wrightsville Beach) 



Adult Dir. 



Rev. Oscar Holland, 231 Central Blvd., Wilmington, NC 
28401; 762-4486 (Sunset Park) 



Youth Dir. 



Rev. Bill Batten, 702 Eastwood Road, Wilmington, NC 
28403; 799-3773 (College Acres) 



Children"s Dir. 



Ms. Liz Hall, Rt. 1, Box 383, Willard, NC 28478; 
(Penderlea) 



Bible Drill Dir. 



Ms. Sandra Snipe, 321 Foxhall Court, Wilmington, NC 
28412; 799-6145 (Winter Park) 



Pre-School Dir. 



New Church Member 
Training Dir. 



Rev. Tommy Puckett, 330 Burbank Rd. , Wilmington, NC 
28412; 392-6831 (Southside) 



Equipping Center 
Dir. 



Mrs. Ruth Murray, 3416 Chalmers Dr., Wilmington, NC 
28409; 791-1949 (Pine Valley) 



Consultants 



Mrs. JoAnn Walton, 215 E. Belvedere Rd. , Hampatead, NC 
28443; 270-2402 (Rocky Point) 



Rev. Reggie Rushing, 310 Foxhall Court, Wilmington, NC 
28412; 395-4159 (Wilmington, First) 

Dr. Hal Bilbo, Rt . 1, Box 1500, Burgaw, NC 28425; 
259-2840 (Mount Holly) 

Rev. Doug Danner, 978 Highway 17 North, Hampstead, NC 
28443; 329-3761 (Barlow Vista) 



Mr. Tommy Todd, 3517 Middle Sound Loop Rd. , Wilmington, 
NC 28405; 686-7616 (Scotts Hill) 



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BROTHERHOOD COUNCIL 



Director 



Mr. J. P. McGinnis, 4811 Carolina Beach Road, 
Wilmington, NC 28412; 791-9123 (Masonboro) 



Secretary 



Mr. Tommy Todd, 3517 Middle Sound Loop Rd . , Wilmington, 
NC 28405; 686-7616 (Scotts Hill) 



Baptist Men's 
President 



Mr. Billy Watkins, 225 Springdale Dr., Wilmington, NC 
28405; 791-2869 (Ogden) 



Mission Study Dir. 



Mr. George Stephens, 307 Robert E. Lee Dr., Wilmington, 
28412; 791-0522 (Pine Valley) 



Mission Action Dir. 



Mr. Hal Langley, 2018 Washington St., Wilmington, NC 
28401; 763-8676 (Sunset Park) 



Mission Stewardship 
Director 



Mr. Charles Fox, Sr., 4211 Park Ave., Wilmington, NC 
28403; 799-3781 (Calvary) 



R.A. Director 



Mr. Kenneth W. Cascell, 4114 Wrightsville Ave., 
Wilmington, 28403; 452-9996 (Calvary) 



R.A. H.S. B.Y.M. Dir. 



Rev. John Cashwell, 231 Central Blvd., Wilmington, NC 
28401; 762-4486 (Sunset Park) 



R.A. Crusader Leader 



Mr. Larry Mathews, 1105 Lord Thomas Rd . , Wilmington, 
NC 28405; 799-5777 (Long Leaf) 



R.A. Pioneer Leader 



Mr. Mike Sandlin, 1228 Edgewater Club Rd., Wilmington, 
NC 28405; 686-9459 (Scotts Hill) 



Rec . , Olympics S 
Campcraft Leader 



Mr. O. J. Atkinson, 1718 N. Kerr Ave., Wilmington, NC 
28405; 799-6426 (Lake Forest) 



Lay Renewal Dir. 



Mr. John Truitt, 601 N. Channel Dr., Wrightsville 
Beach, NC 28480; 256-3272 (Wrightsville Beach) 



Lay Witness Dir. 



Mr. Larry Botts, 410 Sharon Dr., Wilmington, NC 28403; 
791-3242 (Myrtle Grove) 



Correctional 
Ministries Dir. 



Mr. Bill Oaks, 326 Covil Ave., Wilmington, NC 28403; 
763-8174 (Sunset Park) 



Agriculture Ministries 
Director 



Mr. Admah Lanier, Rt. 1, Box 530, Wilmington, NC 28405; 
686-7694 (Scotts Hill) 



Healthcare Ministries 
Director 



Dr. Chris Blake, Rt. 1, Box 510-B, Wilmington, NC 
28405; 686-0206 (Scotts Hill) 



Construction Dir. 



Mr. A. H. Harrell, 215 Northbrook Dr., Wilmington, NC 
28405; 791-8180 (Ogden) 



Transportation Dir. 



Mr. Ray Richardson, 5518 Captains Lane, Wilmington, NC 
28409; 791-4182 (College Acres) 



Disaster Response Dir. 



Mr. Bill Anderson, 1914 Carolina Beach Rd . , Wilmington, 
NC 28403; 763-1289 (Greenfield) 



Communicat ion 
Ministries Director 



Mr. Bill Bullard, 122 Partridge Rd., Wilmington, NC 
28412; 791-0565 (Masonboro) 



W.H.U. COUNCIL 



W.M.U. Director 



Mb. Catherine Sneeden, 2221 S. Live Oak Parkway, 
Wilmington, NC 28403; 762-4031 (Wilmington, First) 



W.M.U. Asst. Director 



Mra. Diane Hutchinson, 125 Hollis Lane, Wilmington, NC 
28409; 392-5372 (Pine Valley) 



Secretary 



Mrs. Sophia Floyd, Rt . 1, Box 171, Kelly, NC 28448; 
283-5603 (Atkinson) 



Mission Action Dir. 



Mrs. Pam Padgett, 487 Watts Landing Rd., Hampstead, NC 
28443; 329-6621 (Barlow Vista) 



Enlistment /Enlargement 
Director 



Mrs. Frances Harrell, 344 Cape Fear Blvd., Wilmington, 
NC 28401; 763-5887 (Long Leaf) 



Baptist Women Dir. 



Mrs. Linda Owens, P. O. Box 393, Burgaw, NC 28425; 
259-2293 (Burgaw) 



Baptist Women 
Asst. Director 



Mrs. Betsy Jones, 325 Wellington Dr., Wilmington, NC 
28405; 686-0776 (Scotts Hill) 



Baptist Young 
Women Director 



Mrs. Kay Lunceford, 3820 Sonday Rd. , Castle Hayne, NC 
28429; 675-3729 (Lake Foreat ) 



Baptist Young 

Women Asst. Director 



Mrs. Donna Smith, 210 Stoneybrook Rd., Wilmington, NC 
28405; 686-7902 (Southside) 



Acteens Director 
Acteens Asst. Dir. 



Mrs. Jean Bishop, 1810 Hawthorne Rd., Wilmington, NC 
28403; 763-1444 (Sunset Park) 



Girls In Action Dir. 



Mrs. Suzanne Brooks, 213 S. 6th St., Wilmington, NC 
28401; 762-8767 (Greenfield) 



Girls In Action 
Asst. Dir. 



Mrs. Paula Toppings, 29 Elisha Dr., Wilmington, NC 
28405; 395-1819 (Ogden) 



Mission Friends Dir. 



Mrs. Marsha Cowart, 106 Circle Dr., Wrightsville Beach, 
NC 28480; 256-5541 (Wrightsville Beach) 



Mission Friends 
Asst. Director 



Miss Dana Edens, 4214 Lockwood Dr., Wilmington, NC 
28403; 799-3888 (Temple) 



Historian 



Mrs. Betsy Jones, 325 Wellington Dr., Wilmington, NC 
28405; 686-0776 (Scotts Hill) 



Language Director 



Mrs. Sally Lennon, 2226 Brandon Rd., Wilmington, NC 
28405; 763-5585 (Winter Park) 



Area Directors #1 



Mrs. Kelly Retherford, Rt . 1, Box 170A, Kelly, NC 
28448; 283-5457 (Atkinson) 



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Mrs. Mary Lennon, 157 Cliffside Dr., Wilmington, NC 
28403; 791-8916 (Southside) 



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Mrs. Jerri Parham, 106 Devonshire Lane, Wilmington, NC 
28409; 791-3842 (College Acres) 

Mrs. LouAnn Rivenbark, 504 Friendly Lane, Wallace, NC 
28466; 

Mr*. Viol«t Rivenbark, 112 Laurel Dr., Wilmington, NC 
28401; 763-8517 (Wrightsboro) 

Mrs. Janet Hawkins, 4914 Seabrook Ct . , Wilmington, NC 
28403; 395-6182 (Wrightsville Beach) 

MUSIC COUNCIL 

Mrs. Peggy Croom, 2736 Castle Hayne Rd., Wilmington, 
NC 28401; 763-3181 (Wrightsboro) 

Rev. Clifton Harris, 4700 Wrightsville Ave., 
Wilmington, NC 28403; 791-4725 (Winter Park) 

Rev. Phil Rivenbark, P. O. Box 21, Wrightsville Beach, 
NC 28480; 256-3682 (Wrightsville Beach) 

Mrs. Jennings Trawick, P. O. Box 956, Burgaw, NC 28425; 
259-4310 (Burgaw) 

Rev. C. L. King, 423 N. 23rd St., Wilmington, NC 28405; 
762-5608 (Calvary) 

Rev. Ed Hollls, 543 McEachern Dr., Wilmington, NC 
28412; 395-1654 (Sunset Park) 

Mrs. Paula Holland, 3320 S. College Rd., Wilmington, 
NC 28403; 799-4751 (Southside) 



EVANGELISM COUNCIL 

Mr. Onree Fisher, 2812 Princess Place Dr., Wilmington, 
NC 28405; 762-8055 (Wilmington, First) 

Rev. Randy Speight, 802 N. College Rd., Wilmington, NC 
28405; 799-4898 (Freedom) 

Rev. Duncan Futrelle, 7121 Market St., Wilmington, NC 
28405; 686-7488 (Ogden) 

Rev. Greg Newton, P. O. Box 25, Castle Hayne, NC 28429; 
675-0586 (Castle Hayne) 

Rev. Jack Miller, P. O. Box 27, Kelly, NC 28448; 
669-2293 ( Centerville ) 

Dr. Mike Moore, 4715 Carolina Beach Rd . , Wilmington, 
NC 28412; 791-9171 (Silver Lake) 

Mr. Clint Betz, 1626 Lake Branch Dr., Wilmington, NC 
28401; 763-4078 (Lake Forest) 

Mrs. JoAnn Walton, 215 E. Belvedere Rd . , Hampstead, NC 
28443; 270-2402 (Rocky Point) 



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Rev. Jeff Nichols, 702 Eastwood Rd., Wilmington, NC 
28403; 799-3773 (College Acres) 

YOUTH COUNCIL 

Chairperson Rev. Vance Midgett, 423 N. 23rd St., Wilmington, NC 

28405; 762-5608 (Calvary) 

Rev. Steve McLean, 2501 N. College Rd., Wilmington, 
NC 28405; 791-6053 (Murray Memorial) 

Mrs. Judy Norris, 610 S. College Rd. , Wilmington, NC 
28403; 799-1160 (Ogden) 

Rev. Don Vigus, 1939 Independence Blvd., Wilmington, 
NC 28403; 799-7564 (Wilmington, First) 

Ms. Jennifer Mathews, P. O. Box 385, Burgaw, NC 28425; 
259-4310 (Burgaw) 

Rev. Mike Hopkins, 408 West Main St., Wallace, NC 
28466; 285-2534 (Wallace, First) 

Mr. Dodd Mays, 802 N. College Rd., Wilmington, NC 
28405; 799-4898 (Freedom) 

RECREATION COUNCIL 

Chairperson Mr. Kevin Lee, 1607 Jettys Reach, Wilmington, NC 28409; 

392-4338 (Southside) 

Mr. David Holden, 4639 Long Leaf Hills Dr., Wilmington, 
NC 28409; 791-3834 (Winter Park) 

Rev. Tommy Kelly, P. O. Box 368, Atkinson, NC 28421; 
283-7140 (Atkinson) 

Mr. Mike Taylor, Rt . 1, Box 283-A, Rocky Point, NC 
28457; 675-3744 (Mount Holly) 

Mr. Sonny Wells, 110 Seminole Trail, Wilmington, NC 
28409; 395-4645 (Sunset Park) 

PASTORAL MINISTRIES 

Chairperson Rev. David Stewart, 106 Buccaneer Rd. , Wilmington, NC 

28409; 392-0942 (Masonboro) 

MEDIA CENTER 

Director Mrs. Louise Fisher, 2812 Princess Place Dr., 

Wilmington, NC 28405; 762-8055 (Wilmington, First) 

Mrs. Joan Brewer, 121 S. Cardinal Dr., Wilmington, NC 
28403; 799-7818 (College Acres) 



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FINANCE S STEWARDSHIP COMMITTEES 



Overall Chairperson Mr. Gene Floyd, 208 Seacrest Dr., Wrightsville Beach, 

NC 28480; 256-4709 (Wrightsville Beach) 

Stewardship Education Mr. Lambert Voet, 26 W. Oxford St., Wrightsville Beach, 
Section NC 28480; 256-5803 (Wrightsville Beach) 

Mrs. Katherine Muggins, Rt. 1, Box 275, Rocky Point, 
NC 28457; 675-2274 (Riley's Creek) 

Rev. Bob Compton, Rt. 1, Box 105-B, Kelly, NC 28448; 
669-2965 (Haw Bluff) 

Mrs. Lillian Newton, 354 Friendly Lane, Wilmington, NC 
28409; 392-2634 (Masonboro) 

Mr. Jobe Metts, P. O. Box 17, Kelly, NC 28448; 
669-2222 (Centerville) 

Missions Section Mrs. Sally McCallum, 243 Huntington Rd., Wilmington, 

NC 28403; 791-3725 (Winter Park) 

Dr. Mike Queen, 15 N. 5th Street, Wilmington, NC 28401 
763-2471 (Wilmington, First) 

Mr. John Pierce, Rt.l, Rocky Point, NC 28457; 
675-0338 (Rocky Point) 

Mr. Woody Gregory, Rt. 1, Box 257-C, Rocky Point, NC 
28457; 675-3791 (Riley's Creek) 

Budget Section Mr. Clement Goodson, 4406 Raspberry Rd., Wilmington, 

NC 28405; 799-9193 (Murray Memorial) 

Rev. Horace Jackson, 320 Northern Blvd. , Wilmington, 
NC 28403; 762-0627 (Sunset Park) 

Mr. Admah Lanier, Jr., Rt. 1, Box 530, Wilmington, NC 
28405; 686-7694 (Scotts Hill) 

Mr. Ed Todd, 4415 Cascade Dr., Wilmington, NC 28403; 
799-1059 (Temple) 

Mr. Lloyd Bradshaw, 1504 Bexley Dr., Wilmington, NC 
28412; 799-1051 (Pine Valley) 

Accounting Section Mr. Ray Marett, 139 Bradley Pines Dr., Wilmington, NC 

28403; 799-7350 (Lake Forest) 

Mrs. Joyce Leiner, 302 Buccaneer Rd., Wilmington, NC 
28409; 791-7483 (Maaonboro) 

Mr. William Brock, 4710 Long Leaf Hills Dr., 
Wilmington, NC 28403; 791-2462 (Temple) 

Mr. Wilton Allen, 319 Bordeaux Ave., Wilmington, NC 
28403; 762-6932 (Long Leaf) 



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ASSOCIATIONS MISSIONS DEVELOPMENT 



Director 



Rev. Paul Nix, 104 Pecan Ave., Wilmington, NC 28403; 
799-8525 (Sea Gate) 



Missions Survey Dir. 



Rev. Ellis Lanier, 140 Kings Landing Rd . , Hampstead, 
NC 28443; 270-4142 (Temple) 



Missions Promotion 
Director 



Mrs. Linda Sanders, 445 Highway 210 East, Hampstead, 
NC 28443; 329-4567 (Barlow-Vista) 



WMU Representative 



Mrs. Pajn Padgett, 487 Watts Landing Rd., Hampstead, NC 
28443; 329-6621 (Barlow-Vista) 



Brotherhood Rep. 



Mr. Hal Langley, 2018 Washington St., Wilmington, NC 
28401; 763-8676 (Sunset Park) 



S.S. Representative 



Dr. Hal Bilbo, Rt . 1, Box 1500, Burgaw, NC 28425; 
259-2840 (Mount Holly) 



Discipleship Training 
Representative 



Dr. Eddie Davis, 15 Scotts Hill Rd. , Wilmington, NC 
28405; 686-9885 (Scotts Hill) 



COMPONENT PROGRAMS 



Language Missions Council 

Associational Staff Mrs. Mary Margaret Brooks, 414 Stonewall Jackson Dr., 
Person Wilmington, NC 28412; 395-1722 (Winter Park) 

Director Dr. Naseem Nasrallah, 200 E. Hayes Ave., Burgaw, NC, 

28425; 259-4113 (Burgaw) 

Hispanic Director Rev. Gus Lara, 3715 New Colony Dr., Wilmington, NC 

28412; 799-7131 (Lake Forest) 

Chinese Director Mrs . Katherlne Godwin, 2426 Belvedere Dr., Wilmington, 

NC 28405; 762-5608 (Calvary) 

Korean Director Mr. Craig Register, 180-A Arlington Dr., Wilmington, 

NC 28401; 762-1200 (Ogden) 

Japanese Director Mrs. Sally Lennon, 2226 Brandon Rd. , Wilmington, NC 

28405; 763-5585 (Winter Park) 

Asian Director Mrs. Connie Vigus, 118 Quail Ridge, Wilmington, NC 

392-4724; (Wilmington, First) 

ESL Director Mrs. Gladys Baker, 136 LaSalle St., Wilmington, NC 

28405; 686-9194 (Scotts Hill) 

Seajrian's Center Mrs. Delores Milliken, 305 Sparta Dr., Wilmington, NC 

Director 28405; 799-3295 (College Acres) 



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Reeort/Leleure Missions 
Council 



Associatlonal Staff Ma. Carlene Evans, 610 S. College Rd., Wilmington, NC 
Person 28403; 799-1160 (Wr lghtsboro ) 



Director 



Beach Ministry Dir. 



Campground /Lake 
Ministry Director 

Drama, Clowns, 
Puppet Ministry Dir. 



Rev. Don Horn, P. O. Box 2607, Surf City, NC 28445; 
328-2831 (Surf City) 

Ms. Bobbie Jo Lineberger, 827 Montclalr Dr., 
Wilmington, NC 28403; 799-0339 (Wilmington, First) 

Mr. Hal Langley, 2018 Washington St., Wilmington, NC 
28401; 763-8676 (Sunset Park) 

Rev. Vance Midgett, 423 N. 23rd St., Wilmington, NC 
28405; 762-5608 (Calvary) 



Marina Ministry Dir. 



Mr. David Martin, 5 Chris Dr., Castle Hayne, NC 28429; 
675-9601 (Wrightsboro) 



Motel/Hotel /Condo 
Ministry Director 



Mr. Onree Fisher, 2812 Princess Place Dr., Wilmington, 
NC 28405; 762-8055 (Wilmington, FirBt) 



Special Events 
Ministry Director 



Mrs. Shirley Horn, P. O. Box 2607, Surf City, NC 28445; 
328-2831 (Surf City) 



Campers on Missions 
Director 



Mr. Ray Benton, 909 Kings Grant St., Wilmington, NC 
28405; 791-8663 (Winter Park) 



Christian Social Ministries Council 



Associational Staff Mrs. Mary Margaret Brooks, 414 Stonewall Jackson Dr., 
Person Wilmington, NC 28412; 395-1722 (Winter Park) 

Director Dr. Joey Faucette, Jr., Rt. 1 Box 270-B, Rocky Point, 

NC 28457; 675-2127 (Riley's Creek) 

Inner City Director Rev. Jeff Brooks, 213 S. 6th St., Wilmington, NC 23EH; 
762-8767 (Greenfield) 



Family Assistance 
Director 



Senior Adult Dir. Mr. Paul Bunn, 910 Hillandale Dr., Wilmington, NC 

28403; 395-4477 (Wilmington, First) 

Week Day/Summer 
Workers Director 



Cape Fear Gospel Mr. Bobby Harrelson, 4000 Oleander Dr., Wilmington, 

Rescue Mission Dir. NC 28403; 392-7201 (Sunset Park) 

Children's Clothes Mrs. June Tregembo, 5811 Carolina Beach Rd., 
Closet Director Wilmington, NC 28412; 791-0472 (Myrtle Grove) 

Literacy Director Mrs. Billie Granger, 211 S. 47th St., Wilmington, NC 

28403; 392-7323 (Gibson Avenue) 



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Physically 
Handicapped Dir. 



Mre. Dixie Riley, 308 Parkway Dr., Wilmington, NC 
28403; 791-8339 (Sea Gate) 



Day Care £ After 
School Director 



Mrs. Geral Green, 547 Barkadale Dr., Wilmington, NC 
28403; 395-1078 (Masonboro) 



Homeless Director 



Mr. Perry L. Laymon, 1501 Fish Hawk Ct . , West, 
Wilmington, NC 28403; 395-2090 (Wilmington, First) 



Bloodmobile Sub-Council 
Director 



Mrs. Laura Spivey, 1022 43rd. St., Wilmington, NC 
28403; 392-2772 (Winter Park) 



Promotion Dir. 



Ms. Doris Boroughs, 5329 Dandelion Dr., Wilmington, NC 
28405; 791-2670 (Pine Valley) 



Recruiting Dir. 



Ms. Louise Busby, 3407 Regency Dr. , Wilmington, NC 
28403; 799-0689 (Winter Park) 



Phone Director Mrs. Lucille Kesterson, 710 George Trask Dr., 

Wilmington, NC 28405; 799-4706 (Winter Park) 

Church Extension Council 



Associatlonal Staff 
Person 



Rev. Ed Bullock, 610 S. College Rd., Wilmington, NC 
28403; 799-1160 (Temple) 



Director 



Mr. Bill Oaks, 326 Covil Ave., Wilmington, NC 28403; 
763-8174 (Sunset Park) 



Church Starter 



Rev. Melvin Hall, 146 Lafayette St., Wilmington, NC 
28405; 686-4455 (Scotts Hill/Ivanhoe) 



Church Growth 



Mr. Eb Hales, P. O. Box 3613, Wilmington, NC 28406; 
791-5252 (Sunset Park) 



Survey 



Rev. Ellis Lanier, 140 Kings Landing Rd., Hampstead, 
NC 28443; 270-4142 (Temple) 



Volunteer ism Council 

Associatlonal Staff Rev. Ed Bullock, 610 S. College Rd., Wilmington, NC 
Person 28403; 799-1160 (Temple) 

Director Mrs. Sarah Taylor, 722 Mohican Trail, Wilmington, NC 

28409; 791-8534 (Southside) 

Mrs. Kim Humphrey, P. O. Box 1599, Burgaw, NC 28425; 
259-5880 (Burgaw) 

Mrs. Loranda Walker, Rt . 1, Box 90-B, Currie, NC 28435; 
283-7339; (Riley's Creek) 

Mrs. Frances Anderson, 1914 Carolina Beach Rd., 
Wilmington, NC 28403; 763-1289 (Greenfield) 

Mr. John Maples, 3409 Bethal Rd., Wilmington, NC 28403; 
799-9266 (Sunset Park) 



Mrs. Ruby Stewart, 106 Buccaneer Rd . , Wilmington, NC 
28409; 392-0942 (Masonboro) 



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Mr. Raybourne Batchelor, 613 Ravenwood Rd., Hampstead, 
NC 28443; 270-4810 ( Bar low-Vista ) 



MultlhouBing Council 

Assoclational Staff 
PerBon 

Director 



Apartments Dir. 

Public Housing 
Director 

Migrant Ministries 
Director 

Condominium Dir. 



Christian Life and 
Public Affairs Council 

AsBociational Staff 
Person 

Director 



Political Education 
Director 

Obscenity £ Porno. 
Director 

Drug Abuse/Depend. 
Director 

Gambling Director 

Christian Family 
Life Director 

Chaplaincy Council 

Assoclational Staff 
Person 

Director 



Correctional Min. 
Director 

Hospital Ministry 
Director 



Mrs. Mary Margaret Brooks, 414 Stonewall Jackson Dr., 
Wilmington, NC 28412; 395-1722 (Winter Park) 

Rev. Thurman Allred, 1504 Village Dr., Wilmington, NC 
28403; 799-0586 (Sunset Park) 

Mrs. Eloise Roseman, 1158 Masonboro Loop Rd. , 
Wilmington, NC 28409; 791-1770 (Sliver Lake) 

Rev. Stacy Wells, 123 Shearin Hills Dr., Castle Hayne, 
28429; 675-0162 (Greenfield) 

Rev. Gus Lara, 3715 New Colony Dr., Wilmington, NC 
28412; 799-7131 (Lake Forest) 

Mrs. Paula Toppings, 29 Elisha Dr., Wilmington, NC 
28405; 395-1819 (Ogden) 



Mrs. Mary Margaret Brooks, 414 Stonewall Jackson Dr., 
Wilmington, NC 28412; 395-1722 (Winter Park) 

Mr. C. L. (Doc) Holllday, 6323 Park Ave., Wilmington, 
NC 28403; 791-0482 (Sea Gate) 

Ms. Linda G. Carroll, 329 Wayne Dr., Wilmington, NC 
28403; 763-6669 (Wilmington, First) 



Mrs. Mary Margaret Brooks, 414 Stonewall Jackson Dr., 
Wilmington, NC 28412; 395-1722 (Winter Park) 

Dr. Mac Wallace, 610 S. College Rd . , Wilmington, NC 
28403; 799-1071 

Mr. Bill Oaks, 326 Covil Ave., Wilmington, NC 28403; 
763-8174 (Sunset Park) 

Chaplain Don Ledbetter, 209 Dorchester Place, 
Wilmington, NC 28403; 452-4148 (Wilmington, First) 



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Industrial Ministry Rev. David Stewart, 106 Buccaneer Rd. , Wilmington, NC 

Director 28409; 392-0942 (Masonboro) 



Black Church Relations Council 



Associational Staff 
Person 



Mrs. Mary Margaret Brooks, 414 Stonewall Jackson Dr., 
Wilmington, NC 28412; 395-1722 (Winter Park) 



Director 



Mr. A. H. Harrell, 215 Northbrook Dr., Wilmington, NC 
28405; 791-8180 (Ogden) 

Mrs. Willie Blanche Evans, 7037 Market St., Wilmington, 
NC 28405; 686-7484 (Saint Paul) 

Rev. Malcolm Lewis, Rt . 2, Box 260-B, Burgaw, NC 28425; 
(Saint Paul) 

Mr Eb Hales, P. O. Box 3613, Wilmington, NC 28406; 
791-5252 (Sunset Park) 

Rev. Randy Speight, 4518 Bramton Rd., Wilmington, NC 
28405; 392-6493 (Freedom) 

Mrs. Sara Norris, 108 Tall Oaks Dr., Castle Hayne, NC 
28429; 675-2802 (Winter Park) 

Rev. Kevin Reavis, 3940 Shipyard Blvd., Wilmington, NC 
28403; 791-1949 (Pine Valley) 



Inter-Faith Council 
Asaociational Staff 
Person 



Mra. Mary Margaret Brooks, 414 Stonewall Jackson Dr. 
28412; 395-1722 (Winter Park) 



Director 



Rev. Hal Bilbo, Rt . 1, Box 1500, Burgaw, NC 28425; 
259-2495 (Mount Holly) 



Dr. Mike Moore, 4715 Carolina Beach Rd., Wilmington, 
NC 28412; 791-7191 (Silver Lake) 



Mr. Bob Bowman, P. O. Box 1336, Carolina Beach, NC 
28428; 458-3250 (Long Leaf) 



PASTOR'S CONFERENCE 



President Dr. Charles Harris, 6551 Carolina Beach Rd. , Wilmington 

NC 28409; 452-1309 (Whispering Pines) 

Vice President Rev. John Fariss, 455 Highway 17 N . , Hampstead, NC 

28443; 270-9038 (Topsail) 

Secretary/Treasurer Rev. Tommy Kelly, P. O. Box 368, Atkinson, NC 28421; 

283-7140 (Atkinson) 



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ASSOCIATION/CHURCHES LIAISON REPRESENTATIVE 

ATKINSON Eugene Floyd, Rt. 1, Box 171, Kelly, NC 28448 

BARLOW-VISTA Pam Padgett, 487 Watts Landing Rd., Hampstead, NC 28443 

BEAR BRANCH Tony Fontana, Rt. 1, Box 276, Currie, NC 28435 

BETHLEHEM Douglas Corbett, P. O. Box 35, Atkinson, NC 28421 

BURGAW Kim Humphrey, Rt. 2, Box 2344, Burgaw, NC 28425 

CALVARY Grady Barnes, 205 Heritage Park Dr., Wilmington, NC 28401 

CANETUCK Anita Moore, Rt. 1, Currie, NC 28435 

CAROLINA BEACH David Ray, 1119 Bowfin Lane, Carolina Beach, NC 28428 

CASTLE HATNE Brenda Horrell, 5916 Blossom Rd., Castle Hayne, NC 28429 

CENTER V I LLE Mr. Jobe Metts, Rt . 1, Box 17, Kelly, NC 28448 

CHARITY Sondra Register, 4008 Alandale Dr., Wilmington, NC 28405 

COLLEGE ACRES Joan Brewer, 121 S. Cardinal Dr., Wilmington, NC 28403 

FOREST HILLS Maxine English, Rt. 2, Box 2862, Burgaw, NC 28425 

FREEDOM Debbie Capps, 7701 Sldbury Rd., Wilmington, NC 28405 

GIBSON AVENUE Larry Baker, 314 Brookdale Dr., Castle Hayne, NC 28429 

GREENFIELD Frances Anderson, 1914 Carolina Beach Rd. , Wilm., NC 28401 

HAMPSTEAD Wayne Batson, 136 Dogwood Lane, Hampstead, NC 28443 

HAW BLUFF Phyllis Compton, Rt . 1, Box 163, Kelly, NC 28448 

IMMANUEL Jeannette Dauphinais, 59 Lee Dr., Wilmington, NC 28401 

IVANHOE LeRoy Sykes, P. O. Box 124, Ivanhoe, NC 28447 

KURE BEACH Claude Shore, 518 Augusta Ave., Carolina Beach, NC 28428 

LAKE FOREST O. J. Atkinson, 1718 N. Kerr Ave., Wilmington, NC 28405 
LAKE FOREST 

HISPANIC Peggy Lara, 3715 New Colony Dr., Wilmington, NC 28409 

LONG CREEK William Futch, Rt . 3, Box 3200, Burgaw, NC 28425 
LONG CREEK 

HISPANIC Gus Lara, 3715 New Colony Dr., Wilmington, NC 28409 

LONG LEAF Jay Adams, 210 David Dr., Wilmington, NC 28403 

MASONBORO JoAnne Malpass, 202 Tanglewood Dr., Wilmington, NC 28409 

MOORE'S CREEK Bernice Moore, Rt . 1, Box 137-E, Currie, NC 28435 

MOUNT HOLLY Mike Taylor, Rt . 1, Box 283-A, Rocky Point, NC 28457 

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HURRAY MEMORIAL 
MYRTLE GROVE 
NEW HOPE 
OAK GROVE 
OGDEN 

OGDEN KOREAN 
OLIVET 
PENDERLEA 
PINE VALLEY 
PINE VIEW 
RILEY'S CREEK 
ROCKY POINT 
SCOTTS HILL 
SEA GATE 
SBILOH 
SILVER LAKE 
SOUTHS IDE 
SUNSET PARK 
SURF CITY 
TEMPLE 
TOPSAIL 
VICTORY 

WALLACE, FIRST 
HATHA 

WHISPERING PINES 
WILLARD 

WILMINGTON, FIRST 
WINTER PARK 
WRIOHTSBORO 
WRIGHTSVILLE BEACH 



Davis Carr, 4346 Gordon Rd. , Wilmington, NC 28401 

Billie Botts, 410 Sharon Dr., Wilmington, NC 28409 

Bill Brew, Rt . 1, Box 78, Leland, NC 28451 

James Bartley, 7990 Market St., Wilmington, NC 28405 

A. H. Harrell, 215 Northbrook Dr., Wilmington, NC 28405 

Sue Davis, 4637 Bramton Rd. , Wilmington, NC 28405 

Edgar Rivenbark, 107 Pilgrim Circle, Wilmington, NC 28401 

Mae Belle Smith, P. O. Box 143, Willard, NC 28478 

Lloyd Bradshaw, 1504 Bexley Dr., Wilmington, NC 28412 

Robert Croom, 6924 Murrayville Rd., Wilmington, NC 28405 

Fred Walker, Rt. 1, Box 90-B, Currie, NC 28435 

John Pierce, Rt. 1, Rocky Point, NC 28457 

Carol Batts, Rt. 1, Box 497-AA, Wilmington, NC 28405 

C. L. Holliday, 6323 Park Ave., Wilmington, NC 28403 

Donald Caison, Rt. 1, Box 2489, Burgaw, NC 28425 

Betty Sasser, 299 Shannon Dr., Wilmington, NC 28403 

Sarah Taylor, 722 Mohican Trail, Wilmington, NC 28409 

A. R. Potter, 248 Jeb Stuart Dr., Wilmington, NC 28403 

Bessie Mae Batts, P. O. Box 2295, Surf City, NC 28445 

Stan Tootoo, 2301 Camellia Dr., Wilmington, NC 28403 

Leamon Mathis, 205 Peanut Rd., Hampstead, NC 28443 

Thelma Rochelle, Rt. 2, Box 138-R, Rocky Point, NC 28457 

Morris Andrews, P. O. Box 117, Willard, NC 28478 

Betty Owens, Rt. 1, Box 29, Watha, NC 28471 

Delma Sellers, 633 Myrtle Grove Rd., Wilmington, NC 28409 

Wallace West, RFD #1, Willard, NC 28478 

Onree Fisher, 2812 Princess Place Dr., Wilm. , NC 28405 

Ray Benton, 909 Kings Grant Rd., Wilmington, NC 28405 

Gwen Todd, 46 Holland Dr., Castle Hayne, NC 28429 

John Truitt, 601 N. Channel Dr., Wrightsville Beach, NC 
28480 



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THE ASSOCIATION 
CHURCHES. PASTORS. STAFF AND LEADERS 



ATKINSON t P. O. Box 148, Atkinson, NC 28421; 283-7140 

PASTORS Rev. Thomas H. Kelly, P. O. Box 148, AtkinBon, NC 28421; 
283-9912 

MUSIC DIRECTOR: Mrs. Hazel Horrell, Rt. 1, Atkinson, NC 28421; 283-5686 
SECRETARY: Mrs. Sophia Floyd, Rt. 1, Box 171, Kelly, NC 28448; 283-5603 
ORGANIST: Mrs. Hazel Horrell; 283-5686 
PIANIST: Mrs. Phyllis Kelly; 283-9912 

S.S. DIRECTOR: Mr. Jerry Flemming, Rt . 1, Atkinson, NC 28421; 283-7659 
WMU DIRECTOR: Mrs. Sophia Floyd, Rt. 1, Box 171, Kelly, NC 28448; 
283-5603 

CHM. DEACONS: Mr. Carlton Henry, Rt . 1, Box 99-A, Ivanhoe, NC 28447 
669-2783 

MEDIA DIRECTOR: Mrs . Jewel Green, P. O. Box 186, Atkinson, NC 28421; 
283-7283 

CHURCH TREASURER: Mrs. Sue R. Barnes, Rt. 1, Atkinson, NC 28421; 
283-7394 

STEWARDSHIP CHM: Mr. Kelly Bloodworth, Rt . 1, Atkinson, NC 28421; 
283-7680 

CHURCH CLERK: Mrs. Sophia Floyd, Rt . 1, Box 171, Kelly, NC 28448; 
283-5603 

BARLOW VISTA: 978 Highway 17 North, Hampstead, NC 28443; 329-3761 

PASTOR: Rev. Doug Danner, 980 Highway 17 North, Hampstead, NC 28443; 
329-1362 

MUSIC DIRECTOR: Mr. Robert Hudson, 470 State Road 1535, Hampstead, NC 
28443; 329-3291 

SECRETARY: Mrs. Stephanie Ottaway, 108 South Belvedere Dr., Hampstead, 

NC 28443; 270-3604 
ORGANIST: Mrs. Myra Roche lie; 329-3681 
PIANIST: Mrs. Rebecca Kelly; 329-2821 

S.S. DIRECTOR: Mrs. Vickie Hudson, 470 State Road 1535, HampBtead, NC 
28443; 329-3291 

D.T. DIRECTOR: Rev. Doug Danner, 980 Highway 17 North, Hampstead, NC 
28443; 329-1362 

WMU DIRECTOR: Mrs. Debbie Danner, 980 Highway 17 North, Hampstead, NC 
28443; 329-1362 

DEACON CHM: Mr. Clifton Howard, 112 State Road 1563, Hampstead, NC 
28443; 329-3681 

MEDIA DIRECTOR: Miss Sharon Rochelle, 442 Highway 210 East, Hampstead, 

NC 28443; 329-3681 
CHURCH TREASURER: MrB. Helen English, 205 Batson Road, Hampstead, NC 

28443; 329-9301 

CHURCH CLERK: Miss Vera Howard, 989 Highway 17 North, Hampstead, NC 
28443; 329-9471 

BEAR BRANCH - P. O. Box 206, Currie, NC 28435 

PASTOR: Rev. Joel Hunt, 6306 Myrtle Grove Rd., Wilmington, NC 28409; 
799-3493 

MUSIC DIRECTOR: Mrs. Cheryl Woodcock, Rt. 1, Box 242-C, Currie, NC 
28435; 283-7386 

SECRETARY: Mr. Ray Woodcock, Rt. 1, Box 242-C, Currie, NC 28435; 
283-7386 

PIANIST: Eusely Horrell; 259-4896 

S.S. DIRECTOR: Mr. Tony Fontana, Rt. 1, Box 276, Currie, NC 28435; 
283-5209 

WMU DIRECTOR: Ms. Jane Clark, Rt. 1, Currie, NC 28435; 283-7862 
CHM. DEACONS : Mr. Raymond Lewis, Rt . 1, Currie, NC 28435; 283-7519 



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CHURCH TREASURER: Mr. Ray Woodcock, Rt. 1, Box 242-C, Currie, NC 28435; 
283-7386 

CHURCH CLERK: Mb. Cheryl Woodcock, Rt. 1, Box 242-C, Currie, NC 28435; 
283-7386 



BETHLEHEM - Highway 210, Currie, NC 28435 

PASTOR: Rev. Charlea R. Flynn, Sr., Rt. 1, Box 153, Delco, NC 28436; 

655-2652 
PIANIST: Ma. Marie Croom 

S.S. DIRECTOR: Mr. Eugene Pridgen, Canetuck Loop Rd., Atkinson, NC 
28421; 283-7564 

CHM. DEACONS: Mr. Bayard Corbett, 224 Oakcreat Dr., Wilmington, NC 
28403; 799-1290 

CHURCH TREASURER: Mr. Douglaa Corbett, P. O. Box 35, Atkinson, NC 28421; 
CHURCH CLERK: Mra. Amanda Flynn, Rt. 1, Box 153, Delco, NC 28436; 
655-2652 



BURQAW - P. O. Box 385, Burgaw, NC 28425; 259-4310 

PASTOR: Dr. Francis Chesaon, P. O. Box 385, Burgaw, NC 28425; 259-2092 
MUSIC MINISTER: Mra. Jennings Trawick, P. O. Box 956, Burgaw, NC 28425; 
259-2904 

YOUTH MINISTER: Miss Jennifer Mathews, 94 Browning Dr., Rocky Point, NC 
28457; 675-1342 

SECRETARY : Mrs. Donna Corbett, Rt. 1, Box 1684, Burgaw, NC 28425; 
259-5379 

ORGANIST: Mra. Jennings Trawick; 259-2904 

S.S. DIRECTOR: Mr. Charlea White, P. O. Box 416, Burgaw, NC 28425; 
259-2085 

R.A. DIRECTOR: Mr. Milton Green, Rt. 1, Box 182, Kelly, NC 28448; 
259-2588 

WMU DIRECTOR: Mrs. Linda Owens, P. O. Box 393, Burgaw, NC 28425; 
259-2293 

CHM. DEACONS: Mr. F. D. Rivenbark, P. O. Box 151, Burgaw, NC 28425; 
259-2717 

MEDIA DIRECTOR: MIbb Susan Howard, P. O. Box 972, Burgaw, NC 28425; 
259-4788 

CHURCH TREASURER: Miaa Mary T. Ramaey, P. O. Box 294, Burgaw, NC 28425; 
259-4648 

STEWARDSHIP CHM: Mr. Jim Robinson, P. O. Box 631, Burgaw, NC 28425; 
259-2165 

CHURCH CLERK: Mra. Ehtel L. Wella, Rt. 2, Box 2777, Burgaw, NC 28425; 
259-4075 



CALVARY - 423 N. 23rd St., Wilmington, NC 28405; 762-5608 
PASTOR: 

MUSIC MINISTER: Rev. C. L. King, 233 Jeb Stuart Dr., Wilmington, NC 
28412; 799-6151 

ASSOCIATE PASTOR: Rev. Vance Midgett, 6612 Sunwood Circle, Wilmington, 

NC 28405; 392-3168 
EDUCATION MINISTER: Mrs. Katherine Godwin, 2426 Belvedere Dr., 

Wilmington, NC 28405; 762-5128 
YOUTH MINISTER: Rev. Vance Midgett, 6612 Sunwood Circle, Wilmington, NC 

28405; 392-3168 

RECREATION MINISTER: Mr. Micky Ramer, 112 Whitman Ave., Castle Hayne, NC 
28429; 763-1928 

SECRETARY: Mrs. Sarah Surlea, 714 Woodlawn Rd. , Wilmington, NC 28401; 
762-0666 

ORGANIST: Mr. Bob Hood; 799-4478 
PIANIST: Mrs. Donna Long; 253-6973 

S.S. DIRECTOR: Mr. Robert Pace, 438 Semmee Dr., Wilmington, NC 28412; 
791-8509 

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D.T. DIRECTOR! Mrs. Zilphia Stroud, 710 Porters Neck Rd., Wilmington, 

NC 28405; 686-0576 
BROTHERHOOD DIR: Mr. David Rochelle, 318 Green Meadows Dr., Wilmington, 

NC 28405; 452-2059 
WMU DIRECTOR; Mrs. Karen Glenn, 416 Bayshore Dr., Wilmington, NC 28405; 

686-4811 

CHM. DEACONS: Mr. Charles Stroud, 710 Porters Neck Rd. , Wilmington, NC 
28405; 686-0576 

MEDIA DIRECTOR; Mrs. Florence Moore, 3914 Evergreen Dr., Wilmington, NC 
28403; 799-2044 

CHURCH TREASURER: Mr. Frank Cavenaugh, #7 Oakley Rd., Castle Hayne, NC 
28429; 763-3770 

STEWARDSHIP CHM: Mr. Wallace Gray, 917 Midland Ave., Wilmington, NC 
28403; 791-9201 

EVANGELISM DIRECTOR: Mrs. Katherine Godwin, 2426 Belvedere Dr., 

Wilmington, NC 28405; 762-5128 
CHURCH CLERK: Mrs. Florence Moore, 3914 Evergreen Dr., Wilmington, NC 

28403; 799-2044 

CANETUCK - Rt. 1, Box 90, Currie, NC 28435; 283-9268 

PASTOR: Rev. Sidney Ball, Rt. 1, Box 488, Willard, NC 28478; 285-4572 
PIANIST: Goldie Marshall; 283-5589 

S.S. DIRECTOR: Mr. Kenneth Moore, Rt. 1, Box 61-A, Currie, NC 28435; 
283-7288 

WMU DIRECTOR: Ms. Glenda Dennis, Rt. 1, Currie, NC 28435; 
CHM. DEACONS: Mr. Jerrell Squires, Rt. 1, Box 85, Currie, NC 28435; 
283-4281 

CHURCH TREASURER: Mr. Milvin Marshall, Rt. 1, Box 90, Currie, NC 28435; 
283-9268 

CHURCH CLERK: Mr. Milvin Marshall, Rt. 1, Box 90, Currie, NC 28435; 
283-9268 



CAROLINA BEACH. FIRST - 409 N. Lake Park Blvd., Carolina Beach, NC 28428; 
458-5134 

PASTOR: Rev. T. Steven Bolton, 800 Cape Fear Blvd., Carolina Beach, NC 
28428; 458-8119 

MUSIC MINISTER: Rev. Clyde Case, Jr., 226 Brookview Rd., Wilmington, NC 
28409; 392-0955 

SECRETARY: Mrs. Kathleen M. Oliver, 414 Monroe Ave., Carolina Beach, NC 

28428; 458-5286 
ORGANIST: Mrs. Virginia Moore; 458-4367 
PIANIST: Mrs. Frances Ray; 458-8184 

S.S. DIRECTOR: Rev. R. E. Hatcher, P. O. Box 1656, Carolina Beach, NC 
28428; 458-9407 

D.T. DIRECTOR: Rev. Steve Bolton, 800 Cape Fear Blvd., Carolina Beach, 

NC 28428; 458-8119 
WMU DIRECTOR: Mrs. Jane Hatcher, P. O. Box 1656, Carolina Beach, NC 

28428; 458-9407 

CHM. DEACONS: Rev. R. E. Hatcher, P. O. Box 1656, Carolina Beach, NC 
28428; 458-9407 

MEDIA DIRECTOR: Mrs. Lillian Jernigan, 208 Georgia Ave., Carolina Beach, 

NC 28428; 458-5682 
CHURCH TREASURER: Mrs. Kathleen M. Oliver, 414 Monroe Ave., Carolina 

Beach, NC 28428; 458-5286 
STEWARDSHIP CHM: Mrs. Donna Mitchell, 806 Magnolia Ave., Carolina Beach, 

NC 28428; 458-5419 
CHURCH CLERK: Ms. Connie Lowe, 409 Wilson Ave., Carolina Beach, NC 

28428; 458-3527 



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CASTLE HAYNE - P. O. Box 25, Castle Hayne, NC 28429; 675-0586 

PASTOR: Rev. Billy Fowler, Rt. 4, Box 159, Leland, NC 28451; 371-9951 
MUSIC DIRECTOR i Mrs. Brenda Horrell, 5916 Blossom St., Castle Hayne, NC 
28429; 675-0985 

ASSOCIATE PASTOR: Rev. Greg Newton, 15 Ballard Dr., Castle Hayne, NC 
28429; 675-1701 

YOUTH MINISTER: Rev/ Greg Newton, 15 Ballard Dr., Castle Hayne, NC 
28429; 675-1701 

SECRETARY : Mrs. Brenda Horrell, 5916 Blossom St., Castle Hayne, NC 

28429; 675-0985 
ORGANIST: Mr. Branson Spier 
PIANIST: Mrs. Gertrude Armstrong; 675-0555 

S.S. DIRECTOR : Mr. Beauford Haynie, Sycamore Farmes, Lot #35, Burgaw, 

NC 28425; 259-7349 
D.T. DIRECTOR: Mr. Douglas Smith, 303 W. Blue Clay Rd., Castle Hayne, 

NC; 675-0447 

BROTHERHOOD DIR: Mr. Adley Bass, Rt . 1, Box 2364, Currie, NC 28435; 
763-5992 

WMU DIRECTOR: Ms. Rachel Powell, Rt . 2, Box 180-D, Rocky Point, NC 
28457; 675-9722 

CHM. DEACONS: Mr. Howard Woodard, 49 Kimberly Estates, Rocky Point, NC 
28457; 675-2684 

MEDIA DIRECTOR: Mrs. Linda Millis, 1821 N. Kerr Ave., Wilmington, NC 
28405; 392-3617 

CHURCH TREASURER: Mr. Lowell Garrett, Rt . 2, Box 340, Castle Hayne, NC 
28429; 675-9376 

CHURCH CLERK: Mrs. Brenda Horrell, 5916 Blossom St., Castle Hayne, NC 
28429; 675-0985 

CENTER V I LLB - P. O. Box 27, Kelly, NC 28448; 669-2293 

PASTOR: Rev. Jack Miller, P. O. Box 27, Kelly, NC 28448; 669-2367 
MUSIC DIRECTOR: Mr. Kenneth Thornton, Rt. 1, Box 21, Kelly, NC 28448,- 
669-2854 

RECREATION DIRECTOR: Mrs. Shirley Miller, P. O. Box 27, Kelly, NC 28448; 
669-2367 

SECRETARY : Mrs. Shirley Miller, P. O. Box 27, Kelly, NC 28448; 669-2367 
ORGANIST: Mrs. Darlie Norrls; 669-2523 
PIANIST: Mr. Harry Corbett; 669-2573 

S.S. DIRECTOR: Mr. Kenneth Thornton, Rt . 1, Box 21, Kelly, NC 28448; 
669-2854 

BROTHERHOOD DIR: Mr. Earl Burney, Rt . 1, Kelly, NC 28448; 669-2572 
WMU DIRECTOR: Mrs. Ethel Squires, Rt. 1, Kelly, NC 28448; 669-2266 
CHM. DEACONS: Mr. Archie Ray Corbett, Rt. 1, Box 99, Kelly, NC 28448; 
669-2951 

MEDIA DIRECTOR: Mrs. Maude S. Smith, Rt. 1, Box 113A, Kelly, NC 28448; 
669-2768 

CHURCH TREASURER: Mr. Jobe Metts, Rt . 1, Box 17, Kelly, NC 28448; 
669-2222 

STEWARDSHIP CHM: Mr. Jobe Metts, Rt . 1, Box 17, Kelly, NC 28448; 
669-2222 

CHURCH CLERK: Mrs. Maude S. Smith, Rt . 1, Box 113A, Kelly, NC 28448; 
669-2768 

CHARITY - 357 Mercer Ave., Wilmington, NC 28403; 762-4501 

PASTOR: Rev. Tommy Register, 4008 Alandale Dr., Wilmington, NC 28405; 
799-3610 



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COLLEOB ACRES - 702 Eastwood Pd., Wilmington, NC 28403; 799-3773 

PASTOR: Rev. Jeff Nichols, 443 N. Crestwood Dr., Wilmington, NC 28405; 
799-7495 

MUSIC MINISTER: Rev. Bill Batten, 5736 Verbenia Dr., Wilmington, NC 
28409; 392-4972 

YOUTH MINISTER: Rev. Bill Batten, 5736 Verbenia Dr., Wilmington, NC 
28409; 392-4972 

SECRETARY: Mrs. Delores Milliken, 305 Spartan Rd., Wilmington, NC 28405; 
799-3295 

PIANIST: Mrs. Jean Kraus; 791-5676 

S.S. DIRECTOR: Mr. Kenneth Nelson, 230 Tanbridge Rd. , Wilmington, NC 
28405; 799-1863 

D.T. DIRECTOR: Rev. Bill Batten, 5736 Verbenia Dr., Wilmington, NC 
28409; 392-4972 

R.A. DIRECTOR: Mr. Arden Horrell, 4805 Maple Ave., Wilmington, NC 23IB; 
452-0520 

WMU DIRECTOR: Mrs. Barbara Walker, 4455 Noland Dr., Wilmington, N C 
28405; 791-1378 

CHM. DEACONS: Mr. Delma Milliken, 305 Spartan Road, Wilmington, NC 
28405; 799-3295 

MEDIA DIRECTOR: Mr. Charles Benson, 4815 Oriole Dr., Wilmington, NC 
28403; 791-4910 

CHURCH TREASURER: Mr. William Brewer, 121 S. Cardinal Dr., Wilmington, 

NC 28403; 799-7818 
STEWARDSHIP CHM: Mr. Ray Richardson, 5518 Captains Lane, Wilmington, NC 

28409; 791-4182 

CHURCH CLERK: Mrs. Linda S. Keen, 209 Bretonshire Rd., Wilmington, NC 
28405; 395-4052 

FOREST HILL8 - Rt . 2, Box 2108, Burgaw, NC 28425; 259-2286 
PASTOR: 

SECRETARY: Mrs. Nora Wray Jones, Rt. 2, Box 2066, Burgaw, NC 28425; 
259-2823 

ORGANIST: Mrs. Nora Wray Jones; 259-2823 

S.S. DIRECTOR: Mr. Eddie Ross, Rt. 3, Box 3800, Burgaw, NC 28425; 
259-4965 

BROTHERHOOD DIR: Mr. Nathan Teachey, Rt. 2, Burgaw NC 28425; 259-2627 
WMU DIRECTOR: Mrs. Sue Newton, Rt. 2, Box 2104, Burgaw, NC 28425; 
259-4340 

CHM. DEACONS: Mr. Willie Pierce, Rt. 2, Box 2200, Burgaw, NC 28425; 
259-9188 

CHURCH TREASURER: Mrs. Nora Wray Jones, Rt. 2, Box 2066, Burgaw, NC 
28425; 259-2823 

CHURCH CLERK: Ma. Kitty Croom, Rt . 1, Box 137, Watha, NC 28471; 
259-4574 

FREEDOM - 802 N. College Rd. , Wilmington, NC 28405; 799-4898 

PASTOR: Rev. James M. Napier, 112 Elder Dr., Wilmington, NC 28401; 
452-3495 

MUSIC MINISTER: Rev. Randy Speight, 6209 Strawfield Dr., Wilmington, NC 
28405; 392-9295 

ASSOCIATE PASTOR: Mr. Kevin Rodgers, 305 Dogwood Lane, Wilmington, NC 
28409; 791-3876 

EDUCATION MINISTER: Rev. Randy Speight, 6209 Strawfield Dr., Wilmington, 

NC 28405; 392-9295 
YOUTH DIRECTOR: Mr. Dodd Mays, 2064 N. Kerr Ave., Wilmington, NC 28405; 

452-9264 

YOUTH DIRECTOR (JR. HIGH): Mr. Bud Jenness, 4101 Lynbrook Dr., 

Wilmington, NC 28405; 799-2803 
SECRETARY: Ms. Judy Tilden, P. O. Box 7232, Wilmington, NC 28403; 

791-9572 

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ORGANIST: Mrs. Martha Brown; 799-8787 
PIANIST* Mrs. Rita Raynor; 791-4789 

S.S. DIRECTOR! Mr. Ron EdwardB, 105 Spring Valley Rd. ( Wilmington, NC 
28405; 799-6437 

D.T. DIRECTOR: Rev. Randy Speight, 6209 Strawfield Dr., Wilmington, NC 
28405; 392-9295 

BROTHERHOOD DIR: Mr. Michael Morley, 9506 Westgate Rd., Wilmington, NC 
28405; 799-4887 

WMU DIRECTOR: Mrs. Debbie Capps, 7701 Sidbury Rd., Wilmington, NC 28405; 
686-7623 

DEACON CHM: Mr. Brant Morton, 62 Christy Circle, Wilmington, NC 28405; 
686-9030 

MEDIA DIRECTOR: Ms. Cookie Mincy, 5322 Fielding Dr., Wilmington, NC 
28405; 799-5639 

CHURCH TREASURER: Mrs. Frances Johnson, 3802 S. College Rd. , Wilmington, 

NC 28412; 791-2831 
STEWARDSHIP DIR: Ms. Sherry Sutton, 145 Brookgreen Rd., Castle Hayne, 

NC 28429: 675-3857 
CHURCH CLERK: Mrs. Ann Willard, 4638 Trafalgar Rd. , Wilmington, NC 

28405; 791-2147 

GIBSON AVENUE - 2112 Gibson Ave., Wilmington, NC 28403; 763-2658 

PASTOR: Rev. Vernon Fash (INTERIM) 606 Windemere Rd., Wilmington, NC 

28405; 392-1081 
PIANIST: Ms. Lacretia Maultsby 

S.S. DIRECTOR: Mr. Lawrence Woodcock, 503 Glasgow Dr., Wilmington, NC 
28403; 763-3846 

D.T. DIRECTOR: Mr. Lawrence Woodcock, 503 Glasgow Dr., Wilmington, NC 
28403; 763-3846 

BROTHERHOOD DIR: Mr. Cecil Harrison, 4625 Middlesex Rd., Wilmington, NC 
28405; 791-7277 

WMU DIRECTOR: Ms. Debbie Stephens, 1410 Castle St., Wilmington, NC 
28401; 343-1176 

CHM. DEACONS: Mr. Lawrence Woodcock, 503 Glasgow Dr., Wilmington, NC 
28403; 763-3846 

CHURCH TREASURER: Mrs. June Brown Taylor, 2222 Gibson Ave., Wilmington, 

NC 28403; 763-1550 
CHURCH CLERK: Mrs. June Brown Taylor, 2222 Gibson Ave., Wilmington, NC 

28403; 763-1550 

GREENFIELD - p. o. Box 4174, Wilmington, NC 28406; 763-1830 

PASTOR: Rev. Stacy Wells, 123 Shearin Hills Dr., Castle Hayne, NC 28429; 
675-0162 

MUSIC DIRECTOR: Mrs. Myrtle Towles, Rt . 5, Box 274, Wilmington, NC 
28403; 791-5314 

ASSOCIATE PASTOR: Rev. Jeff Brooks, 213 S. 6th St., Wilmington, NC 
28401; 762-8767 

SECRETARY: Mrs. Debra Godwin, 3516 Lynn Ave., Castke Hayne, NC 28429; 
675-3644 

PIANIST: Mrs. Susie Wells; 675-0162 

S.S. DIRECTOR: Mr. Bill Anderson, 1914 Carolina Beach Rd., Wilmington, 

NC 28401; 763-4613 
WMU DIRECTOR: Mrs. Frances Anderson, 1914 Carolina Beach Rd., 

Wilmington, 28401; 763-4613 
CHM. DEACONS: Mr. Bill Anderson, 1914 Carolina Beach Rd., Wilmington, 

NC 28401; 763-4613 
CHURCH TREASURER: Mrs. Brenda Schley, 3304 Hampshire Dr., Wilmington, 

NC 28409; 392-5792 
CHURCH CLERK: Mrs. Debra Godwin, 3516 Lynn Ave., Castle Hayne, NC 28429; 

675-3644 

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HAMP STEAD - P. O. Box 538, Factory Rd., Hampstead, NC 28443; 270-3307 

PASTOR: Rev. A. L. McGee, Rt. 2, Box 950, Castle Hayne, NC 28429; 
675-0183 

MUSIC DIRECTOR: Mra. Brenda Trott, 185 Washington Acres Rd., Hampstead, 

NC 28443; 270-3422 
SECRETARY: Mrs . Llbby Millls, 226 Peanut Rd., Hampstead, NC 28443; 

270-4668 

ORGANIST: Mrs. Brenda Trott; 270-3422 
PIANIST: Ma. Joan Davis; 270-3227 

S.S. DIRECTOR: Ms. Joyce Costin, 305 Hwy. 210 W. , Hampstead, NC 28443; 
270-3801 

D.T. DIRECTOR: Mr. Carl Wilbanks, 288 Champion Dr., Hampstead, NC 28443; 
270-9661 

BROTHERHOOD DIR: Mr. Dale Porter, 230 Peanut Rd., Hampstead, NC 28443; 
270-3920 

WHO DIRECTOR: Mrs. Elaine Edgell, 870 Wildwood Circle, Hampstead, NC 
28443; 270-9676 

CHM. DEACONS: Mr. Mark Justice, 352 Sloop Point Rd. , Hampstead, NC 
28443; 270-4337 

MEDIA DIRECTOR: Ms. Olene Midgett, 153 Factory Rd. , Hampstead, NC 28443; 
270-4789 

CHURCH TREASURER: Mrs. Libby Millis, 226 Peanut Rd. , Hampstead, NC 
28443; 270-4668 

STEWARDSHIP CHM: Mr. Wayne Batson, 136 Dogwood Lane, Hampstead, NC 
28443; 270-3457 

CHURCH CLERK: Ms. Mary Spiller, P. O. Box 216, Hampstead, NC 28443; 
270-2616 

HAW BLUPr - Rt. 1, Box 163, Kelly, NC 28448; 669-2965 

PASTOR: Rev. Robert Compton, Rt. 1, Box 163, Kelly, NC 28448; 669-2965 
MUSIC DIRECTOR: Mr. Gregg English, Rt. 1, Box 146A, Ivanhoe, NC 28447; 
669-2465 

YOUTH DIRECTOR: Mrs. Sheila Miller, Rt. 1, Box 127, Kelly, NC 28421; 
669-2042 

SECRETARY: Mrs. Victor Colvin, Rt.l, Kelly, NC 28448; 283-5312 
ORGANIST: Ms. Clara Parker; 669-2527 
PIANIST: Ms. Cindy Barnhill; 669-2926 

WMU DIRECTOR: Ms. Cindy Barnhill, Rt . 1, Ivanhoe, NC 28447; 669-2926 
CHM. DEACONS: Mr. Nash Hester, Rt. 1, Box 62, Elizabethtown, NC 28337; 
862-2279 

MEDIA DIRECTOR: Mrs. Bessie Horrell, Rt. 1, Ivanhoe, NC 28447; 
669-2211 

CHURCH TREASURER: Ms. Diane Norris, Rt. 1, Box 152A, Kelly, NC 28448; 
669-2467 

CHURCH CLERK: Ms. Martha Squires, Rt. 1, Ivanhoe, NC 28447; 669-2555 

IHMANUEL - 59 Lea Dr., Wilmington, NC 28401; 762-0523 

PASTOR: Rev. A. Roland Dauphinais, 59 Lee Dr., Wilmington, NC 28401; 
762-7457 

SECRETARY: Mrs. Jeannette Dauphinais, 59 Lee Dr., Wilmington, NC 28401; 

762-7457 
PIANIST: Ms. Beverly Newton 

S.S. DIRECTOR: Mr. Claude Rich, 430 Kingston Rd., Wilmington, NC 28403; 
791-8139 

CHM. DEACONS: Mr. Claude Rich, 430 Kingston Rd. , Wilmington, NC 28403; 
791-8139 

CHURCH TREASURER: Mrs. Jeannette Dauphinais, 59 Lee Dr., Wilmington, NC 
28401; 762-7457 

CHURCH CLERK: Mrs. Jeannette Dauphinais, 59 Lee Dr., Wilmington, NC 
28401; 762-7457 



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IVANHOE - Rt. 1, Box 248, Ivanhoe, NC 28447; 532-4541 

PASTOR: Rev. Melvin Hall, 146 Lafayette St., Wilmington, NC 28405; 
686-4455 

MUSIC DIRECTOR: Mr. Leroy Sykes, Rt . 1, Box 125, Ivanhoe, NC 28447; 
532-4957 

SECRETARY: M8. Edna Lyerly, Rt . 1, Box 248, Ivanhoe, NC 28447; 

532-4541 
PIANIST : Ms. Deedra J. Benson 

S.S. DIRECTOR: Mr. Larry Horrell, Rt . 1, Box 94, Ivanhoe, NC 28447; 
669-2753 

CHM. DEACONS: Mr. LeRoy Sykes, P. O. Box 124, Ivanhoe, NC 28447; 
532-49457 

CHURCH TREASURER: Ma. Edna Lyerly, Rt . 1, Box 248, Ivanhoe, NC 28447; 
532-4541 

CHURCH CLERK: Ms. Edna Lyerly, Rt . 1, Box 248, Ivanhoe, NC 28447; 

KURE BEACH. FIRST - P. O. Box 99, Kure Beach, NC 28449; 458-5074 

PASTOR: Dr. Joseph Peterson, P.O. Box 232, Kure Beach, NC 28449; 
458-5561 

MUSIC DIRECTOR: Mrs. Vee Shore, 518 Augusta Ave., Carolina Beach, NC 
28428; 458-8144 

YOUTH DIRECTOR: Mrs. Janice Morgan, 202 Rockledge Road, Wilmington, NC 
28412; 395-5567 

RECREATION DIR: Mrs. Susan Ramsey, 230 Richelieu Rd., Wilmington, NC 
28403; 799-7265 

SECRETARY: Mrs. Gennene Klutz, P. O. Box 383, Carolina Beach, NC 28428; 
458-5260 

PIANIST: Mias Linda Flowers; 458-8107 

S.S. DIRECTOR: Mr. J. Tommy Causby, P. O. Box 226, Kure Beach, NC 28*8; 
458-5689 

WMU DIRECTOR: Mrs. Janice Morgan, 202 Rockledge Rd. , Wilmington, NC 
28412; 395-5567 

CHM. DEACONS: Mr. Tommy Causby, P. O. Box 226, Kure Beach, NC 28449; 
458-5689 

CHURCH TREASURER: Mrs. Gennene Klutz, P. O. Box 383, Carolina Beach, NC 
28428; 458-5260 

STEWARDSHIP CHM: Mr. Columbus Ball, P. O. Box 183, Kure Beach, NC 28449; 
458-8725 

CHURCH CLERK: Mrs. Nancy Helms, P. O. Box 194, Kure Beach, NC 28449; 
458-9894 

LAKE FOREST : 1626 Lake Branch Dr., Wilmington, NC 28401; 763-4078 

PASTOR: Dr. Ralph E. Holt, Jr., 1502 Parmele Dr., Wilmington, NC 28401; 
762-2391 

MUSIC DIRECTOR: Mr. Clinton R. Betz, 122 Lake Forest Pkwy. , Wilmington, 

NC 28401; 343-0248 
MISSION PASTOR: Rev. Agustlne Lara, 3715 New Colony Dr., Wilmington, NC 

28409; 799-7131 

YOUTH DIRECTOR: Mr. Clinton R. Betz, 122 Lake Forest Pkwy., Wilmington, 

NC 28401; 343-0248 
SECRETARY: Mrs. Nancy M. Brown, 2117 E. Lake Shore Dr., Wilmington, NC 

28401; 763-9580 
ORGANIST: Mrs. Linda Stanley; 392-0673 
PIANIST: Miss Pat Wyckoff; 799-0381 

S.S. DIRECTOR: Mr. O. J. Atkinson, 1718 N. Kerr Ave., Wilmington, NC 
28405; 799-6426 

D.T. DIRECTOR: Mrs. Libby Jacobs, 2723 Worth Dr., Wilmington, NC 28412; 
799-7055 

BROTHERHOOD DIR: Dr. Ralph E. Holt, Jr., 1502 Parmele Dr., Wilmington, 
NC 28401; 762-4078 



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WMU DIRECTOR: Mrs. Dorothy Powell, 3728 New Colony Dr., Wilmington, NC 
28412; 791-1836 

CHM. DEACONS: Mr. Harold Jacobs, 2723 Worth Dr., Wilmington, NC 28405; 
799-7055 

MEDIA DIRECTOR: MIbs Pat Wyckoff, 701 Jennings Dr., Wilmington, NC 28403; 
799-0381 

CHURCH TREASURER: Mrs. Elizabeth Hales, 13 Pinecrest Pkwy., Wilmington, 

NC 28401; 762-7973 
STEWARDSHIP CHM: Mr. Gary Blake, 406 N. Kerr Ave., Wilmington, NC 28405; 

791-8064 

CHURCH CLERK: Mrs. Libby Jacobs, 2723 Worth Dr., Wilmington, NC 28412; 
799-7055 

LAKE FOREST HISPANIC MISSION : 1626 Lake Branch Dr., Wilmington, NC 28401; 
763-4078 

PASTOR: Rev. Augustine Lara, 3715 New Colony Dr., Wilmington, NC 28412; 
799-7131 

MUSIC DIRECTOR: Mrs. Peggy Lara, 3715 New Colony Dr., Wilmington, NC 

28412; 799-7131 
PIANIST: Mrs. Peggy Lara; 799-7131 

S.S. DIRECTOR: Mr. Hector Melendez, 4814 Clemson Dr., Wilmington, NC 
28403; 392-1725 

WMU DIRECTOR: Mrs. Peggy Lara, 3715 New Colony Dr., Wilmington, NC 
28412; 799-7131 

LONG CREEK l Rt. 1, Box 182, Currie, NC 28435; 283-7878 

PASTOR: Rev. David M. West, Rt. 2, Box 2571, Burgaw, NC 28425; 
283-7784 

MUSIC DIRECTOR: Mrs. Angela West, Rt . 2, Box 2571, Burgaw, NC 28425; 
283-7784 

ORGANIST: Ms. Ruth Dawson; 283-5827 
PIANIST: Ms. Ruth Dawson; 283-5827 

S.S. DIRECTOR: Mr. Al Paguette, Rt. 1, Box 349-F, Rocky Point, NC 28457; 
259-5121 

BROTHERHOOD DIR: Mr. Joe Davis, Rt. 1, Box 241-G, Currie, NC 28435; 
283-7133 

CHM. DEACONS: Mr. Bill Futch, Rt. 3, Box 3200, Burgaw, NC 28425; 
259-5399 

CHURCH TREASURER: Ms. Laura Blackburn, Rt. 1, Box 356, Rocky Point, NC 
28457; 259-2352 

CHURCH CLERK: Mrs. Rosa Paguette, Rt. 1, Box 349-F, Rocky Point, NC 
28457; 259-5121 

LONG CREEK HISPANIC MISSION : Rt . 2, Box 182, Currie, NC 28435; 283-7878 

PASTOR: Rev. Augustine Lara, 3715 New Colony Dr., Wilmington, NC 28412; 
799-7131 

MUSIC DIRECTOR: Mrs. Peggy Lara, 3715 New Colony Dr., Wilmington, NC 

28412; 799-7131 
PIANIST: Mrs. Peggy Lara 

LONG LEAF : 317 Shipyard Blvd., Wilmington, NC 28412; 763-2479 

PASTOR: Rev. Eugene Ridley, 421 S. 3rd St., Kure Beach, NC 28449; 
458-3980 

MUSIC DIRECTOR: Rev. Rick Gilley, 2070 W. Lake Shore Dr., Wilmington, 

NC 28401; 251-0424 
EDUCATION MINISTER: Rev. Hugh Folds, 2611 Willow St., Wilmington, NC 

28405; 762-2354 

YOUTH MINISTER: Rev. Rick Wilburn, 708 Greenfield St., Wilmington, NC 

28401; 762-0761 
SECRETARY: Mrs. Gloria Ridley, 763-2479 
ORGANIST: Ms. Connie Casteen, 791-8417 

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PIANIST: Ma. Lisa Robinson; 452-1267 

S.S. DIRECTOR : Mr. Jerry Wlllets, 117 Rutledge Dr., Wilmington, NC 
28403; 791-8621 

D.T. DIRECTOR: Rev. Hugh Folds, 2611 Willow St., Wilmington, NC 28405; 
762-2354 

BROTHERHOOD DIR: Mr. Robert Flynn, Rt . 1, Box 237, Currie, NC 28435; 
283-5546 

WMU DIRECTOR: Ms. Dorenda Long, 304 Embassy Circle, Wilmington, NC 
28403; 799-5021 

CHM. DEACONS: Mr. James Stanley, 109 Fitzgerald Dr., Wilmington, NC 
28405; 395-4380 

CHURCH TREASURER: Rev. Rick Gilley, 2070 W. Lake Shore Dr., Wilmington, 

NC 28401; 251-0424 
CHURCH CLERK: Ms. Ellen Coates, 213 Oakhurst Rd. , Wilmington, NC 28409; 

395-5906 



KASONBORO i 1501 Beasley Rd., Wilmington, NC 28409; 395-0343 

PASTOR: Rev. Gordon A. Wright, 5543 Whisper Creek Lane, Wilmington, NC 
28409; 395-4506 

MUSIC DIRECTOR: Mrs. Lynn Lewie, 106 Ray Dr., Wilmington, NC 28405; 
392-2362 

ASSOCIATE PASTOR: Rev. Ronald D. Glover, 3804 Doe Clearing Court, 

Wilmington, NC 28409; 395-5824 
EDUCATION MINISTER: Rev. Ronald D. Glover, 3804 Doe Clearing Court, 

Wilmington, NC 28409; 395-5824 
YOUTH MINISTER: Rev. Ronald D. Glover, 3804 Doe Clearing Court, 

Wilmington, NC 28409; 395-5824 
RECREATION MINISTER: Rev. Ronald D. Glover, 3804 Doe Clearing Court, 

Wilmington, NC 28409; 395-5824 
SECRETARY: Mrs. Carolyn Sneeden, 310 Buckner Dr., Wilmington, NC 28412; 

395-0343 

ORGANIST: Mrs. Elizabeth Smith; 762-2152 
PIANIST: Mrs. Carolyn Davie; 791-4677 

S.S. DIRECTOR: Mrs. Dorothy George, 246 Brightwood Rd., Wilmington, NC 
28409; 791-1453 

D.T. DIRECTOR j Rev. Ronald D. Glover, 3804 Doe Clearing Court, 

Wilmington, NC 28409; 395-5824 
BROTHERHOOD DIR: Mr. J. P. McGinnis, 4811 Carolina Beach Rd., 

Wilmington, NC 28409; 791-9123 
WMU DIRECTOR: Mrs. Lib Mott, 333 Holiday Hills Dr., Wilmington, NC 

28409; 791-6323 

CHM. DEACONS: Mrs. Doris McQuery, 101 N. Channel Haven Dr., Wilmington, 

NC 28409; 799-1005 
MEDIA DIRECTOR: Mrs. Linda Hollis, 127 Hollis Lane, Wilmington, NC 

28409; 791-0631 

CHURCH TREASURER: Dr. Robert Hollis, 127 Hollis Lane, Wilmington, NC 
28409; 791-0631 

STEWARDSHIP CHM: Mrs . Joyce Leiner, 302 Buccaneer Rd., Wilmington, NC 
28409; 791-7483 

CHURCH CLERK: Mr. Lawrence W. Beegle, 205 Quail Ridge Rd., Wilmington, 
NC 28409; 799-7337 

MOORE'S CREEK I Rt . 1, Box 138-A, Currie, NC 28435; 283-7263 

PASTOR: Rev. Philip Eakins, Rt. 2, Box 268, Watha, NC 28471; 283-7657 
MUSIC DIRECTOR: Mrs. M. L. Bell, Rt. 1, Box 129, Currie, NC 28435; 
283-5356 

SECRETARY: Mrs. Peggy McCormick, Rt . 1, Box 138-A; Currie, NC 28457; 
283-7263 

ORGANIST: Mrs. M. L. Bell; 283-5356 

S.S. DIRECTOR: Mr. Oliver Moore, Rt . 1, Box 137-E, Currie, NC 28435; 
283-7744 

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WMU DIRECTOR t Mrs. Bernico Moore, Rt . 1, Box 137-E, Currie, NC 28435; 
283-7744 

CHM. DEACONS : Mr. Robert Caison, Rt . 1, Box 139, Currie, NC 28435; 
283-5685 

MEDIA DIRECTOR: Mr. Calvin Hall, Jr., Rt. 1, Box 271-BB, Hatha, NC 
28471; 283-5711 

CHURCH TREASURER: Mra. Cynthia Newton, Rt . 1, Box 155-A, Currie, NC 
28435; 283-7728 

CHURCH CLERKs Mrs. Peggy McCormick, Rt . 1, Box 138-A, Currie, NC 28435; 
283-7263 

MOUNT HOLLY I Rt. 1, Box 1500, Burgaw, NC 28425; 259-2840 

PASTOR > Dr. Hal Bilbo, Rt. 1, Box 1500, Burgaw, NC 28425; 259-2495 
MUSIC DIRECTOR: Mrs . Karen Bilbo, Rt. 1, Box 1500, Burgaw, NC 28425; 
259-2495 

SECRETARY: Ma. Ellen Lanier, Rt. 1, Box 64, Watha, NC 28471; 285-3795 
ORGANIST: Ms. Lynn Davis; 675-3744 
PIANIST: Mrs. Karen Bilbo; 259-2495 

S.S. DIRECTOR: Mr. Michael Taylor, Rt. 1, Box 83, Rocky Point, NC 28457; 
675-3744 

D.T. DIRECTOR: Mrs. Sherry Sutton, Rt. 1, Box 65, Watha, NC 28471; 
285-7406 

BROTHERHOOD DIR: Mr. Stacy Marshburn, Rt. 1, Box 1496, Burgaw, NC 28425; 
259-3266 

WMU DIRECTOR: Mrs. Thelma Rivenbark, Rt. 1, Box 1118, Burgaw, NC 28425; 
259-4769 

CHM. DEACONS: Mr. Tony Sutton, Rt. 1, Box 65, Watha, NC 28471; 
285-7406 

MEDIA DIRECTOR: Ms. Eunice Taylor, Rt. 1, Box 482, Burgaw, NC 28425; 
259-4972 

CHURCH TREASURER: Ms. Ellen Lanier, Rt. 1, Box 64, Watha, NC 28471; 
285-3795 

STEWARDSHIP CHM: Mr. Tony Sutton, Rt. 1, Box 65, Watha, NC 28471; 
285-7406 

CHURCH CLERK: Ms. Holly Horton, Rt . 1, Box 83, Watha, NC 28471; 
285-4092 

MURRAY MEMORIAL : 2501 N. College Rd., Wilmington, NC 28405; 791-6053 

PASTOR: Dr. Allen McKeithan, 6914 Masonboro Sound Rd. , Wilmington, NC 
28409; 799-3982 

MISSION PASTOR: Rev. Horace Hall, 5125 Lord Tennyson Rd., Wilmington, 

NC 28405; 799-5589 
YOUTH MINISTER: Rev. Steve McLean, 3221 S. Woolwitch Court, Castle 

Hayne, NC 28429; 675-1329 
SECRETARY: Mrs. Nancy Kling, 206 Northbrook Dr., Wilmington, NC 28405; 
392-0617 

ORGANIST: Mrs. Jo Lynn Futch; 283-7321 
PIANIST: Mrs. Amy Best; 791-3108 

S.S. DIRECTOR: Mrs. Elaine Underwood, Rt. 2, Box 452, Castle Hayne, NC 
28429; 675-3916 

D.T DIRECTOR: Mr. John Ricks, 6800 Murrayvtlle Rd., Wilmington, NC 
28405; 791-5801 

BROTHERHOOD DIR: Mr. Harry Bordeaux, 1517 Oakley Rd., Castle Hayne, NC 
28429; 762-1964 

WMU DIRECTOR: Mrs. Joyce Paramore, 4502 Middlesex Rd. , Wilmington, NC 
28405; 395-4228 

CHM. DEACONS: Mr. Larry Paramore, 4502 Middlesex Rd. , Wilmington, NC 
28405; 395-4228 

MEDIA DIRECTOR: Mrs. Kathy Butler, 317 Birds Nest Cr., Wilmington, NC 
28405; 799-0828 



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CHURCH TREASURER: Mr. Clement Goodson, 4406 Raspberry Rd., Wilmington, 

NC 28405; 799-9193 
STEWARDSHIP CHM: Mr. Glenn Kling, 206 Northbrook Dr., Wilmington, NC 

28405; 392-0617 

MISSION DEVELOPMENT DIR: Mr. Bill Jacobs, 338 Crestwood Dr., Wilmington, 

NC 28405; 395-1951 
CHURCH CLERK: Mra. Lucille Worthington, 2035 N. Kerr Ave., Wilmington, 

NC 28405; 791-9582 

MYRTLE PROVE : 5524 Myrtle Grove Rd. , Wilmington, NC 28409; 395-1926 

PASTOR: Rev. Bobby Mowery 6731 Myrtle Grove Rd., Wilmington, NC 28409; 
392-6003 

MUSIC DIRECTOR: Mrs. Rachel Garrett, 233 Bretonshire Dr., Wilmington, 

NC 28405; 791-2695 
EVANGELIST: Mr. Al Watkins, 607 Raleigh Ave., Carolina Beach, NC 28428; 

458-5330 

YOUTH CHAIRMAN: Mr. Brent Phelps, 415 Horn Road, Wilmington, NC 28412; 
799-5155 

RECREATION CHM: Mr. Bob McKoy, 225 Shannon Dr., Wilmington, NC 28409; 
395-1430 

ORGANIST: Mrs. Rachel Garrett; 791-2695 
PIANIST : Mrs. Billie Botts; 791-3242 

S.S. DIRECTOR: Mr. Bryan Smith, 126 Mohawk Trail, Wilmington, NC 28409; 
791-9713 

R.A. DIRECTOR: Mr. Gene Rackley, 5115 Peden Point Rd. , Wilmington, NC 
28409; 799-6984 

WMU DIRECTOR: Mrs. Bessie Cooke, 338 Cherokee Trail, Wilmington, NC 
28409; 791-0378 

CHM. DEACONS: Mr. Larry BottB, 410 Sharon Dr., Wilmington, NC 28409; 
791-3242 

MEDIA DIRECTOR: Mrs. Lannette Long, 5524 Old Myrtle Grove Rd., 

Wilmington, NC 28409; 
CHURCH TREASURER: Mrs. Everlena Raper, 6234 Carolina Beach Rd. , 

Wilmington, NC 28412; 791-2806 
STEWARDSHIP CHM: Mr. Bob McKoy, 225 Shannon Dr., Wilmington, NC 28409; 

395-1430 

MISSIONS DEV. CHM: Rev. Bobby Mowery, 6731 Myrtle Grove Rd. , Wilmington, 

NC 28409; 392-6003 
CHURCH CLERK: Mrs. Billie R. Botts, 410 Sharon Dr., Wilmington, NC 

28409; 791-3242 

NEW HOPE : P. O. Box 446, Leland, NC 28451; 371-2821 

PASTOR: Rev. Oscar Hullender, Rt. 5, Box 105, Hevner Rd. , Leland, NC 
28451; 371-3685 

MUSIC DIRECTOR: Mr. Allen Grey, Rt . 5, Box 45, Leland, NC 28451; 
371-6949 

SECRETARY: Mrs. Carolyn Hullender, Rt. 3, Box 105, Hevner Rd. , Leland, 

NC 28451; 371-3685 
PIANIST: Ma. Christine Smith; 253-5174 

S.S. DIRECTOR: Mr. Allen Grey, Rt . 5, Box 45, Leland NC 28451; 
371-6949 

D.T. DIRECTOR: Mr. Allen Grey, Rt . 5, Box 45, Leland NC 28451; 
371-6949 

WMU DIRECTOR: Mrs. Christine Grey, Rt. 5, Box 45, Leland, NC 28451; 
371-3123 

CHM. DEACONS: Mr. Allen Grey, Rt . 5, Box 45, Leland NC 28451; 371-6949 
CHURCH TREASURER: Mr. Bill Brew, Rt . 1, Box 78, Leland NC 28451; 
371-3365 

CHURCH CLERK: Mrs. Becky Ellers, Rt . 5, Box 11, Leland NC 28451; 
371-2186 



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OAK GROVE I 7990 Market Street, Wilmington, NC 28405; 686-7806 

PASTOR: Rev. W. P. (Rick) Howell, Jr., 6509 Greenville Loop Rd., 

Wilmington, NC 28409; 791-7060 
MUSIC DIRECTOR: Me. Suzanne Ladd, 804 Bonham Ave., Wilmington, NC 
28403; 392-5689 

CHURCH TREASURER: Mrs. Edna Wells, 146 Brentwood Dr., Wilmington, NC 
28401; 763-9526 

(XI DEN t 7121 Market Street, Wilmington, NC 28405; 686-7488 or 686-1216 

PASTOR: Rev. Duncan Futrelle, 3626 Middle Sound Loop Rd., Wilmington, 

NC 28405; 686-1482 
MUSIC DIRECTOR: Mrs. Wanda Lee, P. O. Box 4432, Wilmington, NC 28406; 
799-8760 

MISSION PASTOR: Rev. Tae Ku Lee, 998 St. Andrews Dr., S101, Wilmington, 

NC 28412; 452-5305 
YOUTH DIRECTOR: Mrs. Judy Norris, 611 Middle Sound Loop Rd., Lot #1, 

Wilmington, NC 28405; 686-7110 
SECRETARY: Mrs. Frances Mowery, 6731 Myrtle Grove Rd. , Wilmington, NC 

28409; 392-6003 
ORGANIST: Mrs. Millie Turner-Tyson 
PIANIST: Ms. Gela Ward 

S.S. DIRECTOR: Mr. Larry Hauser, 110 Spring Creek Lane, Wilmington, NC 
28405; 686-0115 

D.T. DIRECTOR: Mr. Gene Greenway, 1010 Stevenson Dr., Wilmington, NC 
28405; 791-8369 

BROTHERHOOD DIR: Mr. Billy Watkins, 225 Springdale Dr., Wilmington, NC 
28405; 791-2869 

WMU DIRECTOR: Mrs. Maggie Hardison, 321 Toulon Dr., Wilmington, NC 
28405; 791-5863 

CHM. DEACONS: Mr. Henry Southerland, 265 Lullwater Dr., Wilmington, NC 
284035; 791-4160 

CHURCH TREASURER: Mr. Burris Swinson, 30 Station Rd., Wilmington, NC 
28405; 791-5070 

STEWARDSHIP CHM: Mr. Larry Hauser, 110 Spring Creek Lane, Wilmington, 

NC 28405; 686-0115 
CHURCH CLERK: Mrs. Susie Smythe, 277 Buff Circle, Wilmington, NC 28405; 

686-4872 



OODEW KOREAN MISSION: 7121 Market St., Wilmington, NC 28405; 686-7488 

PASTOR: Rev. Tae Ku Lee, 998 St. Andrews Dr. #101, Wilmington, NC 28412; 
452-5303 

SECRETARY: Mrs. Frances Mowery, 6731 Myrtle Grove Rd . , Wilmington, NC 

28409; 392-6003 
PIANIST: Mrs. Sue Davia; 799-9145 

CHURCH TREASURER: Mr. Burris Swinson, 30 Station Rd., Wilmington, NC 
28405; 791-5070 

CHURCH CLERK: Mrs. Susie Smythe, 277 Buff Circle, Wilmington, NC 28405; 
686-4872 

OLIVET i 138 Glendale Dr., Wilmington, NC 28401; 762-8686 

PASTOR: Rev. Jonathan D. Blackburn, 161 Brentwood Dr., Wilmington, NC 
28403; 791-3678 

MUSIC DIRECTOR: Mrs. Jean Jordan, 222 Oakcrest Dr., Wilmington, NC 
28403; 791-3547 

RECREATION DIRECTOR: Mrs. Helen Rivenbark, 107 Pilgrim Circle, 

Wilmington, NC 28401; 763-5567 
ORGANIST: Mrs. Susan Blackburn; 762-3678 
PIANIST: Ms. Julia Jewell; 251-9647 

S.S. DIRECTOR: Mr. Freddie Justice, 119 Ramgate Rd., Castle Hayne, NC 
28429; 675-3657 



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BROTHERHOOD DIR: Mr. Wayne Cottle, 113 Woodberry Ct . , Wilmington, NC 
28405; 799-5467 

WMU DIRECTOR : Mrs. Elsie Johnson, P. O. Box 181, Hampstead, NC 2844J; 
675-2597 

CHM. DEACONS: Mr. Edgar Rivenbark, 107 Pilgrim Circle, Wilmington, NC 
28401; 763-5567 

MEDIA DIRECTOR: Mrs. Daneta Justice, 119 Ramgate Rd. , Castle Hayne, NC 
28429; 675-3657 

CHURCH TREASURER : Mrs. Mary Raynor, 2824 N. 23rd St. #15, Wilmington, 

NC 28401; 762-9404 
STEWARDSHIP CHM: Mr. Earl Stevens, 128 Gordon Rd., Wilmington, NC 28401; 

763-6657 

CHURCH CLERK: Mrs. Jean Jordan, 222 Oakcrest Dr., Wilmington, NC 28403; 
791-3547 

PENPERLEA t Rt . 1, Willard, NC 28478; 285-5916 

PASTOR: Rev. Paul Rose, Rt. 1, Box 355, Mt. Olive, NC 28365; 658-4600 
MUSIC DIRECTOR : Ms. Mary Ann Blanton, Rt. 1, Willard, NC 28478; 
285-5916 

S.S. DIRECTOR: Mr. Thomas Dixon, Rt . 1, Willard, NC 28478; 285-4276 
WMU DIRECTOR: Mrs. Betty McGlohon, Rt. 1, Willard, NC 28478; 285-3547 
CHM. DEACONS: Mr. Joe McGlohon, Rt . 1, Willard, NC 28478; 285-3547 
CHURCH TREASURER: Mr. Nathan Wells, RFD. #1, Willard, NC 28478; 
285-4581 

CHURCH CLERK: Ms. Sophia Wells, Rt. 1, Willard, NC 28478; 285-3049 

PINE VALLEY : 3940 Shipyard Blvd., Wilmington, NC 28403; 791-1949 
PASTOR: 

MINISTER OF MUSIC: Ms. Debbie Fox, 1305 Thurnin Ct., Wilmington, NC 
28405; 395-4396 

SINGLE ADULT MINISTER: Mrs. Ruth Murray, 3416 Chalmers Dr., Wilmington, 

NC 28409; 791-2065 
EDUCATION MINISTER: Rev. Kevin Reavis, 3319 S. College Rd., Wilmington, 

NC 28409; 799-0866 
YOUTH MINISTER: Rev. Kevin Reavis, 3319 S. College Rd, , Wilmington, NC 

28409; 799-0866 

SECRETARY: Mrs. Oval Lee McKenzie, 217 Quilon Circle, Wilmington, NC 

28412; 392-4342 
ORGANIST: Mrs. Jean Zalme; 791-0959 
PIANIST: Mr. Chip Fetner; 256-3418 

S.S. DIRECTOR: Mr. Rick Holliday, 1010 Hunting Ridge Rd., Wilmington, 

NC 28412; 799-4055 
D.T. DIRECTOR: Mr. Paul B. Boroughs, 5329 Dandelion Dr., Wilmington, NC 

28405; 791-2670 

BROTHERHOOD DIR: Mr. Billy Hutchinson, 125 Hollis Lane, Wilmington, NC 
28409; 392-5372 

WMU DIRECTOR: Mrs. Jo Stephens, 307 Robert E. Lee Dr., Wilmington, NC 
28412; 791-0522 

CHM. DEACONS: Mr. Jack Andrews, 702 Burney St., Wilmington, NC 28412; 
799-7559 

MEDIA DIRECTOR: Mrs. Judy Connelly, 302 Early Dr., Wilmington, NC 28412; 
791-3489 

CHURCH TREASURER: Mr. Menton Padgett, 5479 Eastwind Rd., Wilmington, NC 
28403; 791-8079 

CHURCH CLERK: Mrs. Oval Lee McKenzie, 217 Quilon Circle, Wilmington, NC 
28412; 392-4342 

PINE VIEW : P. O. Box 4815, Wilmington, NC 28406; 763-7000 

PASTOR: Rev. Bill Dixon, P. O. Box 7272, Wilmington, NC 28406; 762-4633 
MUSIC DIRECTOR: Mr. Robert Croom, 6924 Murrayville Rd., Wilmington, NC 
28405; 395-4253 

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S.S. DIRECTOR: Mr. Tommy Croom, 5318 Lord Tennyson Dr., Wilmington, NC 

28405; 799-5342 
BROTHERHOOD DIR: Mr. Wilber Jordan 

CHM. DEACONS: Mr. Robert Croom, 6924 Murrayville Rd., Wilmington, NC 
28405; 395-4253 

CHURCH CLERK: Mrs. Muriel Sandlin, 212 Clinton St., Wilmington, NC 
28401; 343-9379 

RILEY'S CREEK : Rt . 1, Box 270-B, Rocky Point, NC 28457; 675-2127 

PASTOR: Dr. Joey Faucette, Jr., Rt. 1, Box 266-B, Rocky Point, NC 23E7; 
675-2804 

MUSIC DIRECTOR: Ms. Becky Blanchard, Rt. 1, Box 420AD, Rocky Point, NC 
28457; 675-0836 

YOUTH DIRECTOR: Mrs. Linda Longley, 107 Malboro Farms, Rocky Point, NC 
28457; 675-2751 

SECRETARY: Mrs. Katherine Huggins, Rt. 1, Box 275, Rocky Point, NC 

28457; 675-2274 
ORGANIST: Ms. Becky Blanchard; 675-0836 
PIANIST: Ms. Becky Blanchard; 675-0836 

S.S. DIRECTOR: Mrs. Angela Beacham, 311 East Bridger St., Burgaw, NC 
28425; 259-5202 

D.T. DIRECTOR: Dr. Joey Faucette, Rt. 1, Box 266-B, Rocky Point, NC 
28457; 675-2804 

R.A. DIRECTOR: Mr. Rick Beacham, 311 East Bridger St., Burgaw, NC 28425; 
259-5202 

CHM. DEACONS: Mr. Rick Beacham, 311 East Bridger St., Burgaw, NC 28425; 
259-5202 

MEDIA DIRECTOR: Ms. Mary Glisson, Rt . 1, Box 202-A, Currie, NC 28435; 
259-2502 

CHURCH TREASURER: Mrs. Katherine Huggins, Rt. 1, Box 275, Rocky Point, 

NC 28457; 675-2274 
STEWARDSHIP CHM: Mr. Jimmy Huggins, Rt. 1, Box 275, Rocky Point, NC 

28457; 675-2274 

MISSIONS DEV. CHM: Mrs. Loranda Walker, Rt . 1, Box 90B, Currie, NC 
28435; 283-7339 

CHURCH CLERK: Ms. Edith M. Lunsford, Rt . 1, Box 284B, Rocky Point, NC 
28457; 675-2871 

ROCKY POINT - P. O. Box 400, Rocky Point, NC 28457; 675-9493 

PASTOR: Rev. Geary Walton, 215 E. Belvedere Rd., Hampstead, NC 28443; 
270-2402 

MUSIC DIRECTOR: Mrs. JoAnn Walton, 215 E. Belvedere Rd., HampBtead, NC 
28443; 270-2402 

SECRETARY : Mrs. Wilma Thompson, Rt. 2, Box 139A, Rocky Point, NC 28457; 
675-2092 

PIANIST: Mb. Sandra Diggs; 675-2092 

S.S. DIRECTOR: MrB. Edna Pierce, Rt. 1, Rocky Point, NC 28457; 
675-0338 

D.T. DIRECTOR: Ms. Reba Anderson, Rt. 1, Box 210, Rocky Point, NC 28457; 
675-2374 

BROTHERHOOD DIR: Mr. Norman Messer, P. O. Box 220, Rocky Point, NC 
28457; 675-3613 

WMU DIRECTOR: Ms. Mary Ellen Harts, Rt. 1, Box 225, Rocky Point, NC 
28457; 

CHM. DEACONS: Mr. Jerry Groves, Lot 29, Horseshore Estates, Burgaw, NC 
28425; 259-5893 

CHURCH TREASURER: Mrs. John Pierce, Rt. 1, Rocky Point, NC 28457; 
675-0338 

CHURCH CLERK: Mrs. Wilma Thompson, Rt. 2, Box 139A, Rocky Point, NC 
28457; 675-2092 

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SAINT PAUL - 4046 Gordon Road, Wilmington, NC 28405 

PASTOR: Rev. Malcolm E. Lewis, Rt. 2, Box 2608, Burgaw, NC 28425 

SCOTT S HILL - 15 ScottB Hill Rd. , Wilmington, NC 28405; 686-9885 

PASTOR: Dr. Eddie Davis, 396 LaSalle St., Wilmington, NC 28405; 
686-1035 

MUSIC MINISTER: Rev. Darby Worrell, 301 Sandpiper Lane, Hampstead, NC 
28443; 686-2703 

YOUTH DIRECTORS: Rev. Darby Worrell, 301 Sandpiper Lane, Hampstead, NC 
28443; 686-2703 

SECRETARY: Mrs. Carol Batts, Rt . 1, Box 497 AA, Wilmington, NC 28405; 
686-9566 

ORGANIST: Mrs. Frances Koonce; 791-1352 
PIANIST; Mrs. Kathy Brite; 686-4347 

S.S. DIRECTOR: Mr. Jimmy Suggs, Jr., 106 Laffitte St., Wilmington, NC 
28405; 686-0007 

D.T. DIRECTOR: Mr. Tom Baker, 136 LaSalle St., Wilmington, NC 28405; 
686-9194 

BROTHERHOOD DIR: Mr. Tommy Todd, 3517 Middle Sound Loop Rd. , Wilmington, 

NC 28405; 686-7616 
WMU DIRECTOR: Mrs. Kay Loftin, 125 Mark Twain Dr., Wilmington, NC 28405; 

686-1706 

CHM. DEACONS: Mr. Jimmy Suggs, Jr., 106 Laffitte St., Wilmington, NC 
28405; 686-0007 

MEDIA DIRECTOR: Mrs.Jeri Jones, 175 LaFayette St., Wilmington, NC 28405 
686-7692 

CHURCH TREASURER: Mr. Glenn Marshburn, 398 LaSalle St., Wilmington, NC 
28405; 686-7332 

MISSIONS DEV. CHM: Mr. Tom Baker, 136 LaSalle St., Wilmington, NC 28405; 
686-9194 

CHURCH CLERK: Mrs. Betsy Jones, 325 Wellington Dr., Wilmington, NC 
28405; 686-0776 

SEA GATE - 6115 Oleander Dr., Wilmington, NC 28403; 791-8943 

PASTOR: Rev. Robert E. Lee, 6218 Greenville Sound Road, Wilmington, NC 
28409; 350-0888 

MUSIC DIRECTOR: Mr. Rodney Miller, Rt . 2, Box 461D, Leland, NC 28451; 
799-3422 

SECRETARY: Mrs. Shirley Lee, 6218 Greenville Sound Rd., Wilmington, NC 

28409; 350-0888 
PIANIST: Mrs. Dean Surratt; 791-6470 

S.S. DIRECTOR: Rev. Paul Nix, 104 Pecan Dr., Wilmington, NC 28403; 
799-8525 

D.T. DIRECTOR: Mr. Roy Saunders, 126 Sebrell Ave., Wilmington, NC 
28403; 791-9485 

BROTHERHOOD DIR: Capt . Eddie Haneman, 118 Hinton Ave., Wilmington, NC 
28403; 791-0187 

WMU DIRECTOR: Mrs. Evelyn Peterson, 308 Hooker Rd. , Wilmington, NC 
28403; 799-0747 

CHM. DEACONS: Mr. Art Dennis, 421 Lynette Dr., Wilmington, NC 28403; 
791-2064 

MEDIA DIRECTOR: Mrs. Jeanette McMillan, 237 Peiffer Ave., Wilmington, 

NC 28409; 791-8218 
CHURCH TREASURER: Mrs. Kay Repik, 5027 Barefoot Dr., Wilmington, NC 

28403; 791-4412 

STEWARDSHIP CHM: Mr. Tom Repik, 5027 Barefoot Dr., Wilmington, NC 
28403; 791-4412 

MISSIONS DEV. CHM: Rev. Paul Nix, 104 Pecan Ave., Wilmington, NC 28403; 
799-8525 



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CHURCH CLERK: Mies Dorothy L. Rockmere, 6301 Greenville Sound Rd. 
Wilmington, NC 28409; 350-0200 



SHILOH - Rt. X, Watha, NC 28471; 283-9676 
PASTOR t 

MUSIC DIRECTOR: Ms. Edna Moore, Rt. 1, Ivanhoe, NC 28447; 283-7237 
EDUCATION DIRi Ms. Pat Simmons, Rt. 1, Box 323, Ivanhoe, NC 28447; 
283-7264 

RECREATION DIR: Ms. Pat Simmons, Rt . 1, Box 323, Ivanhoe, NC 28447; 
283-7264 

SECRETARY: Me. Berelene Boney, Rt . 1, Box 284, Ivanhoe, NC 28447; 
283-7503 

ORGANIST: Ms. Pat Simmons; 283-5815 
PIANIST: Ms. Gwen Murray; 283-7559 

S.S. DIRECTOR: Mr. J. R. Vernon, Rt. 1, Watha, NC 28471; 
D.T. DIRECTOR: Mr. Freddy Simpson, Rt. 1, Box 288-B, Ivanhoe, NC 28447; 
283-5325 

BROTHERHOOD DIR: Mr. J. R. Vernon, Rt. 1, Watha, NC 28471; 
WMU DIRECTOR: Ms. Lucille Eakins, Rt. 1, Box 284, Watha, NC 28471; 
283-5301 

CHM. DEACONSJ Mr. Freddy Simpson, Rt. 1, Box 288-B, Ivanhoe, NC 28447; 
283-5325 

MEDIA DIRECTOR: Ms. Sandra Costin, Rt. 1, Box 293, Watha, NC 28471; 
283-7778 

CHURCH TREASURER: Mrs. Gloria Barnhill, Rt. 1, Box 127, Atkinson, NC 
28421; 283-7616 

STEWARDSHIP CHM: Mr. Freddy Simpson, Rt. 1, Box 288-B, Ivanhoe, NC 
283-5325 

CHURCH CLERK: Mrs. Edna Rae Rivenbark, Rt. 1, Box 342, Watha, NC 28471; 
283-7123 

SILVER LAKE - 4715 Carolina Beach Rd., Wilmington, NC 28412; 791-9171 

PASTOR: Dr. Michael Moore, 4715 Carolina Beach Rd., Wilmington, NC 
28412; 791-9171 

MUSIC DIRECTOR: Ma. Glenda Bohannon, 4715 Carolina Beach Rd., 

Wilmington, NC 28412; 791-9171 
PIANIST: Ms. Sabra Duncan; 799-5660 

S.S. DIRECTOR: Mr. Jim Hayea, 201 Antionette Dr., Wilmington, NC 28412; 
392-3112 

BROTHERHOOD DIR: Mr. Mickey Matthews, 4913 Tanbark Dr., Wilmington, NC 
28412; 799-0350 

WMU DIRECTOR: Mrs. Betty Sasser, 299 Shannon Dr., Wilmington, NC 28409; 
799-2427 

CHM. DEACONS: Mr. Brad Donnell, 130 Country Place Dr., Wilmington, NC 
28409; 799-3058 

CHURCH TREASURER: Mrs. Betty Sasser, 299 Shannon Dr., Wilmington, NC 
28409; 799-2427 

STEWARDSHIP CHM: Mr. Don Sasser, 299 Shannon Dr., Wilmington, NC 28409; 
799-2427 

CHURCH CLERK: Mrs. Claudia Matthews, 4913 Tanbark Dr., Wilmington, NC 
28412; 791-0350 

SOUTHSIDE - 3320 South College Road, Wilmington, NC 28403; 799-4751 
PASTOR: 

MUSIC DIRECTOR: Mrs. Paula Holland, P. O. Box 424, Carolina Beach, NC 
28428; 458-3226 

EDUCATION MINISTER: Rev. Tommy Puckett, 330 Burbank Rd. , Wilmington, NC 
28412; 392-6831 

YOUTH MINISTER: Rev. Tommy Puckett, 330 Burbank Rd., Wilmington, NC 
28412; 392-6831 

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SECRETARY: Mrs. Betty Busby, 342 Cherokee Trail, Wilmington, NC 28403; 
799-4997 

PIANIST: Mrs. Edith Lewis; 791-2998 

S.S. DIRECTOR: Hr. Kevin Lee, 1607 Jetty's Reach, Wilmington, NC 28409; 
392-4338 

D.T. DIRECTOR: Rev. Tommy Puckett, 303 Burbank Dr., Wilmington, NC 
28403; 392-6831 

BROTHERHOOD DIR: Mr. Thomas Sherrill, 4954 Red Heart Dr., Wilmington, 

NC 28412; 392-1104 
WMU DIRECTOR: Mrs. Mary Lennon, 157 Cliffside Dr., Wilmington, NC 28409; 

791-8916 

DEACON CHM: Mr. Robert Brown, 118 Whippoorwill Lane, Wilmington, NC 
28409; 791-5591 

CHURCH TREASURER: Mrs. Dorothy West, 314 Masonboro Rd., Wilmington, NC 
28409; 392-3874 

CHURCH CLERK: Mrs. Doris Cowan, 5002 Lord Byron Rd. , Wilmington, NC 
28405; 791-3492 

SUNSET PARK - 231 Central Blvd., Wilmington, NC 28401; 762-4486 

PASTOR : Rev. Oscar Holland, 3804 Providence Ct., Wilmington, NC 28412; 
392-3170 

MUSIC MINISTER: Rev. Ed Hollis, 534 McEachern Dr., Wilmington, NC 28412; 
395-1654 

EDUCATION MINISTER: Rev. John W. Cashwell, 4818 Indian Trail, 

Wilmington, NC 28412; 452-3666 
YOUTH MINISTER: Rev. John W. Cashwell, 4818 Indian Trail, Wilmington, 

NC 28412; 452-3666 
SECRETARY: Mrs. Brenda Thigpen, 4606 Pettigrew Dr., Wilmington, NC 

28412; 791-5772 
ORGANIST: Mrs. Martha Hales; 791-5252 
PIANIST: Mr. Joey D. Marlowe; 799-3004 

S.S. DIRECTOR: Mr. Kenneth E.Danford, 4005 Chapra Dr., Wilmington, NC 
28409; 395-0496 

D.T. DIRECTOR: Mr. Bill OakB, 326 Covil Ave., Wilmington, NC 28403; 
763-8174 

BROTHERHOOD DIR: Mr. Paul Berry, 2 Church St., Wilmington, NC 28401; 
763-5280 

WMU DIRECTOR! Ms. Irene T. Berry, 2 Church St., Wilmington, NC 28401; 
763-5280 

DEACON CHM: Mr. Kenneth E. Danford, 4005 Chapra Dr., Wilmington, NC 
28409; 395-0496 

MEDIA DIRECTOR: Mrs. Angela Boswell, 210 Hollins Rd. , Wilmington, NC 
28412; 799-4513 

CHURCH TREASURER: Mrs. Anna Mintz, 1117 Adelaide Dr., Wilmington, NC 
28403; 791-7305 

CHURCH CLERK: Mrs. Dorothy G. Moore, 3225 Red Berry Dr., Wilmington, NC 
28409; 392-3170 

SURf CITY - P. O. Box 2607, Surf City, NC 28445; 328-2831 

PASTOR: Rev. Don Horn, P. O. Box 2607, Surf City, NC 28445; 328-2831 
MUSIC DIRECTOR: Mrs. Shirley Horn, P. O. Box 2607, Surf City, NC 28445; 
328-2831 

MISSION PASTOR: Rev. Dwayne D. Collins, 1794 New River Inlet Rd., Sneads 

Ferry, NC 28460; 328-2134 
YOUTH DIRECTOR: Mr. Jackie Horn, P. O. Box 2607, Surf City, NC 28445; 

328-2831 

SECRETARY: Mrs. Gloria Salese, Rt . 1, Box 323P, Sneads Ferry, NC 28460; 
327-2997 

ORGANIST: Ms. Estelle Richert; 328-2589 
PIANIST: Ms. Peggy Bailey; 328-0511 

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S.S. DIRECTOR: Mr. Glenn Batts, P. O. Box 2501, Surf City, NC 28445; 
328-0193 

BROTHERHOOD DIR: Mr. Bob Carnaghan, 306 St. Moritz, Holly Ridge, NC 
28445; 328-2642 

WMU DIRECTORS Ma. Margaret Stackleather , Rt. 1, Box 255-M, Holly Ridge, 

NC 28445; 328-0190 
DEACON CHM: Mr. Harold BattB, 229 Hw. 50, Hampatead, NC 28443; 

328-5771 

CHURCH TREASURER: Mrs. Elaine Bass, P. O. Box 2338, Surf City, NC 28445; 

328- 0197 

STEWARDSHIP CHM: Mr. Elbert Davis, Rt. 2, Box 256, Holly Ridge, NC 

329- 7341 

MISSIONS DEV. DIR: Mrs. Bessie M. Batts, P. O. Box 2295, Surf City, NC 
28445; 328-5361 

CHURCH CLERK: Ms. Bettie S. Sauer, Rt . 1, Box 350-A, Holly Ridge, NC 
28445; 328-1663 

TEMPLE - 1801 Market St., Wilmington, NC 28403; 763-3351 

PASTOR: Dr. James D. Whetstone, 1801 Market St., Wilmington, NC 28403; 
763-3351 

MUSIC MINISTER: Rev. Jimmy Rogers, 113 Apache Trail, Wilmington, NC 
28409; 395-4920 

EDUCATION MINISTER: Miae Julie McVey, 4407 Holly Tree Rd., Wilmington, 

NC, 28409; 452-9042 
YOUTH MINISTER: Miss Julie McVey, 4407 Holly Tree Rd., Wilmington, NC 

28409; 452-9042 

SECRETARY : Mrs. Carolyn Moore, P. O. Box 622, Hampatead, NC 28443; 
763-3351 

ORGANIST l Mr. Wayne Figart; 763-4009 

S.S. DIRECTOR: Mr. Eric Farr, 446 Semmes Dr., Wilmington, NC 28412; 
791-6395 

D.T. DIRECTOR: Miss Julie McVey, 4407 Holly Tree Rd. , Wilmington, N C 
28409; 452-9042 

BROTHERHOOD DIR: Mr. Jim Simmons, 418 Stonewall Jackson Dr., Wilmington, 

NC 28412; 791-3633 
WMU DIRECTOR: Mrs. Ruby Williams, 3517 Chalmers Dr., Wilmington, NC 

28403; 791-3433 

DEACON CHM: Mr. Eric Farr, 446 Semmes Dr., Wilmington, NC 28412; 
791-1619 

MEDIA DIRECTOR: Mrs. Shirley Murray, 5326 Lawrence Dr., Wilmington, NC 
28405; 791-5737 

CHURCH TREASURER: Mr. William Brock, 4710 Long Leaf Hills Dr., 

Wilmington, NC 28403; 791-2462 
STEWARDSHIP CHM: Mr. WinBton Henderson, 354 Honeycutt Dr., Wilmington, 

NC 28412; 791-4942 
MISSIONS DEV. DIR: Mr. Mike Piner, 327 Pine Cliff Dr., Wilmington, NC 

28403; 799-1769 

CHURCH CLERK » Mr. Mike Piner, 327 Pine Cliff Dr., Wilmington, NC 28403; 
799-1769 

TOPSAIL - 455 Highway 17 North, Hampatead, NC 28443; 270-9038 

PASTOR: Rev. John Farias, 221 East Belvedere, Hampatead, NC 28443; 
270-9680 

MUSIC DIRECTOR: Mr. Lindsey MathiB, 122 Holiday Hills Dr., Hampstead, 

NC 28443; 270-9458 
YOUTH DIRECTOR: Mrs. Peggy Batson, 511 Watts Landing Rd., Hampstead, NC 

28443; 329-5851 

SECRETARY: Mrs. Jackie Brooks, P. O. Box 178, Hampatead, NC 28443; 
270-9280 

ORGANIST: Mrs. Evelyn Champagne; 270-3933 
PIANIST: Ma. Judy Bradahaw; 270-3851 

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S.S. DIR: Mr. Richard Mima, 213 Widgeon Dr., Hampstead, NC 28443; 
270-3342 

BROTHERHOOD DIR: Mr. Durwood Bradshaw, 132 Kings Landing Rd., Hampstead, 

NC 28443; 270-2637 
WMU DIRECTOR: Mrs. Emily Rochelle, 548 Hwy. 210 East, Hampstead, NC 

28443; 329-8171 

DEACON CHM: Mr. Michael Coston, 480 Hwy. 210 E., Hampstead, NC 28443; 
329-7071 

CHURCH TREASURER : Mrs. Janice Bradshaw, 136 Kings Landing, Hampstead, 
NC 28443; 

STEWARDSHIP CHM: Mr. Carl Rochelle, 548 Hwy. 210 E . , Hampstead, NC 
28443; 329-8181 

CHURCH CLERK: Mrs. Nancy Coston, 543 Hwy. 210 East, Hampstead, NC 28443; 
329-8761 

VICTORY BAPTIST MISSION - P. O. Box 115A, Rocky Point, NC 28457; 675-1511 

PASTOR: Rev. Horace Hall, S125 Lord Tennyson Rd. , Wilmington, NC 28405; 
799-5589 

MUSIC DIRECTOR: Mrs. Rose Mary Lofts, Rt . 3, Box 3205, Burgaw, NC 28425; 
259-3108 

S.S. DIRECTOR: Mrs. Rose Mary Lofts, Rt. 3, Box 3205, Burgaw, NC 28425; 
259-3108 

MEDIA DIR: Ms. Ruth Baldwin, Rocky Point, NC 28457 

CHURCH TREASURER I Mr. Rick Armstrong, 406 Millhouse Rd., Castle Hayne, 

NC 28429; 675-0502 
CHURCH CLERK: Mr. Jim Lofts, Rt . 3, Box 3205, Burgaw, NC 28425; 
259-3108 

WALLACE. FIRST - 408 West Main St., Wallace, NC 28466; 285-2534 

PASTOR: Rev. Dennis Bazemore, 1008 Eastwood Dr., Wallace, NC 28466; 
285-6336 

MUSIC MINISTER: Rev. Mike Hopkins, 600 East Lanier St., Wallace, NC 
28466; 285-7744 

EDUCATION MINISTER: Rev. Mike Hopkins, 600 East Lanier St., Wallace, NC 
28466; 285-7744 

YOUTH MINISTER: Rev. Mike Hopkins, 600 East Lanier St., Wallace, NC 
28466; 285-7744 

SECRETARY: Ms. Charlotte Jones, 90S N.W. Railroad St., Wallace, NC 

28466; 285-2903 
ORGANIST: Ms. Linda Maready; 285-7108 
PIANIST: Mrs. Linda Bazemore; 285-6336 

S.S. DIRECTOR: Mr. Jay Herring, 107 N. Rockfish St., Wallace, NC 28466; 
285-7335 

BROTHERHOOD DIR: Mr. Dave Witter, 100 Teachey Road, Wallace, NC 28466; 
285-3298 

WMU DIRECTOR: Mrs. Willa Currie, 800 Miami Ave., Wallace, NC 28466; 
285-4510 

DEACON CHM: Mr. Ray McLemore, 13 Patrick Henry Ct., Wallace, NC 28466; 
285-4757 

MEDIA DIR: Mrs. Barbara Paul, Rt . 1, Box 51, Wallace, NC 28466; 
285-4709 

CHURCH TREASURER: Ms. Eleanor Miller, P. O. Box 337, Wallace, NC 28466; 
285-2429 

STEWARDSHIP CHM: Mr. Tom Pitts, Rt . 2, Box 172, Willard, NC 28478; 
285-4191 

CHURCH CLERK: Ms. Doris Brooks, 202 N. Duplin St., Wallace, NC 28466; 
285-2262 

HATHA - Watha, NC 28471 

PASTOR: Rev. Gwyn Reeves, Rt. 1, Box 107, Watha, NC 28471; 285-6868 
MUSIC DIRECTOR: Mrs. Wilma Gelbhaar, Watha, NC 28471; 285-3537 

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PIANIST: Mro. Wtlma Gelbhaar; 285-3537 

S.S. DIRECTOR: Mr. Ernest Gott, Rt . 1, Watha, NC 28471; 285-7895 
WHO DIRECTOR: Mrs. Sandra Reeves, Rt . 1, Box 107, Watha, NC 28471; 
285-686S 

DEACON CHMl Mr. Ronald Owens, Rt. 1, Box 29, Watha, NC 28471; 285-4867 
CHURCH TREASURER: Mrs. Betty Owens, Rt. 1, Box 29, Watha, NC 28471; 
285-4867 

STEWARDSHIP CHM: Mr. J. D. Thompson, Watha, NC 28471; 259-4441 
CHURCH CLERK: Mrs. Betty Owens, Rt . 1, Box 29, Watha, NC 28471; 
285-4867 

WHISPERING PINES - 6547 Carolina Beach Rd., Wilmington, NC 28412; 791-6584 

PASTOR: Dr. Charles C. Harris, 6551 Carolina Beach Rd., Wilmington, NC 
28412; 452-1309 

MUSIC DIRECTOR: Ms. Teresa Roggina, 7418 Myrtle Grove Rd. Lot 19, 

Wilmington, NC 28409; 392-7496 
PIANIST: Mrs. Lynne Howell; 791-9586 

S.S. DIRECTOR: Mrs. Jesma Roggina, 112 Horn Dale Dr., Wilmington, NC 
28409; 791-5346 

BROTHERHOOD DIR: Mr. Doug North, 5305 Manteo Ct., Wilmington, NC 28412; 
799-2103 

WMU DIRECTOR l Ms. Teresa Roggina, 7418 Myrtle Grove Rd., Lot 19, 

Wilmington, NC 28409; 392-7496 
DEACON CHM: Mr. Eric Reeves, 111 S. Channel Haven Dr., Wilmington, NC 

28409; 791-9029 

MEDIA DIRECTOR: Mrs . Marie Hatcher, 1073 Grissom Rd., Wilmington, NC 
28409; 392-0636 

CHURCH TREASURER: Mr. Johnny Rubs, 202 Friendly Lane, Wilmington, NC 
28409; 799-7084 

CHURCH CLERK: Mrs. Lynne Howell, 130 S. Channel Haven Dr., Wilmington, 
NC 28409; 791-9586 

WILLARD - Rt. 2, Box 128, Willard, NC 28478; 285-7196 

PASTOR: Rev. Robert G. MilliB, Rt. 2, Box 128, Willard, NC 28478; 
285-3942 

MUSIC DIRECTOR: Ms. Helena Holton, Rt. 1, Willard, NC 28478; 285-3603 
SECRETARY: Ma. Jean Farrior, Rt. 1, Willard, NC 28478; 285-3889 
ORGANIST: Ms. Freda Jones; 285-7363 
PIANIST: Ms. Melanie Emory; 285-5335 

S.S. DIRECTOR: Mr. J. C. Knowles, Rt . 1, Wallace, NC 28466; 
D.T. DIRECTOR: Mr. Virgil Tosto, Rt. 1, Willard, NC 28478; 
BROTHERHOOD DIR: Mr. Wallace West, Rt . 1, Willard, NC 28478; 285-7700 
WMU DIRECTOR: Ma. Jean Farrior, Rt. 1, Willard, NC 28478; 285-3889 
DEACON CHM: Mr. Jay Farrior, Rt. 1, Willard, NC 28478; 285-3889 
CHURCH TREASURER: Ms. Jean Farrior, Rt. 1, Willard, NC 28478; 285-3889 
STEWARDSHIP CHM: Mr. Alton Jones, Rt. 1, Wallace, NC 28466; 285-3347 
CHURCH CLERK: Ms. Melanie Emory, P. O. Box 246, Wallace, NC 28466; 
285-5335 

WILMINGTON. FIRST - 15 N . 5th St., Wilmington, NC 28401; 763-2471 

PASTOR: Dr. Michael G. Queen, 15 N. 5th St., Wilmington, NC 28401; 
763-2471 

MUSIC MINISTER: Rev. Jeff Lewis, 15 N. 5th St., Wilmington, NC 28401; 
763-2471 

EDUCATION MINISTER: Rev. Jim Everette, 15 N. 5th St., Wilmington, NC 
28401; 763-2471 

YOUTH MINISTER: Rev. Don Vigus, 15 N. 5th St., Wilmington, NC 28401; 
763-7564 

RECREATION MINISTER: Rev. Don Vigue, 15 N. 5th St., Wilmington, NC 
28401; 763-7564 



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SECRETARY: Mrs. Jane S. Davia, 15 N. 5th St., Wilmington, NC 28401; 
763-2471 

ORGANIST: Rev. Jeff Lewis; 763-2471 
PIANIST: Rev. Jeff LewiB; 763-2471 

S.S. DIRECTOR: Dr. Julian Keith, 5733 Oak Bluff Lane, Wilmington, NC 
28409; 395-4312 

R.A. DIRECTOR: Mr. David Smith, 5403 Lark Ct . , Wilmington, NC 28409; 
395-6852 

WMU DIRECTOR: Mrs. Donna Walden, 5474 Eastwind Rd., Wilmington, NC 
28403; 799-9146 

DEACON CHM: Mr. Deak Walden, 5474 Eastwind Rd., Wilmington, NC 28403; 
799-9146 

CHURCH TREASURER: Mr. Morria Powell, Jr., 3412 Bethal Rd. , Wilmington, 

NC 28409; 799-2530 
STEWARDSHIP CHM: Mr. Berry Trice, 233 Stonewall Jackson Dr., Wilmington, 

NC 28412; 791-0834 

MISSIONS DEV. DIR: Mr. Joe Sutton, 215 Carl Seitter Dr., Wilmington, NC 
28401; 763-7036 

CHURCH CLERK: Mrs. India Causey, 234 Donald E. Gore Dr., Wilmington, NC 
28412; 799-3473 

WINTER PARK - 4700 Wrightsville Ave., Wilmington, NC 28403; 791-4725 

PASTOR: Dr. Lamar J. Brooks, 414 Stonewall Jackson Dr., Wilmington, NC 
28412; 395-1722 

MUSIC MINISTER: Rev. Cliff Hsarris, 4700 Wrightsville Ave., Wilmington, 

NC 28403; 791-4725 
ASSOCIATE PASTOR: Rev. Michael Macon, 323 Sabra Dr., Wilmington, NC 

28405; 799-9320 

EDUCATION MINISTER: Rev. John Pruitt, 4483 Beach Mountain Ct . , 

Wilmington, NC 28405; 395-5140 
YOUTH MINISTER: Rev. Michael Macon, 323 Sabra Dr., Wilmington, NC 28405; 

799-9320 

RECREATION MINISTER: Rev. Michael Macon, 323 Sabra Dr., Wilmington, NC 
28405; 799-9320 

SECRETARY: Mrs. Deborah Hood, 4700 Wrightsville Ave., Wilmington, NC 

28403; 791-4725 
ORGANIST: Mrs. Judy Siebold 
PIANIST: Ms. Wanda Gordy 

S.S. DIRECTOR: Mrs. Connie Lancaster, 829 Shinn Point, Wilmington, NC 
28409; 350-0265 

D.T. DIRECTOR: Rev. John Pruitt, 4483 Beach Mountain Ct., Wilmington, 

NC 28405; 395-5140 
BROTHERHOOD DIR: Mr. George Willetts, 3527 Kirby Smith Dr., Wilmington, 

NC 28409; 799-8114 
WMU DIRECTOR: Mrs. Yvonne Lewis, 145 Cliffslde Dr., Wilmington, NC 

28409; 799-0976 

DEACON CHM: Mr. Wayne Phillips, P. O. Box 267, Hampstead, NC 28443; 
270-3777 

MEDIA DIRECTOR: Mrs. Mary Dunn, 218 E. Blackboard Rd., Wilmington, NC 
28409; 799-3739 

CHURCH TREASURER: Mr. Glenwood McDowell, 537 Rose Ave., Wilmington, NC 
28403; 791-4119 

STEWARDSHIP CHM: Mr. Charles W. Hollis, 138 Green Forest Dr., 

Wilmington, NC 28409; 799-0318 
MISSIONS DEV. CHM: Mr. Karl Buslck, 5126 Oriole Dr., Wilmington, NC 

28403; 392-6630 

CHURCH CLERK: Ms. Elsie Tilson, 4626 Long Leaf Hills Dr., Wilmington, 
NC 28409; 791-3571 



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WRIQHT8BORO - 2736 Castle Hayne Rd., Wilmington, NC 28401; 763-3181 

PASTOR t Dr. Harvey Whaley, Jr., 131 Whitman Ave., Castle Hayne, NC 
28429; 763-7519 

MUSIC MINISTER: Mrs. Peggy Croom, 2014 Jackson St., Wilmington, NC 
28401; 343-8378 

ASSOCIATE PASTOR! Rev. Michael Lewis, 5018 Marathon Ct., Castle Hayne, 

NC 28429; 675-1400 
EDUCATION MINISTER! Rev. Michael Lewis, 5018 Marathon Ct . , Castle Hayne, 

NC 28429; 675-1400 
YOUTH MINISTER: Rev. Dondi Pace, 2736 Castle Hayne Rd., Wilmington, NC 

28401; 763-3181 

SECRETARY: Mrs. Martha K. Herring, 114 Chadwick Ave., Wilmington, NC 

762-7022 
ORGANIST: Mrs. Carolyn Benton 

INSTRUMENTALIST: Miss Maria Newkirk; 762-4324 
INSTRUMENTALIST: Miss Beverly Whaley; 763-7519 

S.S. DIRECTOR: Mrs. Len Chamblee, 45 Holland Dr., Castle Hayne, NC 28429; 
762-8334 

D.T. DIRECTOR: Mrs. Bettie Cavanaugh, 168 Home Place Dr., Wilmington, 

NC 28401; 763-0473 
BROTHERHOOD DIR! Rev. Mike Lewis, 5018 Marathon Ct., Castle Hayne, N C 

28429; 675-1400 

WMU DIRECTOR: Mrs. Dixie Wilkins, 59 Port O Pines, Wilmington, NC 28405; 
395-6728 

DEACON CHM: Mrs. Stan Jenkins, 1404 Spaniel Court, Wilmington, NC 2BXE; 
395-2840 

MEDIA DIRECTOR: Mrs. Bettie Cavenaugh, 168 Home Place Dr., Wilmington, 

NC 28401; 763-0473 
CHURCH TREASURER: Mrs. Guelda Peacock, 117 Whitman Ave., Castle Hayne, 

NC 28429; 762-6876 
STEWARDSHIP CHM! Mr. Charlie Swart, 124 Whitman Ave., Castle Hayne, NC 

28429; 763-8643 

CHURCH CLERK: Mrs. Sandra Sullivan, 110 Green Meadows Dr., Wilmington, 
NC 28405; 799-0340 

WRIOHTSVILLE BEACH - P. O. Box 21, Wrightsville Beach, NC 28480; 256-3682 

PASTOR: Rev. Danny Hawkins, 4914 Seabrook Ct., Wilmington, NC 28403; 
395-6182 

MUSIC MINISTER! Rev. Phillip Rivenbark, 4945 Pine St., Wilmington, NC 
28403; 392-9402 

YOUTH MINISTER: Rev. Phillip Rivenbark, 4945 Pine St., Wilmington, NC 
28403; 392-9402 

SECRETARY: Mr b . Linda Cook, 305 Bayshore Dr., Wilmington, NC 28405; 
686-8748 

ORGANIST: Mrs. Nancy Willard; 395-6721 
PIANIST: Mrs. Dawn Tatum; 686-4072 

S.S. DIRECTOR: Mrs. Joyce Brim, 413 Bradford Dr., Wilmington, NC 28409; 
791-0357 

D.T. DIRECTOR: Mr. John Truitt, 601 N. Channel Dr., Wrightsville Beach, 

NC 28480; 256-3272 
BROTHERHOOD DIR: Mr. Stan Wiley, 114 Barnard Dr., Wilmington, NC 28405; 

762-7813 

DEACON CHM: Mr. Eddie Long, P. O. Box 400, Wrightsville Beach, NC 28480; 
256-8926 

CHURCH TREASURER: Ms. Tammy Blizzard, 1747 Signature Place, Wilmington, 

NC 28405; 256-6006 
MISSIONS DEV. DIR: Mrs. Marsha Cowart, 106 Circle Dr., Wrightsville 

Beach, NC 28480; 256-5541 
CHURCH CLERK: Ms. Iris Most, 904 Seven Oaks Dr., Wilmington, NC 28405; 

686-4112 



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WOMAN'S MISSIONARY UNION 



"To Him who by means of His power working in us is able to do so much 
more than we can ever ask for, or even think of: to God be the Glory in the 
church and in Christ Jesus for all time, forever and evert Amen." (Eph. 3:20- 
21 TEV) was the watchword for 1990-91 . Through the Empowered emphasis for 
1990-91, we were challenged to rely on the Holy Spirit as the source of our 
power. The Woman's Missionary Union had an opportunity to strengthen missions 
education in our churches. We were Empowered by the Holy Spirit with God's 
leadership, anything is possiblel 

Highlights of the year for the WBA WMU and age-level activities: 

.... Two Leadership Training Conferences were held at Ogden Baptist Church and 
Wallace First in September 1990. These conferences were led by each 
member of the Aseociational WMU Council. An attendance of 293 attended 
these conferences. 

.... On November 5, 1990, area directors led the Baptist Women's Day of Prayer 
with an enlightening program. 86 women attend the program. 

.... Assoc i at iona 1 WMU Council members served as hostesses for the 
International Dinner held at the First Baptist Church of Wilmington 
Activities Center on September 8, 1990. 

.... The WMU ladies in the local churches served delicious meals for the 
Baptist Student Union on Monday nights and Wednesday lunches all during 
the year. 

.... A very special and beautiful Christmas pizza party was given for 41 
teenagers at Show Biz. Individuals purchased Christmas gifts for these 
teenagers and they were given to them at the party. The pizza party made 
Christmas much happier for these foster teenagers. 

.... Asaociational WMU Council members enjoyed a Saturday outing at Fort 
Caswell with 14 women prisoners and staff from the Wilmington Residential 
Facility. We witnessed to the women and served homemade refreshments to 
them. Trinket baskets were made as well as lapel pins for these women. 
This was a memorable day for the women prisoners as well as for the WMU 
Council members. 

.... 1000 bars of soap were collected for the Women's State Prison of N.C. 
from the different churches in the Association. Since we only needed 600 
bars of soap to send from our Association, the other 400 bars of soap 
were distributed to other agencies in our community. 

.... WMU ladies in the WBA churches were requested to gather items by the 
time of the WMU State meeting in Winston-Salem on March 22-23, 1991. A 
very generous amount of supplies, linens, furniture, etc. were taken to 
the Wilmington Baptist Association and then were distributed to the 
Baptist Children's Homes, Retirement Homes, and N.C. Baptist Hospital. 
WMU is very proud of the generosity that the churches in our Association 
share . 

.... The WMU Annual meeting was held at Wrightaville Beach Baptist Church on 
April 22, 1991, with over 300 people attending. Our special guest was 
Marsha Spradlin of Mobile, Alabama. Miss Spradlin is known for the 
writing and leadership in prayer retreats, seminars, and spiritual 
conferences. Her book, Transformed One Winter , touched thousands and is 
now in its second printing. Miss Spradlin brought a challenging message. 
She was honored at a reception and participated in an autograph party. 



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Baptist men and women who attended this wonderful meeting are still 
talking about the impact that she made on them. 

.... Gus and Peggy Lara are dedicated servants of the Lord in their ministry 
to Hispanics. WMO was asked to help fill migrant worker kits which 
included band-aids, washcloths, toothpaste, toothbrushes, deodorant, 
shaving cream, razor blades, razors, shampoo, gospel tracts, hand lotion, 
etc. We were overwhelmed by the generosity of the different churches 
that participated in the distribution of the health kits for these 
migrant workers. Several hundred migrant worker kits were filled. 

.... A joint effort between Missions Development, Brotherhood, and WMU enjoyed 
a fun-filled day on Saturday, May 18, 1991 at Myrtle Grove Baptist 
Church. Bar-B-Que, hot dogs, and homemade desserts were served and 
plenty of fun for the whole family as everyone saw the variety of 
programs that the Association has to offer. 

.... Besides the Mission Action projects already named, donations were made 
by WMU's in the WBA churches to benefit the Hospital Hospitality House, 
the Yahweh Center, Good Shepherd House, Domestic Violence Shelter, 
Children's Clothes Closet, International Seaman's Service Center, Rescue 
Mission of Cape Fear, and Baptist Children's Homes of N.C. The needs 
of these ministries continue all year. WMU is proud to continue the 
spirit of giving as we minister to the needs of the different agencies. 

.... Two Associational WMU leaders attended WMU Week at Ridgecrest in July. 
Six members of the Associational WMU Council attended the State 
Leadership Training Conference at Camp Caraway June 14-15. Ten members 
of the Associational WMU Council attended the State Workshop at Wallace 
on August 10. These meeting were held to get our leaders ready for 
Leadership Training Conference that was held in September. 

Called and Accountable is the emphasis for the upcoming year, 1991-92. 
We have been called to be God's people. We are committed to His call and are 
accountable to Him. Accountability relates to our personal commitment to 
accept or do what we feel God has called us to dol In offering ourselves for 
service as an Associational WMU Council Member, we are committing ourselves to 
God and to each other. The 1991-92 watchword is: "But when the Holy Spirit 
comes upon you, you will be filled with power, and will be witnesses for me in 
Jerusalem, in all of Judea and Samaria, and to the ends of the earth", (Acts 
1:8 TEV). As an officer in the Wilmington Baptist Associational WMU, we have 
accepted an important position in our Association and in North Carolina. It 
takes all of us doing what we feel God has called us to do — working together- 
(churches, associations and state) laboring together with God. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Catherine Sneeden, Director 



BROTHERHOOD COUNCIL 

We had a great Brotherhood year in the WBA. Some of our many events and 
activities were as follows: 

.... Our annual overnight campout for R.A.'s was held at Masonboro Baptist 
Church in October 1990. 

.... Father/Son Banquet was held in October. 

.... Men in Missions Day was held January 26, 1991 at Freedom Baptist Church 
with a Prayer Breakfast for men and women. A dinner that evening was 

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held for Healthcare Missions. Doctors, Dentist, Nurses and other 
healthcare people were among those attending. 

.... A Royal Ambassador Track Meet was held at Hoggard High School in March. 

.... Baptist Men's Rally was held at Myrtle Grove Baptist Church along with 
a Missions Fair. 

.... The Pine Derby Tournament was held in September at the First Baptist 
Church Activities Building. Our Association has two Pine Derby Race 
Tracks and we encourage our churches to use them. 

.... Baptist Men were involved in work projects in Brazil, Bear Branch and a 
trailer at Kure Beach for Resort Ministries. 

.... The Red Caboose was in good use for several Bible Schools this summer. 

We would like to see a revival in all our churches led by our lay people 
this coming year and supported by our pastors. 

Respectfully submitted, 
J. P. McGinn: a, Director 



PERSONNEL COMMITTEE 

We now have a full complement in the association staff consequently the 
work of the Personnel Committee has been very minimal during the current year. 
We have done a review of staff benefits. It came to our attention that the 
staff benefit package had not been produced in writing and we will be making 
a written recommendation regarding this matter. The Personnel Committee will 
also assist our Director in review staff performance. 

The Personnel Committee consists of J. David Stewart, Janet Hawkins, 
Dorothy Moore, Jim Mott, Ray Richardson, and John Scalf. 

Respectfully submitted, 

J. David Stewart, Chairperson 



ORDINATION ADVISORY COUNCIL 

The Ordination Advisory Council met only once during the year and was for 
the purpose of examining Steve Hughes as to his call to the Music Ministry. 
This request came to the council from the Freedom Baptist Church. Upon a close 
examination of the candidate, the Ordination Advisory Council recommended that 
the Freedom Baptist proceed with his ordination. 

Respectfully submitted, 
A. L. McGee, Chairman 



PASTORAL COUNSELING CENTER 

The Pastoral Counseling Center is off to a good start. Dr. Mac Wallace 
began counseling sessions officially on September 9, 1991 on Monday and Tuesday 
of each week. It now appears that additional days will have to be scheduled 
to accommodate those requesting to see Dr. Wallace. We do anticipate that his 
services will be required full-time here on or before the first of 1992. 

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The Wilmington Baptist Association is responsible for providing adequate 
facilities which includes space, telephone, power, furniture and in addition 
clerical help while the office is open. This is a ministry that we are 
providing for our area to assure that we have available Christian counselors 
for those needing counseling. Each church of the association is encouraged to 
place In the budget an amount at least equal to one dollar per member for the 
Counseling Center. Your appreciation will be a great assistance to this very 
vital ministry. 

The Nominating Committee is currently working to establish a Board of 
Directors to guide and supervise this ministry. 

Respectfully submitted, 

J. David Stewart, Chairperson 

SUNDAY SCHOOL ASS I STEAM 

It has been a great year for Sunday School in the Wilmington Baptist 
Association. The AssisTeam has had the opportunity to go into many churches 
and present the new age-group books, "BreakThrough: Sunday School Work." Every 
workshop and conference was well attended. The kick-off meeting at Wrlghtsboro 
Baptist gave a boost to most of the churches in the Association. This meeting 
was followed by a repeat conference at Winter Park and Pine Valley. 

October 1991 is the launch date for the Baptist Sunday School Board's 
improved literature. A one-night literature workshop was held at Wrightsboro 
Baptist to prepare for this. The literature offers a BREAKTHROUGH In 
evangelism, enrollment, teaching, learning, and ministry through the Sunday 
School . 

A highlight of the year was the Pastor, Ministers of Education, and 
Sunday School Director's Banquet held at Winter Park in September. Dr. Dan 
Griffin, Pastor of Snyder Memorial in Fayetteville, brought a challenging 
message concerning the role of the Sunday School and AssisTeam members share 
interesting Information from their age groups. 

The Vacation Bible School Clinic was held at Poplar Grove Plantation with 
a Country-Western flair with age-group workshops following at Scotts Hill 
Baptist. 

About 400 officers and teachers in the Association have availed 
themselves to opportunities of leadership provided by the WBA AssisTeam this 
year . 

As we look to 1991-1992, may we continue to be aware that we need a 
BREAKTHROUGH In understanding and carrying out the mission given to the church. 
In His power, we can experience BREAKTHROUGH. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Katherine Godwin, Director 



YOUTH COUNCIL 

This has been a good year for the Youth of the Wilmington Baptist 
Association. The following activities and events were held this year for all 
our churches to participate in: 

May - NewSong Concert - Contemporary Christian Concert held at UNCW with 

attendance of approximately 300 people. Several decisions for Christ 



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were made that night. 
.... September 28-29 - Associatlonal Youth Retreat at the North Carolina 
Baptist Assembly at Fort Caswell. Brian Ball was the speaker/musician 
for the retreat. This year's theme was "My Place In This World." The 
attendance was 200 and we had a tremendous time of Christian growth and 
fellowship. 

.... November, 1991 - We will have an Associatlonal Youth Lock-In at the YMCA. 
All churches are encourage to attend. The Baptist Student Union will be 
helping with recreation and devotion. Featured guest speaker will be 
Mark Templeman, Christian Mime Artist. 

The Wilmington BaptiBt Association Youth Council strives to offer 
Christian ministry and fellowship to our area churches and community at large. 
More participation from the churches is encourage and needed. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Vance Midgett, Director 



MEDIA CENTER 

This past year has seen several changes for the Media Room. First, it 
was moved to the room adjoining the copier/work area. The contents were then 
examined and old materials discarded. Tapes, slides, and equipment were 
numbered and filed in related sections. Plans are in the making for repair and 
updating those articles in need. 

There is an urgent need for new books, tapes and manuals that will be 
used this year in the work of the Association. It is hoped that over the next 
few years, the Media Center will become one of the most widely used functions 
of the Association. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Louise Fisher, Director 



MUSIC COUNCIL 

On February 7, 1991, the first annual Accompanist Appreciation Banquet 
was held at Wrightsboro Baptist Church. In attendance was ninety Ministers of 
Music, Pastors and Accompanist. Dr. Jim Good from Southeastern Seminary 
challenged us with a message and inspired us with his mini concert. This was 
the first of three exciting events the Music Council sponsored during the past 
year. 

September 20, 1991, eleven children's choir workers gathered at Temple 
Baptist Church and were led by Sandy Rushing in a Leadership Workshop. This 
was followed on September 21, 1991, by an Older Children's Choir Festival which 
was also held at Temple. There were thirty children, nine children choir 
leaders and twelve spectators in attendance at this event which ended with a 
concert by the children. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Peggy Croom, Director 



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ESL - English as a Second Language 



During the past year ESL tutorB have ministered to about sixty-eight (68) 
students from twenty-three (23) countries in the classes taught at Winter Park 
Baptist Church on Wednesday mornings and evenings, and on Sunday mornings. 
Other classes were taught on Sunday at Calvary and Ogden Churches. Thirteen 
(13) tutors were involved at Winter Park, while several others tutor in the 
public schools or privately. Our tutors are often involved in ministry other 
than teaching, such as celebrating happy occasions, sharing during times of 
grief, and helping with everyday living situations that the students face - 
making doctor's appointments, filling out job applications, shopping and other 
ministries as needed. 

We rejoiced with three students who gained American citizenship - two 
Chinese and on Canadian. 

In March, six students entertained the "Keenagers" of Winter Park Baptist 
Church at their meeting, telling them something about their countries and about 
how they are involved in Conversational English classes. 

Each week the Baptist Women of Winter Park Baptist church serve 
refreshments during the break and at Christmas prepare a wonderful luncheon for 
students and tutors. At Thanksgiving, Christmas and Easter the Pastor presents 
a short message to the students. 

Our slightly different name (formerly ESOL) came about because the vast 
majority of both professional and volunteer-based institutions, organizations, 
authors, and teachers are using ESL. Thus, we are "keeping up with the times." 
Our Conversational English classes are still taught in the same manner, using 
the same sources of materials, including the Bible. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Gladys Baker, Director 



CONSTITUTION AND BY-LAWS COMMITTEE 

The year of 1990-1991 has been one in which the need for major changes 
to the Constitution and By-Laws of the Wilmington Baptist Association has been 
realized. These recommended changes have been developed to bring the wording, 
functions, and description of the ministries of the Association into focus with 
the 1990' s. 

Assisting the committee in this undertaking has been our Director of 
Missions, the North Carolina Baptist Convention, other Associations, and most 
of all Rev. Paul Nix. Brother Nix has given hours of labor for this project. 
Without his insight and commitment, thiB work would not have been accomplished 
for approval this year. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Melvin Hall, Chairperson 



EVANGELISM COUNCIL 

This past year the Wilmington Baptist Association held a One-Day 
Evangelism Conference at Calvary Baptist Church on the 18th of February 1991. 
There were many outstanding local ministers challenging our Association on the 
"Stirring The Fires For Witnessing And Giving." Our keynote speaker was Rev. 
Freddie Haynes, Pastor of Friendship West, Dallas, Texas, who Inspired us to 
work harder in the field. 



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A meeting was held with mass evangelist and Oklahoma State Evangelism 
Director, Wayne Briatow, for the purpose of planning an area-wide crusade. 
That crusade is now projected for the Spring of 1993. 

We have also promoted Church Revivals, Lay Witness Revivals, and Lay 
Renewals. It is our sincere hope that churches will seek to reach new people 
and we want to work with Church Extension in helping new churches to get 
started . 

The Association was divided into six areas with a team leader for each 
area. Each team leader was urged to be alert to the needs of his area. 

Work with us and pray with us as we seek to build evangelical fires. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Onree T. Fisher, Chairperson 



SEMINARY EXTENSION. (COUNCIL ON HIGHER EDUCATION) 

We had two successful Seminary Extension Courses in the past year. Rev. 
Oscar Holland taught "Contemporary Preaching" with four enrolled, and Rev. Phil 
Rivenbark taught "Directing Music in a Small Church" with eight enrolled. 

This year we will offer several new courses. These will be publicized 
as soon as the courses are selected and teachers enlisted. We need ten persons 
enrolled for each course and the help of our pastors and other church leaders 
are needed to accomplish this. 

Remember, for the most inexpensive and the most beneficial Christian 
education you cannot beat your local Seminary Extension. Call the 
Associational Offices or your Director for information. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Vincent G. Wall, Chairperson 



DISCIPLESHIP TRAINING COUNCIL 

When the Wilmington Baptist Association adopted the Metro-Thrust goals, 
it gave Discipleship Training the proverbial "shot-in-the-arm. " No church can 
effectively develop strategies to reach these goals without adequate training. 
This is where the Associational discipleship program comes in. 

The Associational DT team is available to assist and provide training 
events for all our churches. Several opportunities were offered in and around 
the area. 

In November, "M Night" was held at Murray Memorial with several in 
attendance. Age-group leaders explained changes in the record keeping system 
and offered help to participants in developing training strategies. 

The Doctrine of Lordship study was conducted at Riley's Creek in 
February. John Kuespert, A Home Missionary from Milbury, Massachusetts, taught 
the conference. 

In September, the state provided a Youth Leaders Listening Session at the 
Flagship Restaurant in Wilmington. This conference was designed to give youth 
workers a chance to ask questions and receive guidance for the challenge of 
youth ministry. 



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The new year will see new faces on the ADDT team. I hope we can provide 
some meaningful and informative conferences to help your church disciple its 
members. Pray for our team as we serve the WBA churches this year. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Eddie Davis, Director 
Ephesians 4:11-12 

MISSION FURLOUGH FACILITY COMMITTEE 

Our furlough residence continues to be a blessing to both our 
missionaries and our Association. Robert and Linda Plummer, missionaries in 
the Dominican Republic lived in our residence from April 1990 to April 1991. 

In August, 1991, Tom and Susan Canady, missionaries to Honduras, arrived 
and will live in the missionary house for one year. They have three children, 
a son at NC State, a daughter at Chowan, and another daughter at Trask Middle 
School . 

The facility is booked with missionaries until 1999 with only one year 
vacant at the present time during this period. He are especially thrilled that 
we have missionaries returning for more than one term of furlough to live in 
our community. 

During the year, a dishwasher was added to the facility and a ceiling fan 
was installed in the den which was donated by Souths ide Baptist Church. 

We continue to encourage our churches to expose our missionaries to their 
churches and allow our missionaries to bless them as we try to be a blessing 
to them. 

The house, as all houses, requires continual maintenance. We would 
encourage our churches to make this ministry a part of their budget or take a 
small offering on its behalf. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Yvonne R. Lewis, Chairperson 



BAPTIST STUDENT UNION 

Baptist Student Union doubled in number during the 1990-1991 school year. 
Two separate weekly meetings are held to reach more students and accommodate 
class schedules. A third group of college students was organized in January 
1991 at Cape Fear Community College. Five students were enrolled. 

Thin year's emphasis was outreach, discipleship and missions. Weekly 
meetings and retreats were planned with these themes in mind. 

The following activities and events were held from October 1990 through 
September 1991: 

FALL ACTIVITIES: 

.... 13 students led games and devotionals at the Associational Youth Retreat 
at Fort Caswell 

.... An outreach team to churches was organized with 5 teams of 5 students 
each 

A Fall Retreat for the BSU students was held at Topsail Island in 

November 



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Rocky Myrick was selected as Associate BSU Director to assist Carlene 
Evans with the growing BSU programs 



.... A candlelight Christmas service for UNCW students was held at St. 

Matthew 'b Lutheran Church led by the three campus ministers and the local 

church Associate Pastor 
.... Trip to the Charlotte Coliseum to see Sandi Patti, Rues Taff, the 

Imperials and others in concert 
.... Helped put together "exam study kits" for freshmen students 

WINTER 

The Winter of 1991 began with the addition of a new group of students 
from Cape Fear Community College, on January 22, 1991, five students were 
enrolled. Two of the students joined the UNCW Monday night group meeting. 
Cape Fear meetings were held in the Mary Slocumb Room in the campus library. 
BSU at UNCW continued to grow in number and had 55 enrolled during the Winter 
months. 

WINTER ACTIVITIES : 

.... Winter Retreat to Fort Caswell with the Pembroke State University BSU. 
The theme was "The Quest For Intimacy," held January 25-27, 1991 

.... BSU member along with Rocky Myrick, took members of the Boy's Club to a 
basketball game 

.... The outreach team organized in the Fall was trained in February 1991 to 
share in churches 

.... BSU hosted a fellowship night in one of the UNCW residence halls 

Set up a BSU table at High School Visitation Day at UNCW 

.... Attended a State Campus Ministers Conference in Black Mountain 
SPRING ACTIVITIES : 

.... Outreach team helped lead a youth fellowship at Winter Park Baptist 
Church 

.... Two fund raisers (car wash and yard sale) earned $476.20 for summer 
missions and local BSU expenses 

.... BSU Spring Conference was held April 5-7 at Camp Caraway in Asheboro 

.... Six students were elected as officers for BSU: Les Rutt (President), 

Tikki Henderson (V.P.), Christy Gibson ( Secretary /Treasurer ) , Traci 
Batten (Program Director), John Griffin (Christian Growth Leader), and 
Gina Murray (Outreach Leader) 

.... Outreach team spoke in 4 churches 

.... Cape Fear BSU continued through May with 5 students 
SUMMER ACTIVITIES I 

.... A used van was purchased from Wilmington First Baptist for BSU students 
.... 10 BSU summer school students met for Bible Study during June 



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.... A BSU display table wae set up for 3 Freshmen Orientation Sessions 
.... Letters went out in July to BSU prospects 

.... 56 students attended the back to school boat cruise and cookout on 
August 22. Classes began August 23. 

.... Volleyball tournament for missions was held Sept. 14 at Campbell 
University 

.... A group of BSU students worked at the Day Shelter for the HomelesB (Good 
Shepherd House) 

At the writing of this report, BSU enrollment increased from 56 to 97 in 
just 4 weeks. It is great to be a part of a growing and exciting Baptist 
Student Union, which includes spiritual growth as well as in numbers. Pray for 
the students at UNCW and Cape Fear Community College that their lives will be 
more focused on Christ. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Carlene C. Evans, Baptist Campus Minister 



ASSOCIATIONAL MISSIONS DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL 

As you will see from the reports that follow, this has been a good 
exciting year in missions development. We do missions together with God in a 
great variety of ways and places. We would encourage every church to become 
involved. Your Associational Missions Development Council awaits your call to 
help your church with organization and resources. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Paul C. Nix, Director 



COMPONENT REPORTS I 



LANGUAGE MISSIONS COUNCIL 

INTERNATIONAL NIGHT OF FRIENDSHIP 

The Ninth Annual International Night of Friendship was held on September 
7, 1991, from six to nine o'clock at the First Baptist Church Activities 
Building. There were approximately 250 present. This included 195 
Internationals from 24 countries. 

Delicious food from many countries and entertainment provided by 4 
national groups helped make thiB a most enjoyable evening. We would like to 
express heart-felt gratitude to the sponsoring churches, pastors, staff 
members, and many dedicated lay people that made this evening possible. We are 
already making plans for our tenth celebration on September 26, 1992. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Mary Margaret Brooks, Chairperson 



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CHINESE FELLOWSHIP 



The Chinese Fellowship is held at Calvary Baptist church every 2nd and 
4th Saturday of each month. There are 25 Chinese families in regular 
attendance (about 50 persona). Calvary folks and the Chinese friends enjoy a 
time of sharing foods from their respective country. This is followed by 
various types of programs. The Gospel is presented in many ways at each 
meeting, exposing the Chinese to Christ. We praise the Lord that during this 
year there has been one convert I 

It is the desire of the Chinese Committee to call a Chinese pastor in the 
very near future. 

At this time, we are beginning an English class on Wednesday evening for 
a new family who has just arrived from Hong-Kong. 

Please give your prayer support to this special ministry. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Katherine Godwin, Chinese Director 

HISPANIC MISSIONS 

We had a wonderful year. We had 18 saved, one baptized, and one joined 
by letter. We had a Medical Mission in May and we saw 122 patients. They saw 
one of four doctors or all four. We had three dentist and dental hygienist 
that worked very hard. The doctors were Dr. Chris Blake, Dr. Ben Smith, and 
Dr. Charles Biggerstaff . The medical doctors were Dr. Mary Frankos and Dr. Bob 
Swann. The Optometrist was Dr. Don Whittemore. Suzanne McCarthy, Jessie 
Rogers, Mary Margaret Brooks, and Gus planned the clinic. It was held at 
Riley's Creek Baptist Church. We would like to thank all the churches who made 
the medical clinic successful and Riley's Creek Baptist Church for allowing the 
Medical Bus and Clinic to be held there. 

This year we had our first Vacation Bible School for the migrant workers 
and it was held at Riley's Creek Baptist Church and was conducted by Wendy 
Sapp. 

We had three picnics this summer. Calvary Baptist Church sponsored the 
Christmas Party and about 100 attended. 

Also, we would like to thank the churches in the Wilmington Baptist 
Association for their donations of bread, cakes, clothes, migrant kits, food 
for clinic, and medicine. 

We would like to thank Lake Forest Baptist Church for the use of their 
church building for Sunday School and English classes held each Thursday night 
from 7:00-10:00 p.m., refreshments, and clothes donated by the church. 

We would like to thank Long Creek Baptist Church for their support and 
help they given us for the past eight years. 

Most of all we give God the glory, honor, and praise for the 40 to 50 
attending each Sunday and all the blessings that has been ours as your 
missionaries to the Hispanic for eight years. We thank God for you and we hope 
to serve you and our Lord for as long as we live, sharing the Gospel of Jesus 
to our 17 nations Spanish speaking who have never heard the Gospel or read the 
Bible. 

Respectfully submitted. 

Rev. Aguatine and Peggy Lara, Lake Forest and Long Creek Hispanic 



JAPANESE FELLOWSHIP 



Winter Park Baptist Church and the N.C. Baptist State Convention are now 
reaching out to 9 Japanese families, seven Japanese wives who are married to 
Americans and two Japanese UNCW students in the Wilmington area. 

Three Japanese Fellowship meetings have been held at Winter Park Baptist 
Church with Rev. and Mrs. Yushushi Tomono leading in Bible Study. Miss 
Virginia Highfill, retired missionary from Japan, has alBo assisted in the 
fellowship meetings. Refreshments have been furnished by the Baptist Women and 
their families. Attendance and interest in these fellowship meetings by the 
Japanese has been good. 

The monthly Bible Study for Japanese wives held in the homes of Baptist 
Women of Winter Park, has expanded to include other International wives from 
Norway, Austria, Taiwan, Laos, Germany and Thailand. We have had an average 
of five wives in attendance as we have completed our study of the book of Mark 
and have begun the book of John. Miss Highfill was with us for two of these 
studies . 

The Japanese families, dressed in their traditional kimonos, added much 
to the festivities of our Annual International Night as they presented a 
Japanese folk dance and sang "If you're happy and you know it" in Japanese. 
Hiss Virginia Highfill introduced the Japanese. 

Enrolled in the weekly Wednesday morning English classes and Bible 
Studies at Winter Park are seven Japanese wives. 

Baptist woman, Mary Ellen Benton, continues weekly Bible Study for her 
Japanese student in her home. The monthly cooking class, led by Sally 
MacCallum, continues to be a highlight for the Japanese wives. 

We praise the Lord for what He is doing among our Japanese friends and 
thank all those who participate in making this ministry possible. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Sally Lennon 

KOREAN MISSION 

Our Korean Mission has its first full-time Pastor, Rev. Tae Ku Lee. Rev. 
Lee was born in Seoul, Korea. He is married to Jeony Ok Lee and they have five 
children, three boys and one girl. Rev. Lee is a U.S. Citizens. He has 
pastored two churches in Korea and three in the U.S. Hia last church was in 
Rockville, Maryland before being called by the Ogden Korean Mission. 

The Korean Mission has worship service on Sunday morning at 11:00 a.m., 
Wednesday at 7:00 p.m., and Saturday at 6:30 a.m. We have seen an increase 
in membership and offering since his arrival. Rev. Lee also visits the Korean 
people of Wilmington. The Korean church is running 30 to 35 in attendance at 
the present time with great potential in growth. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Craig Register, Chairperson 



CHRISTIAN SOCIAL MINISTRIES COUNCIL 

The Christian Social Ministries Council has met regularly this year 
planning, coordinating and evaluating ministries that touch people in their 
needs, both spiritual and physical. 

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Like the tentacles of an octopus we have reached out in all directions- 
-through the bloodmobile, the children's clothes closet, literacy, family 
assistance, senior adult ministry, the physically handicapped and inner city 
ministries. Other ministries Include the Rescue Mission of Cape Fear, after 
school and day care, a beginning work with the homeless, and week day/summer 
work. 

Our CCM Director, Mary Margaret Brooks, has assisted us in every way 
possible. This we appreciate and are indebted to her for her leadership. 

We hope to improve and function more effectively in every area in the 
coming year as we press on in the name of and for the sake of Jesus Christ, our 
Lord and Savior. 

We covet your prayers and solicit your cooperation as we minister. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Ralph Holt, Jr., Director 



CAPE FEAR LITERACY COUNCIL 

The Cape Fear Literacy Council continues to be one of the largest 
volunteer literacy councils in the state. Last year over 400 students were 
served by 340 volunteers. Thirteen training workshops were held in which 173 
new tutors were certified. Over 50,000 volunteer hourB were donated, of which 
19,000 were one-on-one tutoring hours. 

The family literacy project, Read to Me, Mama, at Lake Forest Baptist 
Church, continues to be successful. A second Read to Me, Mama program was 
started in September in Pender County. 

A support group for students meetB weekly and has become a strong force 
within the Council. 

Our thanks to the WBA for their continuing support of this program. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Billie Granger, Director 



INNER CITY MINISTRY 

In April 1991, Greenfield Baptist Church, First Baptist Church, 
Wilmington, Providence Baptist Church, Charlotte and the Baptist State 
Convention committed themselves to the ministry needs of Wilmington's urban 
populace . 

Under the supervision of Rev. Stacy Wells, our Inner City Ministry has 
built upon existing ministries and created addition ministries to better serve 
the cities urban population. These ministries include: 

.... Homebound Ministries - serving the senior adults in the Nesbitt 
Courts Housing Project. This ministry provides two weekday 
devotions, counseling, transportation, visitation, groceries, 
friendship, large print Bibles and reading materials, and house 
cleaning assistance. 

.... Street Ministry - Evangelism, counseling, groceries, transportation 
and visitation to the cities unchurched. 



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.... Backyard Bible Clubs - We have conducted BBC in housing projects, 
mobile home parks, and other urban neighborhoods. 

.... Children's Weekday Bible Study - Once a week in Nesbitt Courts and 
Jervay Housing Projects. 

After School Reading Club - Once a week in Nesbitt Courts. 

.... After School Tutoring Program - Twice a week in Jervay. 

.... Jobs Club Program - Greenfield church provided their fellowship 
hall to the Dept. of Social Services as a convenient location to 
launch this program to help meet the needs of their clientB. 

.... Participated in an Urban Ministry seminar at Ridgecrest. 

.... Bicycle Outreach - Greenfield church collects and repairs old 
bicycles which are distributed to needy children. 

.... Alcoholic Ministry - counseling and enrolling alcoholics in A. A. 

.... Grocery Ministry - Providing groceries in crisis situations to 
Senior adults and families with children. 

.... Counseling - provided to the urban poor and the unchurched. 

.... Transportation - transportation ia provided to senior citizens and 
the working poor to the grocery store, hospitals, doctors 
appointments and pharmacies. 

.... Medical Dental Van - supported the WBA in ministering to the 
Hispanic population and the clients of the Good Shepherd House. 

.... Spoke in several churches about urban ministry. 

In addition to those sponsoring this ministry, we've received a warm 
welcome from many of our sister churches and the WBA. The WBA has been 
instrumental in helping this ministry grow by providing available resources and 
has been a tremendous spiritual encourager. This support along with the 
support of other Christian congregations has allowed us to minister effectively 
in the name of Jesus Christ. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Jeffery L. Brooks, Inner City Minister 



BLOODMOBILE 

Our Annual WBA Bloodmobile, in conjunction with the American Red Cross, 
was held on January 22, 1991, at Pine Valley Baptist Church. 

Twenty-two of our churches participated. We had 209 persons presenting - 
40 deferred - 169 units collected. 4 plasma and 28 first times donors. 

Pine Valley Baptist Church came in 1st followed by Murray Memorial and 
Wrightsboro. Congratulations I 

The Red Cross sent a letter of appreciation to our Bloodmobile Council. 



Our Council wishes to thank every volunteer who helped to make this an 
honor year. 

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The Bloodmobile Drive at Surf City was a big success. Shirley Horn, area 
coordinator, reported that for the first time, over 50 units were collected. 
The goal was 35 units. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Laura Spivey, Director 

PHYSICALLY HANDICAPPED 

As the Director of the Wilmington Baptist Association for the physically 
handicapped, I would like to tell you, with joy, some of the things we are 
doing . 

We have a group that has started in Wilmington, called "The National 
Association of the Physical Handicap." They are getting the handicap involved 
with each other, by having socials, doing community projects, talking and going 
to people who will help get more curb cuts, wheelchairs in our shopping centers 
and stores, having cross-walks on our roads for the blind, where there has 
never been one. 

I have never been around so many people that are full of fun, 
friendliness and loves. 

Come and join usl 

Respectfully submitted, 
Dixie Riley, Director 



CHURCH EXTENSION COUNCIL 

A meeting was held on Friday, October 5th with the Church Extension and 
Church Review Council and the Pastor and representatives of Victory Baptist 
Church to consider their petition to the Wilmington Baptist Association to be 
accepted as a full participating Baptist member of the Association. There was 
a review of its programs, finances, statement of doctrine and faith, and 
included a verbal interview with those present. It is the opinion of the 
Church Review and Church Extension Council that Victory Baptist Church is in 
compliance with expectations and we recommend that they be accepted as a fully 
participating member. They have been serving as a mission under the watchcare 
of Murray Memorial Baptist Church previously. Thank you Murray Memorial for 
your interest and work. 

Secondly, Pastor Greg Noland appeared representing the Evangelistic 
Baptist Church presently meeting in the community building on Pine Street, 
Winter Park. They have stated their desire to be a Southern Baptist Church and 
request affiliation with the Wilmington Baptist Association as a member. The 
review of papers submitted and the verbal interview along with a statement of 
doctrine were found to be acceptable. Both the Church Review and Church 
Extension Council voted unanimously to recommend that this embodiment of 
believers be accepted as a Wilmington Baptist Association participating member, 
under the watchcare of the Wilmington Baptist Association for minimum period 
of one (1) year. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Bill Oaks, Director 



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VOLUNTEERISM COUNCIL 



SAO PAULO. BRAZIL 

Let me start off by saying "THANKS VOLUNTEERS" . So many don't know there 
has been a total of 114 volunteers that has been to Sao Paulo, Brazil. Many 
of these 114 has made more than one trip. We still have one year (1992) left, 
so lets rally together and send all that will go. NEEDS .... Builders , VBS 
Teachers, Sport Players, Medical, and Evangelism Teams. 

BEAR BRANCH BAPTIST CHURCH 

Thanks to all of the volunteers who went to Bear Branch and helped to lay 
those bricks. We put out a plead and had good brick masons to show up and 
help. 

WAYNESVILLE, OHIO AND DAYTON. OHIO 

The Home Mission Board (Christian Service Corps) newsletter needed 
volunteers to go to Ohio to help with finish work. Four couples from the 
Wilmington Baptist Association went for two weeks to do finish work. Thanks 
Volunteers. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Sarah Taylor, Director 



INTER-FAITH WITNESS COUNCIL 

The purpose of Inter-Faith Witness Council 1b to serve the WBA churches 
in two ways: 

(1) To raise awareness of other religions and how to relate and share 
the gospel with these people. 

(2) To provide a network of support resources for churches upon 
request . 

The Council haB grown to add the following perBons equipped in inter- 
faith work: 

Dr. Mike Moore Bob Bowman Mike Taylor 

The Council can serve in the areas of Mormonism, Jehovah Witnesses, 
Occult, New Age, and World Religions. This past year the Council was called 
upon by individuals from two churches. 

The work of the Council is important to the WBA churches, not only to 
witness to those in other religions, but also in presenting the loss of our 
Baptists to these religious groups. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Hal Bilbo, Director 



CHRISTIAN LIFE AND PUBLIC AFFAIRS COUNCIL 

We have achieved some of our goals for the year, but we have a challenge 
before us to educated our people on moral issues. We have new goals for the 
new year and hope for more involvement from our Associational churches. 
Included in our activities for the past year are as follows: 

.... November 1 - A retreat on moral issues was held at the North Carolina 
Baptist Assembly at Fort Caswell with Doug Cole as the speaker. 

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.... January 16, 1991 - We met with the New Hanover County Health Department 
on aex education in the schools. 

.... January 23, 1991 - Legislative Seminar in Raleigh 

.... January 26, 1991 - Prayer Breakfast at Freedom Baptist Church 

January 31, 1991 - Christian Life and Public Affairs Planning Meeting 

.... February 27, 1991 - Criminal Justice Day in Raleigh 

.... March 12, 1991 - Participated in the Association Missions Fair Planning 
Meeting 

.... April 1, 1991 - Outreach for Missions Fair planning meeting 
.... April 6, 1991 - Prayer Breakfast with local legislators on lottery at 
Freedom Baptist church 

.... April 25, 1991 - General Assembly in Raleigh learning about the mechanics 
of legislation 

.... May 1, 1991 - Missions Outreach meeting 

May 18, 1991 - Helped with the Missions Fair and Pig Pickin at Myrtle 

Grove Baptist Church 

.... August 21, 1991 - Went to Forest Hills Baptist Church in Burgaw to 
explain the work Christian Life and Public Affairs is involved in 

In addiction to the above we have been active in letter writing in an 
effort to make an impression on people who have influence to effect public 
policies on moral issues. 

Respectfully submitted, 

C. L. "Doc" Holliday, Director 



CHAPLAINCY COUNCIL, 

CORRECTIONAL MINISTRIES 

The Prison Ministry in the New Hanover Unit of Wilmington continues to 
be a rewarding, busy, ongoing experience. This year, there has been 312 Bible 
Study sessions, 278 regular protestant worship services, one (1) seven day 
revival, with 64 first time commitments to Christ as Lord and Savior, and 119 
recommitments to Christ. Also 17 baptisms. 

There is at least one religious activity scheduled at the center chapel 
every day of the week except Monday, which is reserved for Yokefellows 
activity. 

Presently there is construction of a major dorm enlargement going on at 
the prison. Prior to commencement of this, we also had two (2) Saturday 
services which since, has been scaled down to one (1). We still have two (2) 
worship services each Sunday. Construction of additional dorms is scheduled 
for completion about the end of December at which time the population will 
increase by a minimum of 100 inmates. 

Soon we will be needing additional interested persons that would be 
qualified to assist in a daytime video - teaching ministry. 



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Finally, we continue to experience a short-fall of funds. We need 
Bibles, hymn books, greeting cards (all types) this also would include 
Christmas Cards for the inmates. A $5.00 weekly contribution is badly needed 
from each church and mission of the Association overcome this problem. The 
briefing team is still available to visit the churches with information and 
slides so requesting. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Bill Oaks, Director 



CHURCH AND COMMUNITY MINISTRIES 

I would like to express my appreciation to the volunteers and staff of 
the Wilmington Baptist Association for the love, patience and prayer support 
provided during my first year as Church and Community Ministries Director. It 
has been a joy and privilege to work for you and with you. Each day has been 
filled with exciting challenges and new learning experiences. I am so grateful 
for the opportunity to serve the Lord in this wonderful association. 

Team effort has been the key to any achievement. To each volunteer, I 
send a verbal bouquet of roses along with the of Paul in Philippians 1:3, "I 
thank God upon every remembrance of you." 

Next year as we celebrate the two hundredth anniversary of the words of 
Williams Carey to his association, words which launched the modern missionary 
movement, let us accept his challenge to "expect great things from God, and 
attempt great things for God." 

Thank you for the opportunity to highlight some of the experiences of the 
past year. 

Through family assistance we were able to give emergency aid to about 600 
people. We met a great variety of needs, including help with food, medicine, 
utilities, eyeglasses, gasoline, ambulatory surgery, bus tickets, car problems, 
household items, shoes and overnight lodging. 

Dr. Hal Bilbo and I supervised two Church and Community Ministries Summer 
Missionaries. Mike Taylor and Suzi Hoi combe, witnessed in about eighteen 
different settings, to hundred of people. Eleven decisions for Christ were 
made and many seeds were planted for future harvest. 

Inner City Ministries was greatly enhanced by the arrival of Jeff Brooks. 
Under the supervision of the Reverend Stacy Wells at Greenfield Baptist church, 
Jeff has spent many long hours ministering in the inner city. We are greatly 
appreciative of the cooperative support of First Baptist Church and Greenfield 
Baptist Church in Wilmington, Providence Baptist Church in Charlotte, and the 
Baptist State Convention of North Carolina. We in Church and Community 
Ministries have supported Jeff in every way possible and we rejoice in the 
excellent work done. His report can be found in this book. 

Suzanne Brooks (Mrs. Jeff Brooks) served for eight weeks as a CCH Special 
Assistant. During this tenure she provided valuable help with several 
projects. These included compilation of FEMA records, help with several 
Backyard Bible Clubs, beginning a list of volunteers with various talents and 
skills, clerical help with both a migrant pamphlet and with a grant for the 
counseling center. 



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Senior Adult Rallies were held at Winter Park Baptist Church, First 
Baptist of Wilmington, Scotts Hill Baptist Church and Calvary Baptist Church. 
The average attendance was about two hundred. Forty-four people were taken on 
a tour of the Amish Country in Pennsylvania. Paul Bunn assisted in planning 
the activities for this group. 

We have worked cooperatively with Cape Fear Rescue Mission, Domestic 
Violence Shelter, Good shepherd House, Families in Crisis, Wilmington Resident 
Facility, Social Services, United Way, Yahweh House, the Hospitality House of 
the New Hanover Regional Medical Center, and the Seaman's Center. To several 
of these we have delivered many pounds of supplies gathered through the efforts 
of the WMU and individual churches. 

Pam Padgett, associational WMU Mission Action Director, and I have joined 
effortB in promoting many community ministry projects, including a Christmas 
party for 41 foster teenagers. Judy Norris, secretary in the Wilmington 
Baptist Association office, was of great help in securing presents for all the 
teenagers. Catherine Sneeden, Associational WMU Director, and I helped Social 
Services provide refreshments for a party for parents of foster children. The 
churches have generously responded to every call for help. Among items 
collected this year have been school supplies, electric fans, blankets, soap, 
toiletries, household supplies, and health kits for migrants. 

The blood drive was a major success due to the leadership of Laura Spivey 
and her committee. A more detailed report is included at another place in this 
book. 

Language Missions has had a very exciting year. It has been a blessing 
to work with each language group and to experience their enthusiasm and zeal 
for the Lord. In the reports from each component, detailed information will 
be given about each mission. A few of the highlights from this year are the 
calling of Tae Ku Lee, the first full-time Korean Pastor, the first 
medical/dental clinic, and the ninth International Banquet. The visit of the 
Medical/Dental Bus included 122 medical and dental visits, 150 volunteers, and 
13 professions of faith. The ministries to our language groups all have the 
goal of reaching out in love and fellowship so that the name of the Lord Jesus 
Christ might be glorified. The world has come to Wilmington and we are trying 
to win that world to Christ. 

As we look to 1992 in Church and Community Ministries and language 
missions we pray that the Lord will lead us to do His will and accomplish His 
purpose in the Wilmington Baptist Association. 

Also included in this busy year: 

.... Compilation and publication along with Carlene Evans of Assistance 
Directory , to acquaint various church leaders of specific opportunities 
for meeting needs through ministry 

.... Speaking engagements in ten churches and at Hoggard High School 

.... Conferences led: 

WMU Mission Action/Personal Witnessing Conference 
Conference on Family Crisis Assistance 

WMU Fellowship for churches in Pender County, led along with 
Carlene Evans 

"Parenting By Grace" Conference at Burgaw Family Home Improvement 
Conference 



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Member of these Boards: 



Literacy 
Good Shepherd 
Inter-Agency 

.... Conferences attended: 

Church and Community Ministry Retreat 
Evangelism Conference 
Stewardship Conference 

Paul Atkins School of Social Work in Louisville, Ky. 
Home Missions Orientation in Atlanta, Ga. 
Home Missions Week at Ridgecrest, NC 
Family Life Retreat 

Respectfully submitted, 

Mary Margaret Brooks, Director 



RESORT/ LEI SURE MISSIONS 

This was a wonderful year for Resort Missions. Resort Communities are 
increasing in number and size. These communities are by nature transient. 
People come and go in a matter of days, weeks, or months. Much of resort 
ministry work is done outside the four walls of the church, yet it is church- 
based and church centered. Christians must take the gospel to places such as 
the beach, the campgrounds, amusement parks, fair, festivals, marinas, and 
anywhere people gather. Wilmington, North Carolina is a popular area for this 
type of ministry. Due to the increased number of mission youth groups and the 
hard work of five summer missionaries, the 1991 season was very successful. 

The results of our Resort Ministry is as follows: 

Fall and Winter Activities : 

.... Attended a National Resort Ministries Conference at Hilton Head, South 
Carolina on September 24-27 where I led several seminars and also 
received additional training. The theme was "Churches Doing Resort 
Ministries In The 90*s." 

.... Mission Youth Group applications were received and processed for 28 
groups for the summer of 1991. 

.... Spoke in several churches about Resort Missions. 

.... Cooperative Agreements were written for Baptist State Convention. 

.... Rev. Don Horn led Resort Conference at World Missions Conference. 

.... Interviewed prospective summer missionaries at Camp Caraway. Five 
college students were hired. 

.... Attended Associational Missions Development Council meetings. 

.... Participated in a clown ministry at the Davis Nursing Home. 

.... Participated with Don and Shirley Horn in a clown ministry at Centerville 
Baptist Church 



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.... Met with Ray Benton to organize a local Campers on Mission Rally in our 
area. 

SPRING ACTIVITIES 1 

.... Five Pre-Project Training Sessions were led by Carlene Evans for the 28 
mission youth groups assigned to our area. 

.... Marina MiniBtry started of again in the Spring. 

.... A Campers on Mission Rally was held at Rogers Bay Campground at Surf City 
on April 12-14. 

.... The pontoon boat used for the Marina Ministry was entered in the Azalea 
Parade bearing the sign "Sharing God's Love Through Boat Ministry" and 
10 people rode the boat in the parade. 

.... Campground Ministry began for the season on Easter weekend at Rogers Bay 
Campground. 

.... ABSOciational Missions Fair was held in May 
SUMMER ACTIVITIES t 

.... Five Summer Missionaries served in the Wilmington Association Resort 
Ministry: Marianna Dockery , Becky Yarbrough, Jennifer Murray, Felicia 
Sloan and Will Wakefield. 

.... More churches began participating in the Marina Ministry during the 
summer . 

.... Led several conferences at the State Summer Student Orientation at 
Meredith College in Raleigh, NC. 

.... Surf City Baptist Church, First Baptist Carolina Beach, and First Baptist 
Kure Beach continued their summer long resort ministry programs at the 
beaches, campgrounds, and Jubilee Park. 

.... Summer missionaries had a soul-winning conference led by Rev. Don Horn. 

.... Weekly summer staff meetings included a time of Christian growth using 
the survival kit entitled "Living Your Christian Values." 

.... Day Camps, Family Evening Program, special afternoon activities, clown 
and puppet ministry, nursing home visits and ministries in area pre- 
school and VMCA were utilized this summer. 

The WBA Resort/Leisure Missions Council consists of 7 specialized 
positions in addition to the Director of Associational Staff person. All seven 
areas were utilized at different times throughout the year: (Beach Ministry, 
Campground Ministry, Drama/Clowns/Puppet Ministry, Marina Ministry, Hotel/Motel 
Ministry, Special Events; and Campers on Missions. A summary of the numbers 
reached through resort missions in our association during the summer of 1990 
are: 

.... 50 professions of faith 

.... 185 separate day camps with a total of 1719 children 
.... 87 recommitments for Christ 



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.... 3 called into full-time Christian service 

.... 220 family evening programs totaling an audience of 11,161 

.... 90 special afternoon programs reaching 2762 people 

.... 5 summer missionaries 

.... 17 out of state mission youth groups 

.... 11 North Carolina missions youth groups 

Total number of people who heard the Gospel through Resort Missions In 
our area during the summer of 1991 were 15 , 642 , which was over 6,000 more than 
last year due to more groups and more missionaries. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Carlene C. Evans, Director 



DIRECTOR OF MISSIONS 

1990-91 has been another year of progress in Christ service for the 
Wilmington Baptist Association. There seems to be a growing sense of 
fellowship among the churches. This includes a recognition on the part of 
pastors and church leaders, that we need each other and we can do things for 
the Lord together that we can not do apart. There is a sense of mission and 
a new joy. It is being experienced first in the churches and is felt keenly 
within the Association. Although, we have had several pastors to leave, new 
pastors and staff have come and our churches seem to have outstanding and well 
accepted leadership. 

The staff at the WBA is superb. Each staff member knows his or her 
assignment and gives it more than ordinary service. The volunteers and part- 
time staff people are working right along with the full-time staff and together 
we are a team that seeks its strength from the Lord and is doing a great work. 

Probably the most exciting event in the year is the coming of the new 
Counseling Center. The center that opened in September is called North 
Carolina Baptist Hospital Counseling Center at Wilmington is off to an 
excellent start. Early success is marked by a good local board, support of the 
churches, and a God sent Director in Dr. Mac Wallace. 

Remarkable growth in student work is yet another major feature. We now 
have three meetings weekly on two campuses and at the WBA center. Reaching 
students through BS0 and along with the churches will be an increasing 
challenge. 

There is continuing amazement relative to the Brazil project. More than 
130 people have now gone and we have built buildings, provided medical 
services, and reached people through sports, VBS, and revivals etc. We have 
sent people to many states and other countries as well. With the Brazil 
project we are daily seeing that the Association is rich in resources for world 
missions . 

In keeping with our Metro-Thrust Goals, we have kept evangelism at 
forefront of all we do during this past year. Evangelistic Outreach is also 
the undergirding theme for all of our planning. The One Day Evangelistic Rally 
at Calvary on February 18, 1991, was a highlight in 1991. Most churches 
participated and the spirit as well as the content served as motivation for the 
year. A major evangelistic outreach has to do with adding new churches to our 



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Associational family. We have new people all over our area and new churches 
sites have been identified. Language Mission Churches are progressing and will 
become much stronger with this next year. We will be moving forward with new 
churches beginning and perhaps the adoption of some existing churches in 1991- 
1992. 

During this year there has been some remarkable growth in existing 
churches. There has been an effort among Associational leaders to assist many 
of our churches with their programs. The Association is growing in its 
structure and preparedness for helping with church growth. Our Sunday School 
Assist Team directed by Mrs. Katherine Godwin, received national recognition. 

The number of volunteers working with Aaaociational programs is at its 
peak. The quality of these volunteers and their preparedness for helping one 
church Lb a credit to the future of the church and the Association. Yes, 1990- 
91 has been a year of progress. Any person who wants to see good things happen 
or God's people working together have to enter 1991-92 with anticipation and 
excitement . 



Respectfully submitted, 

J. Edwin Bullock, Director of Missions 



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The Association: 




The Word of our God shall stand forever. 

Isaiah 40:8 

66 



WILMINGTON BAP1IST *SSOC 1*1 10ft 
PROPOSED BUDGE ? 1991-1992 



100 MISSION DEVELOPMENT MINISTR IES 
I Mission Development Council 



? language Missions 
A Hispanic Missions 



long Creej and Lake Forest 



B Korean Mission - Ogden 



C Chinese Mission - Calvary 



D Asian Indian Mission 



E I nternational Banquet 

F International Se amen's Service, Inc. 
G ESI 



H Japanese 



I Summer Missionary 



Christian Social Ministries 
A Family Assistance 



6 Summer Miss Ions 



1.500.00 



S ?,500. 00 



c 


Literacy Worker 


1. jno.no 


D 


Programs/Conferences for Social Ministries 


1,000.00 


E 


Rescue Mission of Cape Fear 


2.900 no 


F 


Domestic Violence Shelter and Services, Inc. 


400 no 


G 


Day Shelter for Homeless - Good Shepherd House 


4,00 00 


H 


Ministry to Persons »1th Handicaps 


200 no 




Inner City Ministries 


300 00 


J 


Senior Adul ts 


500 00 


It 


Blood Drive 


ioo oo 



I 13.000 00 



4 Christian Life and Public Affairs 



5 Multiple Housing 



6 Resort/Leisure 
A Summer Workers 



| Ministry Programs 



C Administrative Eipenses & Conferences 



7 Church Expansion Ministries 
A Church Assistance 



B Hew Work Conferenc es 



C Expanded Ministries 



t 7.000 00 



I.SOO 00 



J 2.400.00 



8 Chaplaincy Ministries 
A Prison Ministries 



B Families In Crisis 



C Wilmington Resident Facility 



200 ASSOC IATI0HAL MISSIONS PROJECTS 
1 Metro Thrust 



2 Brazil Project 



1 Bible leaching In Public Schools 



Baptist Student Union 
A Program 



B Associate Director 



5 Missionary Furlough House 



6 Counseling Center 



S 2.000.00 



1 1,000 00 



4. 500.00 



4,000 00 



300 ORGANIZATIONAL MIHIS1RIES 
1 Sunday School 



2 Dlsctpleshlp Training 


1,000 00 


3 Brotherhood 


1.000.00 


4 Willi 


3.200 00 


5 Music 


1,250 00 


6 Evanqel Ism 


2.000 00 


7 fouth 


1.500 no 


8 Seminary Extension 


BOO 00 


9 Media (Library) 


500 00 



10 Church Administration 



II Stewardshi p 



12 Outside Speakers 



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1991-199? 



ino salari es Arm b enefits - missionary staff 



I Direct or of Mi ssion; 





— 

A.l. Salary 


i 
1 


f c orvi nn 








2. Houslnn 




14 i in nn 








B. Benefits 












1 . Ken reir*en t 




i nnn nn 








2 . Hospf ta 11 za t i on 




4 , BOO . 00 








3 . 1 1 f e S Dlsabl 1 1 tv 




800 . 00 








4. Social Security (Offset) 




3 ,988.00 


$ 42,798.00 


2 


Associate Director for Church and Community Missions 












A.!. Salary 


$ 


16, 790 .00 








2. Houslnn 




6 ,000 . 00 








a . oeneT i is 
















7 ?nn 00 








t . nuspi io 1 1 <d nun 




HMB 








3, Life & 0 1 sab U 1 ty 




HMB 








4. Social Security 




1,743.00 


t 


26,733.00 




It tnr l»ta fl 1 ror fnr fnr Dainrf /I a 1 tiira /ttCII 
nbbut isle U''t:(.LU' lui "trbUTi/Lciiurc/DjU 
















IR 790 00 
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Q B. n .f l»r 

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2 200 00 








7 linen 1 ♦» 1 1 *m 1 1 nn 




1 059 00 








3. Life * Disability 




550.00 








4 Social Security 




1 782.00 


$ 28,881.00 


4 


Sec re ts ry/ Boo k k eeper 












A.l. Salary 


j 


15 ,900.00 








B. Benefits 












1 Retirement 




1 ,318.00 








2. Hospital Iza Hon 




1,665.00 








3. Social Security 




1 ,216 .00 


$ 20.099.00 


5 


Sec re ta ry /Rpc eptionist 












a T Cihru 

** . I . jc> i 3 ry 


j 


id tnn nn 








B. Benefits 












1. Retirement 




I ,300. 00 








2. Hospital 1 ration 




781 .00 








3. Social Security 




1 , 1 09 . 00 


$ 


I7.690.no 


6_ 


Custodian 
A. Salary 


$ 


3,350.00 








B. Social Security 




260.00 




3,610.00 


7 


Extra Secretarial Help 


$ 


300.00 


$ 


300.00 




CTAfr M1MICTDV riPIWCt 










■ 
i 


Director of Missions Travel 


j 


3 . ouu . uu 






2 


Associate Director for Church & COfflnun 1 ty Missions Travel 




2 500 00 






3 


Associate Director for Resort/Lclsure/BSU Travel 




? 300.00 






4 


Director of Missions Conventions and Conferences 




1.200.00 






5 


Associate Director for CCM Conventions and Conferences 




700.00 






6_ 


Associate Director for Resort/Lei sure/BSU Conv./Conf. 




P00. 00 






7 


Secretary/Bookkeeper's travel 




780.00 


$ 


11,680.00 














I 


(If ( 1 ro tunnl lar 

vjt T TCB jUppi'eS 




14 000 00 






2 


MM) 1 H nf 

Ull 1 1(1 ca 




9 000 00 






3 






1. 161 .00 






4 


Ml seel 1 aneous 




2,000.00 






5 


Office Equipment Maintenance 




3,400.00 






6 


Clerk's Honorarium 




600.00 






7 


Workman's Compensation 




400.00 






8_ 


Expenses for Director of Missions 




500.00 


$ 


31,061.00 



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1991-1992 



700 CAPITAL ITEMS 

1 Office Equipment > ], 5no. no 

2 Improvements & Maintenance 4,500.00 

3 Educational Supplies 750 00 t 8, 750. 00 

8nO STATISTICAL SUPPLIES i PROGRAMS 

1 Annual Meeting and Clerk's Supplies S 150 .00 

2 Printing and Advertising 1 , OOP 00 

3 Annua l Assoc iatlonal Mi nutes 1 ,800 .00 J ^,950 00 

J20O.7B5 00 
' - <0,896 00 
1239,889 00 



SOURCE OF S40,896.00 * 



Lanauaoe Missions 


S 7,096 00 


BSC 


lanquaqe Missions Summer Worker 


1,000.00 


BSC 


BSU Salarv and Program 


9,200 00 


BSC 


Resort/Leisure Salary 


3,noo.oo 


BSC and IIM8 


Church/Community Salary 


8,000.00 


BSC and HMB 


New Work (Probe) 


1,500.00 


BSC 


Black Church Relations - New Hork 


2,000 00 


BSC 


International Seamen's Service, Inc. 


i.noo.oo 


BSC 


State Missions Share 


2,500 00 


BSC 


Social Ministries Summer Workers 


1,800 00 


BSC 


Mul tihouslnq 


1,000.00 


BSC 


Communications 


1,000.00 


BSC 


Prison Ministry 


1,000.00 


BSC 


Evangelistic Crusade Preparation 


1,000.00 


BSC 


t ao.896.no 



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BUDGET F«rFHD! HIPF<; fOR l»9n 1991 



i_no_ 


Mission Devel opmen t Counc 1 1 


< 


Budget 


t 


[xppnded 
197 37 


> 


Ralance 

202 .63 


- 


L 3 nqua qc Missions 

A Hispanic Missions - Lonq Creek and Lake Foi*PSt 


<J 




$ 


6 867 34 


j 






B Korean Mission - Oqden 




c onn nn 




6 072 75 




827 25 




C Chinese Mission - Calvary 








40 11 




459 89 
















250 00 




E International Banquet 




200.00 




153.23 




46.77 




F International Seamen ' s Service, Inc , 




a ?nn nn 

* , /uu . uu 




4 308 26 




391 74 




P t SOL 




625 00 




30! .40 




323 60 


3 


Christian Social Ministries 
A Family Ass 1 s tance 


{ 


2,500.00 


$ 


2,496.67 


% 


3.33 




B Sumner Hi s s 1 ons 




2,400.00 




3,769.15 




1,369, 15 




C L 1 teracy 




800.00 




800.00 




0.00 




D Literacy Worker 




1,200.00 




1,200.00 




0.00 




E Prooranj /Con f er enr es for Social Ministries 




1 000 00 




717. 12 




2B2.88 




F Rescue Mission of Cape Fear 




2 900 00 




2,658.26 




241 74 












400 00 




0 00 




H Day Shelter for Homeless ~ Good Shepherd House 




400.00 








400 .00 




I Ministry to Persons with Handicaps 




300 00 








300 00 




J Inner City Ministries 




300 00 




248 98 




51 02 




K Senior Adults 




500.00 




200.00 




300.00 


4 


ThrltMan 1 if* anH Pnhllr Affaire 


# 

9 


500 . 00 


a 
> 


131<0 - 


t 








> 


500JW — 


> 


308.26 


t 


191 74 




Resort/Leisure 
A Summer Workers 


$ 


5.400.00 


s 


7,219.90 


t 


1,819.90 




B Ministry Programs 




'■* 56 00 — 




1 542 89 




86 89 




C Admi n i s tra live E xpenses S Conferences 




00.00 




445 51 




45 51 


7 


A Church Assistance 


S 


400.00 


1 




$ 


400.00 








400 00 








400.00 




r r vni nAmti Mtnlcf rl«t 

!• cxpanuPu ninii ir its 








54 95 




445 05 


g 


Chap 1 a 1 nc y Ministries 
A Prison Ministries 


$ 


400.00 


s 


200.00 


$ 


200.00 




B Families In Crisis 




300.00 




300.00 




0.00 




C Wllmlnqton Resident Facility 




200.00 








200.00 


200 
| 


ASSOC IAT10NAL MISS IONS PROJECTS 
Metro Thrust 


| 


1 <;nn no 


J 




j 


I ,500 00 


2 


Brazil Project 




1 ( 500 . 00 




1 236 98 




263 02 


3 


Bible Teachlnq in Public Schools 




500.00 




500.00 




0.00 


4 


Baptist Student Union 




2,500.00 




4,804.79 




2,304.79 


5 


Missionary Furlouqh House 




1,000.00 




2,184.8? 


- 


1,184.82 


300 
I 


ORGAN I ZAT !0NA(_ MINISTRIES 
Sunday School 


j 


1 , 200 . 00 


J 


1 694 17 




494 1 7 








i ?nn nn 




1 067 54 




132 .46 


3 


Bro t her hood 




I nnn nn 




1 092.61 




92 .61 


4 


WMU 




3 200 00 




1 ,927 .40 




1,272.60 


5 


Mus 1c 








711 29 




538 71 


C 


E va nqe 1 1 sm 




9 nnn nn 
£ fUUU . uu 




1 586 61 




4 13 39 








1 , 500 . 00 




901 73 




598.27 


g 


56^'nary Extension 




800 . 00 




327 .94 




1 , 127 .94 


9 


Media (library) 




500 .00 




22. 12 




477.88 


10 


Church Administration 




1,000.00 




914.27 




85.73 


II 


Stewardship 




300.00 








300.00 


12 


Outside Speakers 




200.00 




170.85 




29.15 



70 



mo 


SALARIES AND BENEFITS - MISSIONARY STAFF 




Budget 




: xpended 




Ba 1 anc e 


!_ 


Director of Missions 
















A.l. 


Salary 


t 


15,900.00 


t 


15,900.00 


s 


0 00 




2. 


Housing 




12,600.00 




12.600.00 




0 00 




B. 


Benefits 
















1. 


Retirement 




3,000.00 




3,250.00 




250,00 




2. 


Hospitalization 




4,359 00 




4 ,646 00 




287 00 




3. 


Life i Disability 




800.00 








800.00 




4. 


Social Security (Offset) 




3,762.00 




3,718.50 




43.50 


2 


Associate Director for Church and Coimunity Missions 
















A.l. 


Salary 


J 


15.500.00 


s 


15.500.00 


t 


0.00 




2. 


Housing 




6,000.00 




6.000.00 




0 00 




B. 


Benefits 


















Retirement 




2,200.00 




2,016.63 




183.37 




2. 


Hospitalization 




HHB 








HHB 




3. 


Life 1 Disability 




HUB 








HMB 




4. 


Social Security 




1,645.00 




1 ,644 . 72 




28 


3 


Associate Director for Resort/Leisure and BSU 
















A.l. 


Salary 


( 


15,500 00 


J 


15.500 00 


s 


0.00 




2. 


Housing 




6 500 00 




6 500 00 




0 00 




B. 


Benefits 
















1. 


Retirement 




2 , 200 . 00 




2,383.29 




183.29 




2. 


Hospital Izatlon 




963 00 




401 00 




562 00 




3 


Life t Disability 




550.00 




183 32 




366 68 




4. 


Social Security 




1,645.00 




1,673.32 




28.32 


4 


Secretary/Bookkeeper 
















A.l. 


Salary 


s 


15,000.00 


I 


15,000.00 


i 


0 00 




1. 


Benefits 
Retirement 




1.318.00 




1,427 67 




109.67 




2. 


Hospitalization 




1,665 00 




1.665.00 




0 00 




3. 


Social Security 




1,148.00 




1,142.66 




5.34 


5 


Secretary/Receptionist 
















A.l. 


Salary 


1 


13,000.00 


t 


13.000.00 


t 


0.00 




B . 


Benefits 
Retirement 




1,300.00 




1,299.96 




.04 




2. 


Hospl tal Ization 




781 00 




781 00 




0.00 




3. 


Social Security 




995.00 




989 68 




5 32 


6 


Custodian 
















A. 


Salary 


J 


3,350.00 


$ 


3,418.04 


$ 


68 04 




B . 


Social Security 




250.00 




265.07 




15 07 


7 


Extra 


Secretarial Help 


$ 


300.00 


$ 


270.00 


s 


10 00 


51)0 


STAFF 


MINISTRY EXPENSES 














1 


Director of Hlsslons Travel 


1 


3,600.00 


$ 


3 , 600 . 00 


1 


0.00 


2 


Associate Olrector for Church & Community Missions Travel 




2,500.00 




2,500.00 




0 00 


3 


Associate Director for Resort/leisure and BSU Travel 




2,300.00 




2,300.00 




0.00 


4 


Director of Missions Conventions and Conferences 




1,200.00 




1.200.00 




0 00 


5 


Associate Olrector for CCM Conventions and Conferences 




700.00 




471.00 




229.00 


6 


Associate Director for Resort/Leisure BSU Conv./Conf. 




600.00 




134 00 




466.00 


7 


Secretary/Bookkeeper's Travel 




780.00 




780.00 




0 00 


600 


OPERATING EXPENSES 














1 


Office Supplies 


i 


14 ,000 .00 


s 


16.002 65 


-5 


2.002 6S 


z 


Utilities 




9,000.00 




9,258.31 




258 31 


3 


Insurance 




1,161 00 




1,544.00 




383.00 


4 


Mi seel laneous 




2,000.00 




3.746.68 




1.746 68 


5 


Office Equipment Maintenance 




4,400 00 




3,859.16 




540 84 


6 


Clerk's Honorarium 




600 00 




600 00 




0 00 


7 


Workman's Compensation 




400 00 




552.00 




[52_00 


8 


Expenses for Director of Missions 




500 00 




171 22 




S28.78 



7) 



Budget Enpended Balance 

5 4,000.00 $ 325.61 t 3,674.39 



5, OOP. 00 



2,658.54 



2,341.46 



6,000.00 



6,000.00 



0.00 



700.00 



2.000.00 



1,828.73 



t259.353.00 
- 32,300.00 
J227.053.00 



1248.770.12 



5 10,582. 



700 CAPITAL ITEMS 

1 Office Equipment 

2 Improvements ft Mai ntenance 



3 Building De bt 

4 Educational Sup plies 



800 STATISTICAL SUPPLIES ft PSOCRnHS 
1 Annual Meeting and Clerlt's Supplies 



2 Printing and Advertising 

3 Annual AssoclaHonal Minutes 



SOURCE Of t32.30O.00 



Lanquaqe Missions 


t 4,800.00 


BSC 




BSU Salary and Program 


5,200.00 


BSC 


and WB 


Resort/Leisure Salary 


4,000.00 


BSC 


and MB 


Church/Community Salary 


8,000.00 


BSC 


and t*IB 


New Work 


1,000.00 


BSC 




International Seamen's Service, Inc. 


1,000.00 


BSC 




State Missions Share 


2,500.00 


BSC 




Resort/leisure Sumner Workers 


2,000.00 


BSC 




Social Ministries Summer Workers 


1,800.00 


BSC 




NC Baptist Men Evanqellsm 


2,000.00 


BSC 





t 32. 300. on 



72 



WILMINGTON BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 
FINANCIAL REPORT FOR 1990-1991 

RECEIPTS 

Balance November 1, 1990 $ 6,407.58 

Budget Receipts from Churches and Individuals ♦?<! 1 .076 . 1 7 

Designated Receipts ♦ 49 ,604 . 24 

Savings Transfers t 20,574.68 

Total Receipts 311.255.09 



Total Funds Available 1317,662.67 
DISBURSEMENTS 

November 1990 - October 1991 Budget $273,982.77 

November 1990 - October 1991 Designated + 43,366.86 



Total 1990-1991 Disbursements $317,349.63 

Total Funds Available $317,662.67 
Total Disbursements -317,349.63 



BALANCE OCTOBER 31, 1991 $ 313.04 



MONEY MARKET INVESTMENT ACCOUNT - DESIGNATED FUNDS 



1. 


New Work 


$ 4,180.09 


2. 


Resort Ministry 


903.97 


3. 


Interest 


3,927.92 


4. 


Mission Expansion 


4,424.94 


5. 


ESL 


280.00 


6. 


Marina Ministry, BSC 


400.00 


7. 


New Work Probe 


111.96 


8. 


BSC-HMB: Hunger Fund 


4,404.05 


9. 


Mul tlhouslng 


400.00 


10. 


Brazil Trip, October 1991 


717.51 


11. 


Construction Fund 


8,130.85 


12. 


Brazil Trip, 1992 


686.75 



BALANCE OCTOBER 31, 1991 $ 27,133.02 



MONEY MARKET INVESTMENT ACCOUNT - COUNSELING CENTER 

Counseling Center $ 10,677.61 



73 



REGULAR filVINfi 


nr ura rimnrtiF r , i tt 

lit "I r\ l.MUI'L"" J 1 '1 


1 QOfl IQQI 


rnuncMts 


I0IAI 


tOIAl 




WOV 1 -PC 1 . 11 


Of * IGNfYfl 0 


Ml Inson 


1 3,000 00 


» 


Barlow Vista 


3.I67.0J 


8). 50 


Oear Branch 


6J5 00 




Be IhlrheM 


700 00 


- 


Put n* w 


4. 000 00 


370 00 


t£j£ir. 


1/. 900 91 


397 80 


{ anel uc k 


10? 59 


"— 


r a ..| |„, K.., L ||. ,i 

taronna ueacn, i usi 


5,548.10 


7J0 00 


taslle llaync 


4,553 78 


JI9.47 


Centervllle 


3,700 00 


_ 570.00 


Charity 


513.55 




College *£5«*_ 


4,500.00 





Forest NHIi 


4,803.71 


— 

J6V 50 


F reedoit 


M, 060. 14 


131.55 


Gibson Avenue 


1.485 00 




Greenfield 


5/4.18 


174.00 


damps tead 


3,911.09 


74.00 


Maw Bluff 


1,700.00 




(rrtnanuel 




74.00 


Kani.oe 


too. 00 


' 


kurt Beach, f Irst 


1.767 80 


8.75 


take forest 


8.909 88 


36 00 


lake Forest Hispanic 


46.00 




long Cicefc 


7,764.98 


43 55 


long Creek Ml span It 


: — 


375.00 


long teaf 


6,115 14 


1_ 


Hasonboro 


9,041 .99 


74.00 


Hoores Creek 


1.465.93 




Hount (lolly 


7.033.88 


7,588.97 


Hurray Memorial 


17.000 00 


_1_ 


Myrtle Grove 


7,000.00 


^_ 


Mew Mope 


410 00 




Oak Grove 


775 00 


— 

:_ 


Oqden 


5.758.15 


475 86 


Oqden Koiean 


780 70 


-'— 


Olivet 


1.166.(6 




Pender lea 


496.80 


_■_ 


Pine Valley 


9,739.7? 


50.00 


Pine View 




30.00 


Alley's Creek 


7,460 60 


7,211. SI 


Rocky Point 


(73.3? 


37.00 


Saint Paul 


700.00 




Scotts Milt 


5.584.66 


1,504.7! 


Sea Gate 


1,700.00 


337.75 


Shlloh 


7,964.94 




Silver lake 


7.171.3! 




Souths Ide 


7,960.57 


557.50 


Sunset Park 


4,540.67 




Surf City 


3.577.00 


7.44S.68 


le«ple 


5,708.37 


150.00 


topsail 


460 00 


— 


Victory 


7,177.79 


31 .00 


Wallace, Mist 


4,750 04 


735.00 


Wat ha 


-— ~j 


7 36 75 


Whispering Pines 


3, 73? 1 1 




Wllllrd 


7 , 1 38 69 


Ts~ 




7,875 00 


w? so 


Winter Park 


4,775.00 


" 


Wr Ightlboro 


7,978 71 


SM S7 


W» IgMsvltte neach 


1.163.00 


1 . ??9 . SO 


Cliuich lolal 


1701 383 06 


t IS. 10* If. 


Other Gifts 


* 1 7 , 095 . 5? 





Sub total 


$718,478 58 


\ IS. 106 16 


DSC and lOfj 


» 75,496.93 




r.nfliio IOIAI 


1 JH 1 QIC CI 


I 15.106 16 


* Bond Money given liy 







UrlaMi.llle Ocich 



CHURCH ORDAINED MINISTERS 



BEAR BRANCH : Oliver Woodcock, Rt . 1, Currie, NC 28435 
Raymond Lewis, Rt. 1, Currie, NC 28435 

BURGAW: Clarence Dodgen, P. O. Box 546, Burgaw, NC 28425 
W. L. Blanton, P. O. Box 1063, Burgaw, NC 28425 
B. L. Davis, P. O. Box 1052, Burgaw, NC 28425 
George Hocutt, Rt . 2, Box 167, Rocky Point, NC 28457 

CALVARY : Harold Watkins, 4709 Cedar St., Wilmington, NC 28403 

CAROLINA BEACH. FIRST : Clyde Case, Jr., 226 Brookview Rd. , Wilm. , NC 28409 
R. E. Hatcher, P. O. Box 1656, Carolina Beach, NC 28428 

COLLEGE ACRES : C. R. Price, 1022 Daisy Lee Dr., Wilmington, NC 28405 

GIBSON AVENUE : Vernon Fash, 606 Windemere Rd. , Wilmington, NC 28405 

GREENFIELD : Jeff Brooks, 213 S. 6th St., Wilmington, NC 28401 

HAMPSTEAD : Claude King, B-6 Oleander Ct . , Wilmington, NC 28403 

LONG CREEK : Joe Davis, Rt . 1, Box 241-G, Currie, NC 28435 

HASONBORO : Maurice S. McLain, 2922 Masonboro Loop Rd. , Wilmington, NC 28409 
David Stewart, 106 Buccaneer Rd., Wilmington, NC 28409 

MOUNT HOLLY I Larry Cavenaugh, Railroad St., Burgaw, NC 28425 

MYRTLE GROVE : Harold Scott, 5401 Peden Point Rd. , Wilmington, NC 28409 

MURRAY MEMORIAL : B. A. Porter, 2 Teresa Dr., Castle Hayne, NC 28429 

NEW HOPE : James Smith, Rt. 2, Box 504, Leland, NC 28451 
Allen Grey, Rt. 2, Box 45, Leland, NC 284S1 
Edmond Gregory, 202 Rosemont Ave., Wilmington, NC 28401 

OGDEN : A. C. Beall, 1909 Creecy Ave., Wilmington, NC 28401 

PINE VALLEY : I. T. Blick, 4205 RedBird Rd. , Wilmington, NC 28412 
Bob Jernigan, 202 Pinecrest Pkwy., Wilmington, NC 28401 
Herb McCarthy, 4616 Bentley Dr., Wilmington, NC 28409 
Bill Summers, 253 Dallas Drive, Wilmington, NC 28405 

RILEY'S CREEK : Charles Kane, Rt. 1, Box 250, Rocky Point, NC 28457 

SEA GATE : Paul Nix, 104 Pecan Ave., Wilmington, NC 28403 

SOUTHS IDE: Vincent G. Wall, 217 Pinecliff Dr., Wilmington, NC 28412 
George Knight, 6509 Greenville Loop Rd., Wilmington, NC 28412 
William T. Puckett, 330 Burbank Rd., Wilmington, NC 28412 

SUNSET PARK : Horace L. Jackson, 320 Northern Blvd., Wilmington, NC 28401 
Thurman Allred, 1504 Village Dr., Wilmington, NC 28403 

TEMPLE : Charles Trull, 28 Brunswick PI., Leland, NC 28451 
Ed Bullock, 610 S. College Rd., Wilmington, NC 28403 
Ellis Lanier, 140 Kings Landing Rd. , Hampstead, NC 28443 
John Scalf, 602 Windemere Rd., Wilmington, NC 28405 
Charles Murray, 5326 Lawrence Dr., Wilmington, NC 28405 

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TOPSAIL i James Pollard, 228 Factory Rd., Hampetead, NC 28443 



WALLACE. FIRST : Morris Andrews, P. O. Box 117, Wlllard, NC 28478 

WINTER PARK i Rollle Walton, 426 Arbor Way, Wilmington, NC 28409 
Arlene Macon, 323 Sabra Dr., Wilmington, NC 28405 
Willie HcGough, P. O. Box 5144, Station #1, Wilmington, NC 28403 
Charles Allen, 6611 Sylvan Lane, Wilmington, NC 28405 

WILMINGTON, FIRST ; Reggie Rushing, 310 Foxhall Ct., Wilmington, NC 28412 
Otto Pridgen, 130 Wintergreen Rd., Wilmington, NC 28409 
Randolph Gregory, 5001 College Acres Dr., Wilmington, NC 28403 
Clyde Smith, 37 Cardinal Dr., Wilmington, NC 28403 

WHISPERING PINES i Mike Bowers, 314 Greendale Dr., Wilmington, NC 28405 



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PERSONS LICENSED THIS YEAR 

CASTLE HAYNBi Steve Freeman, 134 LaSalle St., Wilmington, NC 28405 

LONG LEAF; Graham Reynolds, 322 Mohican Trail, Wilmington, NC 28409 
Rod Gilbert, 7940 Placid Dr., Wilmington, NC 28405 

MURRAY MEMORIAL i Kenneth Chinn, Southeastern Theological Seminary 

SUHF CITY: Mr. Kim Goodin, 4811H Cobble Creek Circle, Winston Salem, NC 27105 



MINISTERS ORDAINED THIS YEAR 

LONG LEAF: Rick Gilley, 2070 W. Lake Shore Dr., Wilmington, NC 28412 
Rick Wilburn, 708 Greenfield St., Wilmington, NC 28401 

MURRAY MEMORIAL: David West, Rt. 2, Box 2571, Burgaw, NC 28425 



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DECEASED 



ATKINSON : Mr. Thomae "Bud" Woodcock, Hr. Morris Bloodworth, Mr. Paul Wells, 
Mr. James Brown (Deacon), Mrs. Betty Bush Downing 

BARLOW-VISTA; Mrs. Jeannie Koonce Padgett, Mrs. Carolyn Howard, Mrs. Dorothy 
Henry 

BEAR BRANCH i Mr. James E. Moore, Berline Lynch 

BETHLEHEM I Mrs. Minnie Manning, Mr. David Ezzell, Mr. Dudley Pridgen 

BURQAWi Mr. James Tucker, Mrs. Mildred Carr, Mrs. Lillian Hubbard, 

Mrs. Florine Vick, Mr. Cy Basden, Mrs. Ada Hocutt, Mrs. Carrie Covil, 
Mrs. Julia Mae Casey 

CALVARY; Mr. Wren Bentley, Mr. Charles Holland, Mr. Harvey Hilburn, Mrs. Lula 
Larkins, Mrs. Annabelle Fennell, Mrs. Goldie King, Mr. Ronald DeBose 

CANBTUCKi Marge Marshall 

CAROLINA BEACH. FIRST I Mr. Janes B. Chapman, Mr. James Dees, Mr. Luke Harrel 1 , 
Mr. Edgar Sessoms, Mrs. Mary B. Steinhoff, Mr. George Ware, Mrs. Virginia 
Wilson, Mrs. Eunice Wood 

CASTLE HAYNEj Mr. Bob Biddle 

CENTERVILLE; Mr. Craig Porter, Mr. Albert Russ, Mr. Alton Porter 
COLLEGE ACRES I Mr. Harry Summers 

FOREST HILLS i Mrs. Zula Clewis, Mr. Leroy Padgett, Mrs. Mary Rivenbark 
FREEDOM 1 Mr. Rudy Frith, Mr. R. D. Sasser 

GIBSON AVENUE: Mrs. Ina Carter, Mr. James Goodwin, Mrs. Lillie Hadley, 
Mr. James Carter, Mr. Erdmouth Wrench 

GREENFIELD: Mrs. Margaret Costin, Mr. Goley Phillips 

H AMP STEAD ! Mrs. Nannie Bryant 

HAW BLUFFS Mr. Hugh Squires 

LAKE FOREST i Mrs. Esther Register, Dr. Ronald Spaves, Mr. Donnie L. Godwin, 
Mr. Oren M. Parker 

LONG LEAF; Mrs. Ethel Presnell, Mr. Bill Bridgers, Mrs. Bobby Fincannon, 
Mr. Frances Arrants, Mr. Rudy Baker, Mrs. Alene Branch 

HASONBOR O i Mr. Lloyd Hammonds, Mr. Waring Hills, Mr. Adrian Hurst (Deacon), 
Hrs. Sylvia Stokes 

MOORE'S CREEK; Mr. Elbert Newton, Sr., Mrs. Gatsey B. Walker 

MOUNT HOT.T.Vi Mrs. Rena Murray 

MURRAY MEMORIAL; Mr. Odia McLamb, Mr. Clayton Sharpe, Mrs. Turie Tise, 
Mrs. Annie Ree Millinor 

MYRTLE PROVE; Mr. George McDowell, Mr. Hubert Brewer 

78 



NEW HOPEt Mr. Wilbur Brew 



OODEKl Mrs. Doshie Mincey, Mrs. Mary Lea 
OLIVET: Mr. Francis Mollis, Mrs. Gladys Dyson 

PINE VALLEY: Mr. Russell Jobe, Mrs. Carolyn Hargrove, Mr. Guy Braxton, 
Mrs. Elizabeth Carter 

RILEY'S CREEK: Mr. Nolan Martin 

SEA GATE: Mr. Bennie Bass, Mrs. Jean Boyd, Mrs. Ann Tartt Futrelle, 

Mr. William L. Howard (Deacon), Mr. John A. Johnson, Jr., Mrs. Marjorie 
Johnston, Mrs. Ethel Larson, Mrs. Virginia R. Richard, Mrs. Clara Ann 
Smith, Mrs. Frances Summerlin 

SHILOHi Mrs. Doris Blanton Tatum, Mr. Ivey Lee, Mrs. Rochelle S. Costin, 
Mrs. Reba Elixson, Mrs. Faye Barrow, Mr. Morris Debose, Mrs. Gladys 
Wagataff, Mrs. Eppie Henry 

SOUTHSIDEi Mrs. Gerrie Mclntyre, Mrs. Edna Lewis, Mrs. Florence Haymond, 

Mrs. Mary Houston, Mr. S. D. Strickland, Mrs. Maggie Brinson, Mr. Bill 
Pridgen 

SUNSET PARK: Mrs. Mattie Brooks, Mrs. Clyde Grainger, Mr. J. N. Jolly, 

Mrs. Edna Raynor, Mr. Harvey Allred, Mr. Ernest Barbee, Mrs. Elizabeth 
Smith, Mrs. Edith Rogers, Mrs. Myrtle Hickman, Mrs. Eloise Mason, 
Mr. B. A. Miller, Mr. James Bowen, Mrs. Nell Britt, Mrs. E. C. Johnson, 
Mrs. Myrtle McKeithan, Mr. B. A. Boy lea , Mr. Homer Coaton, Mr. Homer 
Russ, Mr. W. W. Cooper, Mrs. Elnita Harrelson, Mrs. Helen Collie, 
Mr. Stacy Bragg 

SURF CITY: Ms. Pam Cowan, Mr. C. V. Parker, Ms. Stacy Sholes 

TEMPLE; Mr. Rudolph FormyDuval, Mrs. Willie Swinson, Mr. Lloyd J. Elliott, 
Dr. Bruce Dorman, Mr. Hanson Sessoms, Mrs. Louise Jackson, Mrs. Letha 
Blanchard 

TOPSAIL : Mrs. Stephanie Huffman 

WALLACE, FIRST: Mrs. Evelyn L. Powell, Mrs. Easter Martin, Mrs. Ora Leigh 
Murphy, Mrs. Elizabeth McLean, Mrs. Lucille Rivenbark, Mrs. Lorenna 
Stevens, Mrs. Elmore Spell, Mrs. Abbie Stallings 

WILLARD: Mr. Ronnie Ritterbusch, Mrs. Daisy Cottle, Mrs. Katy Jones, 
Mr. Arnold Costin 

WILMINGTON, FIRST: Mrs. J. C. Todd, Mrs. J. A. Barbot, Mr. George H. Biggs, 
Sr., Mrs. Mabel Brown, Mr. John A. Stevens, Mr. Paul Davis, Mr. George 
Yates Warwick (Deacon), Mr. Lacy Pearce, Mrs. Emily B. Westbrook 

WINTER PARK; Mr. Dan Bateman, II, Mr. Donald Moore, Mrs. Annie Bland, 

Mrs. Hattie Ellison, Mrs. Marie Pettus (Deacon), Mr. Herbert Starr, 
Mrs. Eleanor Willis, Mrs. Eugenia Spooner, Mrs. Faye Roberson (Deacon), 
Mr. Winfred Jernigan, Mrs. Emma Murrell, Mrs. Uldean Cone, Mrs. lone 
Lanier 

WRIQBTSBORO: Mrs. Louise Brown, Mr. Bobby Mathews, Mr. Roscoe Brock 
WRIQHTSVILLE BEACH; Mra. Gladya Gerock, Mrs. Winnie Figg 



79 



HISTORICAL TABLE OF WILMINGTON BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 
FROM ITS ORGANIZATION 



PATE 

1901 


PLACE OF MEETING 


MODERATOR 


CLERK 




■ nil in ccMm 


Burgaw 


J. T. Bland 


C. 


0. 


Ueeks 




1902 


Long Creek 


J. T. Bland 


c. 


0. 


Weeks 


J. A. Smith 


1903 


Bethlehem 


J. T. Bland 


Addison Hewlett 


1 1 Ul- 

J. L. vipeman 


1904 


Wells Chapel 


J. T. Bland 


George E. Leftwich 


l. n. utiey 


1905 


Teach ey 


George E. lef twlch 


C. 


E . 


McCul I en 


j . * . ncneugnan 


1906 


Ui I . (Calvary) 


George E. Leftwlch 


C. 


E . 


McCul I en 


rreo u. Hale 


1907 


Jacksonvi I le 


George E. Leftwfch 


C. 


E . 


McCul ten 


W. U. Hami I ton 


1908 


Ual lace 


George E. Leftwich 


C. 


E . 


ncLui len 


L . r . Wn 1 C l OC K 


1909 


Atkinson 


G. A. Martin 


c. 


E . 


McCul len 


U . L • Br 1 1 1 


1910 


Ui I lard 


George E. Leftwich 


c. 


E . 


mclui i en 


j. n . rosier 


1911 


Emmas Chapel 


George E. Leftwlch 


s . 


F . 


Garr f son 


R. E. Peele 


1912 


Burgaw 


George E. Leftwich 


s. 


f i 


Garr f son 




1913 


Teachey 


U. G. Hall 






Gar r 1 son 


J A Cul 1 1 uiin 
j . •» • 9u ill von 


19H 


Jacksonvi 1 1 e 


u. G. Halt 


j 




Sul 1 1 van 


L. w. srooKS 


1915 


Long Creek 


George E. Leftwlch 


j 


A . 


Ci il 1 1 win 

9UI l 1 TOT 1 




1 O 1 A 

i y i o 


Us I lace 


ueorge c . LCriwicn 


j 


A . 


Sul 1 1 van 


U. G. Hall 


1917 


R i vers ide 


George E> Leftwlch 


J . 


A . 


Sul t 1 van 


J. J. Hurt 


1918 


Ur 1 ghtsboro 


George E* Leftwlch 


j 


A. 


Sul 1 1 van 




It it 


sein i en em 


U. G. Hall 


j 


A. 


Sul 1 1 van 




1920 




U G Hall 


j m 


W. 


Hoi t is 


riHi* R Hinninr 


1921 


A tk i nson 


P C Ur-Ti 1 1 1 on 

l. t. picLuiien 


j 


y 


Hot I i s 


J* H« Powers 


i yet 


Centerv i 1 1 e 


r* C Ui-Ti il 1 mn 

l . c > mclui i en 


R . 


J* 


Hal t 


R J Hall 


1 r c j 


Long Creek 


f C Till 1 an 

l . t . mclui i en 


a 


j 


Hal t 


C 1 Uartnn 

c. l. wescon 


1924 


Ch I 1 nh 
on 1 i on 


P C Mffi il 1 atn 

l . c . pjclui i en 


p 


j b 


Hal t 


J • F • Warren 


1925 


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1960 


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1961 


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1962 


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1963 


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1964 


Urightsboro 


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1965 


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1966 


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1967 


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1968 


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1969 


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1970 


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1971 


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Jason Ross 


1972 


Winter Park 


Avery Lumsden 


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John Stephenson 


1973 


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Douglas Fanner 


1975 


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Richard Feagin 


1976 


Pine Val ley 


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Edith Nix 


Baker James Gauthen 


1976 


College Acres 


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Eerie Rogers 


1977 


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1977 


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1978 


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1978 


Myrtle Grove 


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Richard Phi 1 1 ips 


1979 


Wilmington, First 


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Horace Jackson 


1980 


Battle Park 


James Parson 


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James H. Parson 


1980 


Freedom 


James Parson 


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Charles Allen, Jr. 


1981 


Wallace, First 


Arnold Ray Potter 


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Dick Westbrook 


1981 


Calvary 


Arnold Ray Potter 


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Aubrey Jones 


1982 


Surf City 


Arnold Ray Potter 


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Aubrey Jones 


1982 


Hurray Memorial 


Arnold Ray Potter 


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L. G. Green 


1983 


Lake Forest 


Arnold Ray Potter 


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Eugene Puckett 


1983 


Shi I oh 


Arnold Ray Potter 


Ottis King 


Horace Hall 


1984 


Hasonboro 


Vincent Wall 


Ottis King 


Nancy Curtis 


1984 


Hempstead 


Vincent Wall 


Ottis King 


Ralph Holt 


1985 


Winter Park 


Vincent Wall 


Ben Croon 


Roy Smith 


1985 


Riley's Creek 


Vincent Wall 


Ben Croom 


Harvey Uhaley, Jr. 


1986 


Wrightsville Beach 


Glenn Kl ing 


Ben Croom 


Wi 1 1 lam Morgan 


1986 


Centervi lie 


Glenn Kl ing 


Ben Croom 


Lamar Brooks 


1987 


Silver Lake 


Glenn Kl ing 


Marsha Oakley 


Ned Mathews 


1987 


Burgau 


Glenn Kl ing 


Marsha Oakley 


Danny Hawkins 


1988 


Temple 


David Stewart 


Dorothy Hall 


J. Guy Key 


1988 


Bar low Vista 


David Stewart 


Dorothy Hal 1 


Norman Hunt 


1989 


Wrightsboro 


David Stewart 


Dorothy Hall 


Jim Whetstone 


1989 


Winter Park 


David Stewart 


Dorothy Hall 


Jack Staton 


loon 


Wallace, First 


Lamar Brooks 


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Don Horn 


1990 


Ogden 


Lamar Brooks 


Dorothy Hall 


Bob Banks 


1991 


Scotts Hill 


Gary Trauick 


Dorothy Hall 


Jack Miller 


1991 


Pine Valley 


Gary Trauick 


Dorothy Hall 


Gene Puckett 



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EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE MINUTES 



The Executive Committee of the Wilmington Baptist Association met Tuesday, 
November 20, 1990 at the Associations! Office with Moderator, Gary Trawlck 
presiding. Danny Hawkins had the devotion. 

Minutes of the last meeting were approved by common consent. Ed Bullock 
gave a brief financial report with a balance of $4,161.98 in the general fund. 
Ed spoke to the Metro Thrust Goals and Objectives. Motion by David Stewart that 
the Moderator appoint 3 to 5 persons for a long range planning committee for 
future growth of the WBA office space. Motion was carried. 

There was discussion of the need for visibility of the WBA sign out front. 
This will also be an area for the long range planning committee to study. 

A motion was made by David Stewart and seconded by Bill Oaks that the 
Annual Meeting in 1991 be changed to coincide with the printed calendar. Motion 
was carried. 

Carlene Evans - BSU/Resoct 

She now has 10-14 students meeting on Monday nights and 25 on Wednesday 
at noon, with WMU groups providing meals. Rocky Myrlck filled in while Carlene 
attended the convention. There will be a BSU Retreat at Topsail on Nov. 30 - 
Dec. 2. There is still a need for a van and any help will be greatly 
appreciated. Two up-comlng events are the Christmas Candlelight Service and 
Freshmen Exaro Kits. 

Carlene and Don Horn will be meeting individually with each person on the 
Resort Council, making plans, taking ideas etc., to be ready for the Missions 
Development Council. 

Mary Margaret Brooks - Church/Community Ministries 

A study of Family Crisis will be Thursday, November 29 at the WBA at llOO 
p.m. Ann Barkley will be leading this meeting. The Family Life Conference will 
be at Burgaw Baptist Church on Friday, November 30 and Saturday, December 1. 
Details will be in the November Developer. 

Pane rlovd - Stewardship Director 

Representatives and Ambassadors is a person from each church selected by 
Ed to inform their church of WBA happenings. As a board member of the Rescue 
Mission of Cape Fear, Gene reports positive happenings. More Baptist have been 
added to the board and $ 12, 000. 00 was pledged at a recent banquet. 

The Moderator will appoint a Nominating Committee from a list of persons, 
some having served last year. 

Churches that has not had anyone from their church to participate in the 
Brazil partnership will be contacted to see If they are interested In having 
someone come and share their Brazil experience. 



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David Stewart - Personnel 



The Personnel Committee will review and update job descriptions as 
recommended by the Baptist State Convention as per Bobby Stafford. The staff 
appraisals should be done by the Director of Missions. 

The Christmas bonuses for staff were discussed and a motion was made by 
Bill Oaks to give the staff a bonuses equivalent to a week's salary plus housing. 
Motion was seconded by David Stewart. Motion was carried. 

The meeting was adjourned with prayer by Jean Henry. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Dot Hall, Clerk 

Members Present: 

Paul Spithaler, Vincent Wall, W. w. Lennon, Bill Oaks, Gary Trawick, Dot Hall, 
David Stewart, Danny Hawkins, Gene Floyd, Judy Norris, Ed Bullock, Jean Henry, 
Mary Margaret Brooks and Carlene Evans. 



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EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE MINUTES 



The Executive Committee of the Wilmington Baptist Association met 
December 18, 1990, at the Associatlonal Office, with moderator Gary Trawlck 
presiding. Jean Henry led a devotion using the legend of the candy cane. 

Minutes of the November meeting were approved by common consent. The 
financial report was reviewed with an operational balance of $5,400. 

STATT REPORTS 

Carlene Evans - BSU/Resort 

There were 16 BSU students attending the Stress Management Retreat at 
Topsail with Rocky Myrlck, the new assistant BSU leader, helping also. There 
was a Christian Candlelight Service with all Christian organizations being 
represented. Also, a van of BSU students attended a Young Messiah Tour in 
Charlotte. Don Horn and I will meet each month with a member of the Resort 
Ministry Council. This month was Ray Benton, Chairperson of Campers on 
Missions. 

Mary Margaret Brooks - CCM Director 

The 16 agencies listed in the December Developer represent much time in 
liaison work. There is needed assistance at Christmas and throughout the year. 
An Associational WMU project of a Christmas party for 41 teenagers at Show Biz 
this week also had help from Judy Norris. He acted as a clearing house for the 
Families In Crisis. The Homeowners Association has offered free firewood, 
hopefully the Rescue Mission will be able to store this. There has been 
assistance to 36 persons in 32 days. The Bloodmobile workshops are being 
planned by Laura Spivey. A Fema grant of $2700 via United Hay for emergency 
food and housing, will be for HBA. Ed and I planned for the Senior Adult Rally 
for this quarter. The Family Life Conference in Burgaw was a big success if 
not in numbers but in quality. 

Ed Bullock - Director of Missions 

Paul Nix has been asked to draw up an organizational chart for Missions 
Development. A motion by Vincent Hall that the CCM Director and the Assistant 
Treasurer both be authorized to sign and/or co-sign checks for the HBA. The 
motion was seconded and carried. Discussion on the format for the January 
General Board meeting to Include workshops helpful In the area of evangelism. 
Ed Informed the Executive Committee of progress in redesigning office space to 
accommodate a kitchen and space for a Councillng Center and also in the future 
a BSU Center. Motion by Grady Barnes that Ed talk with United Christian Campus 
Ministries, to inform them of the need of that space by the end of this school 
year. Motion was seconded and carried. 

Murray Memorial has made a request for pastoral aid for Victory Baptist 
Church from the Baptist State Convention. Motion by Paul Nix that approval 
from the Executive Committee for financial aid be given to Victory Baptist 
Church. Motion was seconded by Vincent Hall, there was discussion and motion 
was carried. 

- Nominating Committee members has not been completed. 

- H. W. Lennon - Seaman's Center - There needs to be a ministry for 
military personnel now departing from our state ports. 

- Grady Barnes - Properties Chairman - There is need for additional 
lighting in the parking area and the HBA name placed on the street 
side of the building. A motion by Jean Henry that Mr. Barnes take 

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care of the light and investigate cost of the lighted sign. Motion 
was seconded and carried. 



The meeting was dismissed with prayer by A. R. Potter. 



Respectfully submitted. 



Dot Hall, Clerk 



Members Present: 



Vincent Wall, Ed Bullock, Linda Carroll, Jean Henry, Judy Norris, Mary Margaret 
Brooks, Carlene Evans, Grady Barnes, Paul Nix, A. R. Potter, W. W. Lennon, 
Francis Chesson, Gary Trawick and Dot Hall 



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EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE MINUTES 



The Executive Committee of the Wilmington Baptist Association met 
Tuesday, February 19, 1991. Ed Bullock presided in absence of moderator and 
vice-moderator, Gary Trawick and Danny Hawkins. Ray Fisher had the devotional. 

Minutes of the December meeting were approved. The Treasurer's report 
was reviewed, with a January 31 balance of $4,593.44. The check signature 
changes have been made. 

STAFF REPORTS: 

Carlene Evans - BSU/Resort/Leisure Hinister 

The average attendance of 25 for each BSU group is great. Rocky Myrick 
and I trade off leading each group. An outreach team has been formed and will 
be available to speak at church groups or where there iB a need. The Cape Fear 
group has 3 members now. There will be a car wash and yard sale as fund 
raisers for various projects and a BSU van. Saturday, February 23rd will be 
High School Visitation Day at UNC-W. A BSU table will be staffed with BSU 
students and information for prospective freshman. BSU Spring Conference will 
be April 20th at Caraway. Interviewing for summer workers for WBA will be at 
Caraway next week. 

Mary Margaret Brooks - CCM Director 

Senior Adult Rally at Winter Park was well attended by 200 persons at 
Winter Park. The Blood Drive was a great success with 170 units donated at 
Pine Valley with 22 churches represented. Family assistance in crisis is in 
need of a check base system. Many churches assist persons in need therefore, 
Mary Margaret has developed a form whereby she may check on the various needs 
of applicants, with the help of cooperating churches and pastors in order to 
make this effective. I have been appointed to serve on the Board of Directors 
for the Good Shepherd Home. Carlene and I have invited the Burgaw area WMU 
groups to a get acquainted fellowship at the Burgaw church on Friday, March 22. 

Ed Bullock - Director of Missions 

Ed spoke to the following subjects: 

Group leaders for the 6 areas of the WBA are in place with 4 

objectives: (1) fellowship; (2) search out church needs; (3) work 
with mission needs; and (4) representatives on Executive Committee. 

Building needs - CP6L will change area light to provide greater 
exposure. An estimate from Trade Mark Signs obtained by Grady 
Barnes was reviewed but no action taken. Cabinet work to be done 
by Mr. Britt. A long range planning committee to be appointed. 

Counseling Center reported high interest and the $15,000 needed by 
April 1st looks possible. A Counselor should be in place by 
September 1st. 

- An Evangelistic Crusade for May 1992 with Wayne Bristow as Evangelist, 
seems to be moving favorably. On Friday, February 15th, 19 
churches were represented at the WBA for information and planning. 
Ed Bullock was elected temporary chairman and Vincent Wall, 
Chairman of the Nominating Committee. Motion by Paul Nix that the 
Executive Committee give approval to further the plans for the 1992 
Evangelistic Crusade. Motion was seconded by Louise Fisher and 

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motion was carried. 



Brazil report - The Bar-B-Q Dinner was best yet by attendance, but we 
etill need people to go in April and May. 

We now have 3 cars available for visiting missionaries. 

Dr. Keith Parks will be here for the April Pastor's Conference. 

Paul Nix - Missions Development Council Director 

Plans for the Missions Fair, Saturday, May 18th at Myrtle Grove Family 
Life Center are well on the way. This is the beginning of Assoclatlonal 
Missions Week. Committees are in place and beginning to work. The Baptist 
Men's Rally will serve a meal from the Disaster Van that evening. Paul shared 
the chart for Missions Development, a pilot project which the WBA has moved 
into. We thank Paul for the many hours invested and work getting us over the 
humps and bumps of change. 

Miscellaneous 

As a matter of information, Luther Jordan has a radio station for sale. 
Ed will be looking into the matter to see if it is feasible for the WBA. 

The meeting was closed with prayer. 

Respectfully submitted. 
Dot Hall, Clerk 

Members Present: 

Jean Henry, Ray Fisher, Louise Fisher, Eugene Floyd, Linda Carroll, Ed Bullock, 
Dot Hall, Carlene Evans, Paul Nix, Mary Margaret Brooks, W. W. Lennon, and 
David DeVane 



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EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE MINUTES 



The Executive Committee of the Wilmington Baptist Association met on 
Tuesday, March 19, 1991 at the Associational Office with Gary Trawlck, Moderator, 
presiding. Vincent Wall had the devotion. 

Minutes of the February meeting were approved with two corrections in 
Carlene's report on dates of conferences. The Treasurer's Report was reviewed. 
Gary proposed a capital reserve of $5,000 be placed into the 1991 budget to take 
care of emergencies. Motion was made by W. W. Lennon to that effect and seconded 
by Vincent Wall. Motion carried. 

STAFF REPORTS I 

Carlene Evans - BSU/Resort /Leisure 

The BSU is going great. The Outreach groups participated in a youth 
fellowship at Winter Park Saturday night. The fund raiser on Saturday earned 
$476.20 (two hundred will go the SBC for Summer Mission Programs). Four churches 
were open to the BSU Outreach groups, who spoke at Sunday School and Worship 
service. Spring conference will be April 5-7. Door hangers are left on campus 
doors during our regular visitation. The last BSU meeting will be April 24th. 

Resort Ministry training session for summer missions was last Friday will 
26 attending. 

Campers on Missions Weekend will be April 12-14. 

The Marina Ministry starts again after Easter. 

Mary Margaret Brooks - CCM Director 

Plans for a Senior Adult trip to Pennsylvania in September at a cost of 
$273. A minimum of 45 persons needed. The clothing closet is being changed from 
winter to summer clothing for children. I will be working as a clearing house 
in the Family Assistance program. A booklet, the Assistance Directory, will be 
available soon. The FEMA money has been distributed. Also, in working with 
Catholic Social Program and Social Services, assisting persons in need of money 
for meditation. 

There has been 5 speaking engagements this month as a Home Missionary. 
The Good Government Seminar on April 6 at Freedom Baptist Church is a must for 
everyone. 

Ed Bullock - Director of Missions 

I wish to affirm the staff for a job well done. Another praise of two 
churches sending money to WBA for the first time. The Brazil team of 18 
needs to be 24 leaving April 18. Pray for more money and people to 
respond. Saturday, March 23 at Barlow Vista will be a pig picking for the 
Brazil project. The sports team scheduled for June has already started 
basketball practice. 

The Counseling Center monies are coming in. 

The S.S. Training School at Wrlghtsboro was very good. 



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Good Brick Masons are needed to finish the walls at Bear Branch. 



Seminary Extension is expanding to Pender County Prison. 
The light has been replaced in the Parking Lot. 
The Nominating Committee will be reporting soon. 
Cooperative Agreements for 1992 were reviewed and approved. 
Key Leadership at Ridgecrest will be May 13 and 14th. 
Mr. Eugene Floyd dismissed with prayer. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Dot Hall, Clerk 

Members present: 

W. W. Lennon, Judy Norris, Linda Carroll, Carlene Evans, Mary Margaret Brooks, 
Vincent Wall, Jean Henry, Eugene Floyd, Paul Nix, Gary Trawick, Ed Bullock, and 
Dot Hall 



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EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE MINUTES 



The Executive Committee of the Wilmington Baptist Association met April 
16, 1991, 7:30 pm at the WBA Office. Ed Bullock presided. The devotional time 
was sharing of favorite Bible verses. 

A review of the financial report showed a total of $15,486 received from 
WBA churches for March. Minutes were approved with corrected spelling of 
medication in Mary Margaret's report and budget should read 1991-92 

Staff Reports i 

Carlene Evans - Resort/Loisuro/BSU Ministries 

Ten persons represented the WBA on the Azalea Festival Float. 
Campers on Missions met at Roger's Bay Campground that same weekend with 
Ray Benton leading the activities. Slides of Brazil were shown. I've 
had four Summer Missions Orientations with 27 groups signed up to come. 
BSU has two groups with 25-30 attending each group. End of the year 
activities will be a trip to Carowinds this Saturday. The Outreach Team 
will be speaking in churches this Sunday. The BSU at Cape Fear will 
continue through May with 5 attending. 

Mary Margaret Brooks - Church £ Community Ministries 

- Senior Adult trip in September has 40 persons committed. 

Senior Adult Rally for May, a Hee Haw Program, will be at the First 
Baptist Church Activities Building. 

- The mobil Medical/Dental Clinic will be set up at Riley's Creak Baptist 
Church, May 20, 21, 6 22 with doctors, dentists, nurses, dental 
assistants and translators, ready to serve. Suzanne McCarthy is 
scheduling youth groups to participate. I'm going on the Literacy Board 
and we are encouraging everyone to participate in the big fund raiser, 
The Lamplighter. 

BUSINESS I 

Motion was made by Ray Fisher that the Missions Development Council 
Director be place on the Executive Committee. Motion was seconded by Grady 
Barnes and carried. 

Paul Nix - Missions Development Director 

Paul Nix reported on the Missions Development meeting that was held 
earlier before the Executive Council Meeting. Brother Ed will be preaching 
this Sunday at St. Paul Missionary Baptist Church. 

The possibility of a Baptist Center at Immanuel Baptist Church and a 
black church in that area. There needs to be appointment times set for Social 
Ministry as demands are great. 

Vance Midgett - Youth Council Director 

Vance announced several important events and dates to remember: 

May 3 at Kenan Auditorium - A concert by "NewSong" - A 
Contemporary Christian Music Group 
June 22 - Olympics in the Park 
- July 25-26 - Youth Rally at Carowinds. There will be available 
two chartered buses leaving from the WBA to Carowinds on July 
25th. 

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August 17 - End of Summer Blast - Greenfield Park Amphitheater 
September 28 G 29 - Youth Retreat - Fort Caswell 

Ed Bullock - Director of Missions 

Ed spoke encouragingly of activities being carried on in the WBA. 

- WMU Associat ional Leadership Conferences at 1st Baptist Activities 
Building had 30 in attendance. 

May 9 - VBS Jamboree at Popular Grove Plantation and Scotts Hill 
Baptist Church 

- May 18 - Associational Missions Fair at Myrtle Grove Baptist Church, 
11:00 AM till 3:00 PM. Baptist Men's Rally/Dinner from the Disaster 
Response truck with guest speaker, Bill Gurley 

Building report includes cabinet soon to come for Judy's office and 
general organization with Louise Fisher's help 

- The gift of an AM Radio Station to the WBA Is still being discussed 
The RidgecreBt Key Leadership Conference will not be attended this 
year as conference time will only be 4 hours with a minimum travel 
time of 12 hours. 

An Evangelistic Crusade planned for 1992 has been moved to 1993 
Brazil team of 18 will be leaving this Thursday - June will be the 
Sports Team 

Monies for the Counseling Center are still coming in. 
Ed dismissed with prayer. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Dot Hall, Clerk 

Those Attending Were: 

Ed Bullock, Mary Margaret Brooks, Carlene Evans, Judy Norris, Linda Carroll, 
Ray Fisher, Louise Fisher, Vance Midgett, Grady Barnes, W. W. Lennon, and Paul 
Nix 



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EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE MINUTES 



Tha Executive Committee of the Wilmington BaptiBt Association met Tuesday, 
May 21, 1991 at the Aesoclational Office. Gary Trawick, moderator, presided. 
Danny Hawkins led in a devotional time. 

Gary Trawick brought several items of businesses: 

- Motion by David Stewart that the Executive Committee meeting time be moved 
to June 11, as Ed Bullock will be in Brazil for two weeks. Seconded by 
Danny Hawkins and motion was carried. 

Danny Hawkins made a motion to have the July General Board meeting at 
Southside Baptist Church. Motion was seconded by Ray Potter. Motion was 
carried . 

Motion was made by Paul Nix to accept the report on the water drain line 
with the Lutheran Church next door. Motion was seconded by David Stewart 
and motion was carried. 

Approval given of the letter to WBA Bond holders; there is about $36,000 
in this fund that has not been withdrawn. 

October Annual Planning Meeting with Dr. Francis ChesBon, Chairman has 
suggested several good speakers. 

- The WBA Newsletter for June will be one page and a July/August combination. 
Bids for printing the newsletter will be let out. Bulk mailing hopefully 
has been changed to group leadership distributions. These are coBt cutting 
ideas . 

Associational Spring Planning Conference to be May 30. 

Mr. Nix spoke to the Association Manual and the Constitution. The 
Constitution is to include Personnel guidelines. 

- Minutes were approved as written. 
Financial report discussed and approved. 

Louise Fisher brought the Nominating Committee Report: Group Leader, 
Charlie Mollis or Charles Faulk; Evangelism Committee, Greg Newton, Duncan 
Futrelle, Randy Speight, Ray Fisher, Chairman; BSU, Toi Creech; Resort, 
Shirley Horn; Hotel/Motel, Shawn Stovall; youth Council, Dodd Mays and 
Catherine Snaeden. Motion was made by David Stewart that we accept this 
report, seconded by Ray Potter, motion carried. 

Gary Trawick explained "Interest On Lawyers Trust Fund", emphasizing 3 
items: (1) Money to go to a Scholarship Fund, (2) Must be related to the 
legal field, and (3) Stress that it is open to everyone and not just for 
Baptist only. Motion to apply for IOLTF by Ray Potter, seconded by David 
Stewart. Motion carried. This is $25,000 to be used for the Counseling 
Center Scholarship Fund. 



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Brazil discussion and information on a van given to Guy Key. Motion by 
David Stewart to allow Guy Key to sell the van that our Association bought 
and use the money as he sees fit. Seconded by Ray Fisher. Motion carried. 
The basketball team will be leaving in June. 

Ed Bullock gave information on future plans for BSU building to be in 3 
different stages. 

Carlene Evans - BSU/Resort 

There are 10 BSU Summer Students meeting through June. Summer Resort 
ministries were explained with S summer missionaries and 27 Resort Mission groups 
at Surf City, Carolina Beach and Kure Beach. 

Vance Midgett - Youth Council Director 

The "NewSong" Concert was a success; Summer Olympics on June 22 has been 
cancelled, not enough participation. Super Summer at Carowinds, July 25 £25 for 
N.C. Youth; August 17, a Youth happening at Greenfield Amphitheater; and 
September 28-29, Youth Retreat at Ft. Caswell. 

Paul Nix - Missions Development 

Paul reported a successful Missions Fair at Myrtle Grove Baptist Church. 

Ed Bullock highlighted the many different activities going on in the WBA. 

Motion to adjourn by David Stewart, seconded by Paul Nix. Meeting closed 
with prayer by David DeVane. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Dot Hall, Clerk 

Present : 

Danny Hawkins, Louise Fisher, Ray Fisher, David DeVane, Paul Nix, Gary Trawick, 
Carlene Evans, Jean Henry, Linda Carroll, Ed Bullock, Ray Potter, Vance Midgett, 
David Stewart, Judy Norris 



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EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE MINUTES 



The Executive Committee of the Wilmington BaptiBt Association met 
Tuesday, June 11, 1991, 7:30 p.m. at the Assoclational Office. Danny Hawkins, 
Vice Moderator, presided. Ray Fisher had the devotional. 

Minute9 of the May meeting were approved. 

David Stewart reports the Counseling Center monies amount to about 
S10,000. Contacts will be made to those churches that have not contributed at 
this time. 



STATF REPORTS: 



Carlene Evans - BSU7 Re sort /Lei sure 

Summer missionaries had a soul-winning conference today with Don HOrn 
leading. Other plans for Christian growth will be using survival kits and 
enrichment times together. The first mission group (of the 27 mission groups 
coming this summer) is on the field and working. 

The Marina Ministry is to begin Monday. There are 8 to 10 summer BSU 
Students meeting on Monday nights. There will be a BSU display table this 
weekend for Freshmen Orientation. 



Mary Margaret Brooks - CCM Director 

David Stewart and I composed a letter applying for the IOLTF, which was 
passed on to Gary Trawick. 

Backyard activities at Nesbitt Court area with Jeff Brooks are exciting. 
Hal Bilbo has 2 CSM workers in the Wallace/Burgaw area. The Dental/Medical Van 
was the most rewarding event and a big success with 122 visits and 13 
professions of faith. Report was given at Pine View last Sunday night and an 
offering was taken for the Hispanic Ministry, Gus and Peggy Lara were there. 
Family Crisis always has a long list of needs. The full time Korean Pastor 
will begin in July. The Senior Adult trip to Pennsylvania has a long waiting 
list. 



Ed Bullock - Director of Missions 

The Brazil basketball team will be leaving on June 13, 1991. Pray for 
this group. The August 1st Evangelism team has not been completed. A medical 
team for October is coming together. 

Financial report reviewed and approved. 

W. W. Lennon, Trustee, will check on property lines at the WBA 

- Motion was made by Paul Nix that Family Crisis persons see Mary 
Margaret by appointments. After discussion there was an amendment by 
Louise Fisher that Family Crisis persons see Mary Margaret by 
appointment whenever possible and if possible come without children. 
Motion was carried. 



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July General Board will meet at Southside Baptist Church. 

Danny Hawkins adjourned the meeting with prayer. 

Respectfully submitted. 
Dot Hall, Clerk 

Members Present: 

Linda Carroll, Judy Norris, Mary Margaret Brooks, Jean Henry, Paul Nix, Ray 
Fisher, Louise Fisher, Carlene Evans, Danny Hawkins, W. W. Lennon, Francis 
Chesson, David Stewart, Dot Hall, and Ed Bullock 



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The Executive Committee of the Wilmington Baptist Association met August 
20, 1991, 7:15 p.m. at the Associational Office. Gary Trawick, moderator, 
presiding. Paul Nix led in devotion. 

Minutes were reviewed and approved. 

Financial report reviewed and approved. 

STAFF REPORTS: 

Carlene Evans - Resort /Lei sure/ BSU 

The 5 summer missionaries were very dependable and carried out a variety 
of ministries, as day camps, backyard Bible Clubs, family programs, puppets, 
nursing home visits, clowning etc. There were 40 professions of faith with the 
30 mission groups. Missionaries may not be forthcoming next year due to the 
Baptist State Convention cutting the program financial support. 

BSU has a great beginning. At freshman orientation, 150 students were 
interested in BSU. Sixty-two will be going on a cruise tomorrow via a new- 
used van just purchased from First Baptist Church, Wilmington. Activities In 
September include a volleyball tournament at Campbell University, Activities 
Fair at UNCW, and Fall Convention at Ridgecrest the end of September. 

Mary Margaret Brooks - Church and Community Ministries 

Senior Adult Rally at Scotts Hill Baptist Church had 160 persons enjoying 
the meal and program. 

Family Crisis ministered to 20 persons in July, 10 already in August. 
The Boap has been distributed. Special needs that Social Services does not 
meet such as, medicines, electric fans, and blankets for the homeless has been 
our emphasis. 

The International Dinner, September 7 at First Baptist Activities 
Building, everyone is invited, bring a covered dish. 

The summer missionaries, under the direction of Hal Bilbo, worked hard 
and hard 18 different ministries. 

The Senior Adult trip to Pennsylvania has 44 signed to go. 

Mr. W. w. Lennon went on record as opposing the WBA supporting any group 
that sponsors a lottery. Ed emphasized the importance of having Baptist people 
on boards in order to uphold Baptist beliefs and values. 

A notary was present when Gary Trawick and Dot Hall signed the contract 
between the WBA and N.C. Baptist Hospital to establish a Pastoral Counseling 
Center. This contract has been carefully reviewed by David Stewart, Ray 
Richardson, Dr. Francis Chesson and Lloyd Bradshaw. 

Ed Bullock - Director of Missions Report 

Construction of a new entrance to the WBA 
- Mr. Phelps will make a working drawing for a BSU building 

Monies are forthcoming from a joint mission endeavor with WBA and 
First Baptist Church. Also some of the unclaimed WBA bondB to be 
given to WBA for building purpose. 

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Motion by David DeVane that WBA sell the Lincoln missionary car. 

Motion was seconded and carried. 
Constitutional changes and policy manual should be ready by the Annual 

Meeting 

A request to the personnel committee to have staff reviews 
Gary asked for a first ever audit by Annual Meeting 
A trip to the Old Long Creek church by Ed and Mr. A. H. 

the building not usable for a Hispanic church 
Fall Retreat: 

Ft. Caswell 
Wrightsville Beach - 
Scotts Hill 
Wrightsville Beach - 



Youth Retreat 
Family Life 
Deacon S Spouse 
Marketplace Evangelism 



Harrell deemed 



Sept. 28-29 
October 
November 
December 



Workshops for WMU, S.S., and Brotherhood 

Annual Meeting in October will have Meredith College Choral, Freddie 
Neal, Gene Puckett and Jack Miller as special speakers 



W. W. Lennon gave information on property lines that need to be surveyed 
and permanent markers set. WBA property valued at $582,190.00. 



The meeting was closed with prayer. 

Respectfully submitted, 



Dot Hall, Clerk 



Members Present: 



Jean Henry, Paul Spithaler, W. W. Lennon, David DeVane, Judy Norrie, Carlene 
Evans, Mary Margaret Brooks, Gary Trawick, Paul Nix, Dot Hall, Ray Fisher, 
Louise Fisher, Grady Barnes, Beulah Giddens (Mr. Giddens as guest), and Ed 
Bullock 



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EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE MINUTES 



The Executive Committee of the Wilmington Baptist Association met 
September 17, 1991, at the Associational Office. Gary Trawick, moderator, 
presided. David DeVane led in devotion. 

Minutes were reviewed with discussions on drawings for reception's area 
for the Counseling Center, plans for an audit, survey of the WBA property, and 
approved minutes. 

Financial report was reviewed and approved. 

STAFF REPORTS 

Carlene Evans - Resort/Leisure/BSU 

We had 10 BSU students to go and play volleyball for State Missions at 
Campbell University. Also, we had 10 students to help with food preparation 
at the Good Shepherd House. The Activities Fair gave us 16 additional names 
interested in BSU. Some have become members. There are 25 students signed up 
to go to the Fall Convention at Ridgecrest. 

The Outreach Teams are ready to minister with music, skits, and drama 
for lock-ins, speak to Sunday School classes, and worship services. With 67 
presently enrolled, we are growing at every meeting. 

The Marina Ministry will began the 2nd week in October. 

Ed Bullock - Director of Missions 

Plans for Annual Meeting are exciting 

Constitution and By-Laws are ready to send out to Pastors and churches, 

thanks to Paul Nix and Joan Brewer 
Nominating Committee will present a full slate of officers at the Annual 

Meeting 

- Counseling Center is off to a good start. There will soon be a need to 

increase office hours. David Stewart asked the Nominating 
Committee to select Board Members to have no less than 80% Baptist 
coming from areas covered by the WBA. 

- Deacons and Spouse Retreat at Scotts Hill Baptist Church is Nov. 15 & 16, 

with a $10 registration fee. 

- Grady BarneB addressed the lighting situation. 

- Staff have received a self review form to be returned by the 20th. These 

will be reviewed by the Director of Missions and Chairman of the 
Personnel Committee. 
Louise Fisher has shared Brazil with Gideons 

Foreign Missions this year is on Venezuela, W. W. and Sally Lennon are 

prepared, having been in Venezuela 3 times. 
Mary Margaret Brooks reports includes International Banquet had 250 

people with 24 countries represented. At this time, 44 Senior 

Adults are in Pennsylvania. There is a need for funds for Japanese 

Ministry. Language Missions are growing 
Budget Committee are working diligently 

- Baptist State Convention commitment of $2000 has been received. Motion 

by David Stewart that money be used for part-time receptionist. 

Motion was carried. 
Applications for church growth assistance already approved and need 

signatures 
Fall Retreatst 

Youth Retreat - Ft. Caswell - Sept. 28-29 

Family Life - Wrightsville Beach - Oct. 11-12 

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Deacons & Spouse - Scotts Hill - Nov. 15-16 

Marketplace Evangelism - Wrightsville Beach - Dec. 13-14 

Workshop for WMU, SS, and Brotherhood 

Grady Barnes adjourned with prayer 



Respectfully submitted, 
Dot Hall, Clerk 



Members Present: 



Gary Trawick, Ed Bullock, David Stewart, Danny Hawkins, Francis Chesson, David 
DeVane, W. W. Lennon, Grady Barnes, Ray Fisher, Louise Fisher, Paul Nix, 
Carlene Evans, and Dot Hall 



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GENERAL BOARD MINUTES 



The General Board of the Wilmington BaptiBt Association met January 15, 
1991 at Castle Hayne Baptist Church. Gary Trawick, moderator, presided. Peggy 
Croom led the congregational singing. Howard Woodard of the Castle Hayne 
Church welcomed everyone and led in prayer. A summary of WBA minutes since 
July 17th Board Meeting was presented for information. The financial statement 
reported a working balance of S2.196.19 as of January 15th. 

BUSINESS ! 

Nominating Committee for 1991-1992: 

Louise Fisher, Chairperson Doug Danner 

Ed King Linda Fowler 

Steve Bolton Mike Hopkins 

Joan Brewer Bryan Smith 

Mary Catherine Beall 
Louise Fisher brought as a motion from the Nominating Committee, the 
following as group leaders: Group I - Eugene Floyd, Atkinson; Group II - Fred 
Walker, Riley's Creek; Group III - David DeVane, Calvary; Group IV - Bay 
Fisher, Wilmington, First; Group V - Larry Botts, Myrtle Grove; Group VI - 
Admah Lanier, Scotts Hill. Motion was seconded and carried. 

The official dates for the 1991 Annual Meeting will be October 21 at 
Scotts Hill Baptist Church and October 22 at Pine Valley Baptist Church. 

Paul Nix brought a recommendation that Whispering Pines Church be given 
approval to borrow monies from the Baptist State Convention for building 
purposes. Motion was approved and carried. 

REPORTS : 

Ed Bullock gave the WBA staff reports of upcoming events: 

- Bloodmobile - January 21 - Pine Valley Baptist; January 22 - Burgaw 
Baptist; January 23 - Surf City 

WBA Baptist Men's Prayer Breakfast and Dinner at Freedom Baptist 
Church on January 26, with Dr. Alton Hood as the guest speaker. 
Senior Adult Rally - Feb. 7th at Winter Park Baptist Church. 
Wayne Bristow will be here on Feb. 15th planning for evangelistic 
crusade . 

A WBA One Day Evangelistic Conference at Calvary on Feb. 18th, with 
Dr. Frederick Haynee, III preaching. 

A car for missionaries staying in our area has been donated by Admah 
Lanier . 

Brazil emphasis - money needed for two churches and volunteers to go 
to build, preach, teach and heal. 

- The vision of a Baptist Counseling Center is moving closer. The next 
item of needs is funds. 

SPECIAL MUSIC - Peggy Croom 

Gary asked three persons to have special prayer for world conditions, 
especially Iraq and U.S. leaders. Gary brought a message from Luke 10:30 using 
the good Samaritan and personal stories for reasons to support a Counseling 
Center for our area. 

Adjournment into 8 Witnessing and Giving Revival Preparation Conferences. 

Refreshments in Fellowship Hall provided by Castle Hayne Baptist Church. 

Respectfully submitted. 
Dot Hall, Clerk 

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The General Board of the Wilmington Baptist Association met July 16, 1991 
at Southside Baptist Church. Moderator, Gary Trawick opened the session with 
prayer. Peggy Croom led the congregation in a hymn. 

Robert Gordon, Chairman of Deacons, extended a welcome to all. 

Minutes of past meeting were approved. 

Ed Bullock gave the following staff reports: 

Carlene'e summer staff and missionary groups are busy. 
- Mary Margaret and Ralph Holt used the Medical Van at Riley's Creek. 
Financial Report balance for June was S3, 383.00. 
Counseling Center monies $10,164. 

Brazil Basketball trip was a success. Evangelistic team for August 
needs 2 more people, need financial resources. Commissioning service 
at Centerville on July 28. 

Thank you to Volunteers - J. P. McGlnnis, Doug Cline, Grady Barnes, 

and Romulus Britt for WBA Office improvement and remodeling. 

We have a new Korean Pastor. 

S. S. Leadership Workshop at Wrightsboro. 

WMU bags for $10, profits to go toward Brazil trips. 

Louise Fisher presented a motion from the Nominating Committee for 
directors of several associational committees. Motion carried. A complete 
report will be presented at the Annual Meeting. 

David Stewart, Chairman of Personnel Committee, after giving information, 
presented a motion that a Pastoral Counseling Center be established at the WBA 
under the auspicious of the N.C. Baptist Hospital. Motion was seconded and 
carried. David introduced Dr. Mac Wallace, who will be the director of the 
Counseling Center. 

Worship in music with Peggy Croom; testimony and message by Dr. Mac 
Wallace. 

The Key Leadership Conferences followed. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Dot Hall, Clerk 



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PROCEEDINGS 
NINETY- FIRST ANNUAL SESSION 

October 21, 1991 
Scotts Hill Baptist Church 

Theme: Sharing Heritage and Hope 

SESSION ONE I 

1. Registration - 1:45 P.M. 

2. Prelude 

3. The Session Convened - Rev. Danny Hawkins, Vice Moderator, 

4. Hymn Medley - Phil Rivenbark, Wrightsvllle Beach Baptist Church 

5. Scripture and Invocation - Rev. Duncan Futrelle 

6. Adoption of the Program - Dr. Francis Chesson 

7. Words of Welcome - Dr. Eddie Davis, Host Pastor 

8. Recognition of Guest 

9. Business Session - Reports listed in Book of Reports 

Church Panel Leader - Ed Bullock 

Sunday School - Katherine Godwin 

DiscipleBhip Training - Eddie Davis 

Woman's Missionary Union - Catherine Sneeden 

Brotherhood - J. P. McGinnis 

Music 

Youth Ministries - Vance Hidgett 
Pastoral Ministries - David Stewart 
Stewardship Ministries - Gene Floyd 
Evangelism Ministries - Onree Fisher 
Media Ministries - Louise Fisher 

10. Hymn of Praise - Victory In Jesus 

11. Christian Social Ministries Panel Leaders - Paul Nix 6 Ralph Holt 

Inner City - Jeff Brooks 

Family Assistance - Mary Margaret Brooks 
Senior Adults - Paul Bunn 

Children's Clothes Closet - June Tregembo 
Literacy - Billie Granger 
Physically Handicapped - Dixie Riley 
Daycare and After School - Geral Green 
Homeless Ministries - Perry Laymon 
Bloodmobile - Laura Spivey 

12. Missions Outreach Reports - Panel Leader - Paul Nix 

Multi-Housing - Thurman Mired 
Chaplaincy - Mac Wallace 
Black Church Relations - A. H. Harrell 
Inter-Faith - Hal Bilbo 

Resort /Leisure - Don Horn 6 Carlene Evans 
Church Extension - Bill Oaks 

30 MINUTE BREAK 

13. Hymn of Praise - There Shall Be Showers Of Blessings 

14. Miscellaneous Business - Recognitions of new pastors and church staff: 

Mike S Judy Moore - Pastor, Silver Lake Baptist Church 
Glenda Bohannon - Minister of Music, Silver Lake Baptist Church 
Darby Worrell - Minister of Music, Scotts Hill Baptist Church 
Duncan Futrelle - Pastor, Ogden Baptist Church 

Clifton Harris - Minister of Music, Winter Park Baptist Church 
Presentation of a revised Constitution and By-Laws - Melvin Hall 
Presentation of Nominating Committee - Louise Fisher 
Hot ion to adopt - Approved 

15. Hymn of Praise - Fill My Cup, Lord 

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16. Reflection on Heritage - Freddie Neel, a pantomime artiBt, presented a 

dramatic portrayal of The Woman At The Well. 

17. Baptist Student Union Report - Hike Queen & Carlene Evans 

18. The Meredith Ensemble - Directed by Sally Thomas 

19. Benediction - Thanksgiving for Fellowship Dinner - Jimmy Suggs, Jr. 
SESSION TWO - Gary Trawick - Presiding 

20. Prelude - Barbara King and LuAnn Davis 

21. The Meredith Ensemble - Directed by Sally Thomas 

22. Call to Order - Gary Trawick, Moderator 

23. Hymn Medley - How Great Thou Art - Darby Worrell 

24. Scripture and Invocation - Mike Moore 

25. Special Ministries - Panel Leaders - Ed Bullock 

Seminary Extension - Vincent Wall 
ACTS TV Network - Dana McAtee 
Counseling Center - Mac Wallace 

26. Miscellaneous Business: 

- Motion from Bill Oaks, Church Review Committee, that Victory Baptist 

Church be accepted into the Wilmington Baptist Association. Motion 
seconded and adopted. 

- Motion from Bill Oaks that Evangelistic Baptist Church be under the 

Watchcare of the Wilmington Baptist Association. Motion seconded and 
adopted. 

- Kemmy Goodson presented a motion to adopt the 1991-92 WBA Budget. Motion 

seconded and carried. 

27. Hymn of Praise - Tell Me The Story Of Jesus 

28. Appointment of Time, Place and Preacher Committee will be Arnold Ray 

Potter, Eugene Floyd and Charles Fox, Sr. 

29. Reflections on Heritage - Freddie Neel presenting - Miss Annie Armstrong 

30. Special Music - Scotts Hill Baptist Church Choir 

31. Annual Sermon - Rev. Jack Miller, Pastor, Centerville Baptist Church 

32. Benediction - Bob Compton 

Tuesday, October 22, 1991 
Pine Valley Baptist Church 

Theme: Sharing Heritage and Hope 

SESSION THREE - Gary Trawick - Presiding 

33. Prelude - Chip Fetner and Jean Zalme 

34. Call to Order - Gary Trawick, Moderator 

35. Hymn of Medley - Peggy Croom 

36. Scripture and Invocation - Jimmy Napier 

37. Words of Welcome - Kevin Reavis 

38. Recognition of Guests - Victor Cole of the Baptist State Convention 

promoted the Marketplace Evangelism Retreat at Wrightsville Beach Baptist 
Church on December 13-14 

39. Reflections on Heritage - Freddie Neel presented Miss Lottie Moon 

40. Business Session: 

Arnold Ray Potter reports WBA Annual Meeting will be October 19 & 20, 
1992, at Sunset Park Baptist Church and Atkinson Baptist Church with Mike 
Queen bringing the Annual Message 

41. Language Missions Report - Panel Leaders - Paul Nix & Mary Margaret Brooks 

Hispanic Missions - Gus Lara 
Korean Mission - Craig Register 
Japanese Fellowship - Sally Lennon 
Chinese Fellowship - Katherine Godwin 
ESL - Gladys Baker 



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42. Motion from Louise Fisher, Chairperson, Nominating Committee, that the 

following persons be elected to the Board of Directors for the N.C. 

Baptist Hospital Counseling Center at Wilmington: 

Dr. Francis Cheseon, Chairperson Rev. Dennis Bazemore 

Rev. David Stewart Judge Jay Corpening 

Dr. Julian Keith Dr. Allen McKeithan 

Dr. Bertram Williams Mr. Harold Seagle 

Mr. Admah Lanier Mrs. Miriam Pickles imer 

Mr. Ray Richardson Dr. Joseph Windley 

Mr. Lloyd Bradshaw Mrs. Katherine Godwin 

Rev. Gordon Wright Rev. A. C. Beall 

Ex-officio: Rev. Ed Bullock, Judge Gary Trawick, Dr. Mac Wallace 

43. Meet our Missionary Furlough Guest - Tom Canady 

44. Hymn - The Solid Rock - Peggy Croom 

45. Special Music - Pine Valley Baptist Church Choir 

46. Message - Gene Puckett, Editor of the Biblical Recorder, reflected on How 

We Started, Where We Are, and Where We Are Going. History of our State 
Baptist work and what. 

47. Benediction - Malcolm Lewis 



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REGISTERED MESSENGERS 



ATKINSON t Mrs. W. J. Green, Mr. W. J. Green, Mrs. Eugene R. Floyd 

BARLOW-VI STA I Rev. Doug Danner, Mr. Clifton Howard, Mra. Clifton Howard, Mr. 
Billy Sanders, Mrs. Linda Sanders 

BURGAHi Dr. Francis Chesson, Mr. Gary Trawick 

CALVARY t Rev. C. L. King, Rev. Vance Midgett, Mrs. Katherine Godwin, 

Mr. & Mrs. Charles Fox, Sr., Mr. & Mrs. Chester Moore, Mr. & Mrs. John 
Giddens, Mr. & Mrs. Frank Cavenaugh 

CAROLINA BEACH. FIRST: Rev. Steve Bolton, Rev. Clyde Case, Jr., Mr. R.E. 
Hatcher, Mrs. Jane Hatcher, Mrs. Linda Bolton 

CENTERVILLE: Rev. Jack Miller, Mrs. Shirley Miller, Mr. Archie Corbett, Mra . 
Janet Corbett 

COLLEGE ACRES I Mr. Sam Wells, Mrs. Joan Brewer, Mr. Steve Betz 
FOREST HILLS I Mr. Jimmy English, Mrs. Maxine English 

GIBSON AVENUE i Rev. Vernon Fash, Mr. Lawrence Woodcock, Mr. Casper Willoughby, 
Mr. Steve Guertin, Mrs. Donna VanVliet 

GREENFIELD i Mrs. Frances Anderson, Mrs. Myrtle Towles, Mrs. Suaie Wells, 
Mr. Frank Collins, Mrs. Evelyn Collins 

HAMP STEAD: Mr. Joyce Costin, Mr. Dale Porter, Mrs. Elaine Edgell, Mr. Carl 
Wilbanks, Mr. Mark Justice 

HAW BLUFF I Rev. Robert Compton, Mr. John English, Mr. Elvin Squires 

IMMANUELi Rev. Roland Dauphinais, Mr. Claude Rich 

IVANHOE: Rev. Melvin Hall, Mrs. Dot Hall, Ms. Lorraine Moore, Ms. Edna Lyerly 

LAKE FOREST i Dr. Ralph Holt, Mrs. Jackie Holt, Rev. & Mrs. Gus Lara, Mrs. 
Grace Carter, Mrs. Dorothy Powell, Miss Pat Wychoff, Mra. Joe Johnson, 
Mr. Harold Jacobs 

LAKE FOREST HISPANIC : Rev. & Mrs. Gus Lara 

LONG LEAF; Mr. Lee Trevitt, Rev. Ricky Gilley, Ms. Sharon Gaskins, Rev. Rick 
Wilburn, Rev. Hugh Folds, Blannie Neal 

MOUNT HOLLY I Dr. Hal Bilbo 

MURRAY MEMORIAL I Dr. Allen McKeithan, Rev. Steve McLean, Mr. Bill Shourds, 
Mr. Pete Bass, Mr. Kemmy Goodeon, Mrs. Nancy Kling, Mr. Davis Carr, 
Mrs. Joyce Paramore, Mr. Larry Paramore, Mr. Glenn Kling, Mrs. Elaine 
Underwood 

MYRTLE GROVE i Mrs. Everlena Raper, Ms. Kathleen Neal, Ms. Katliy Phelps 

NEW HOPEi Rev. Oscar Hullender, Mrs. Carolyn Hullender, Mr. Gary Aswell, 
Mrs. Becky El let s , Mrs. Christine Smith 



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OQDE Hi Rev. Duncan Futrello, Mrs. Angela Futrelle, Mr. Allard Harrell, 

Mr. & Mrs. Robert Burria, Rev. 6 Mre. Albert Beall, Mrs. Betty Roderick, 
Mr. Billy Watkins, Mr. Zanny Klstler 

OLIVET I Rev. Jon Blackburn 

RILET ' B CREEK I Dr. Joey Faucette, Hra. Rowan Faucette, Mr. Rick Beacham, 
Ms. Becky Blanchard, Mrs. Linda Richards, Mrs. Angela Beacham 

SCOTTB HILLl Dr. Eddie Davis, Mr. Jimmy Suggs, Jr., Mr. Tommy Todd, Mr. Adroah 
Lanier 

SEA GATE I Mrs. Katherlne McKenzle, Mrs. Edith Nix, Hrs. Susan Miller, Mrs. 
Shirley Lee, Mrs. Eva Larson, Mrs. Helen Becker 

BHILOHj Mr. Jimmy DeVane, Mrs. Dorothy Cobb, Ms. Lucille Eakins, Ms. Edna 
Moore 

SILVER LAKE i Mrs. Claudia Matthews, Mr. Mickey Matthews, Mr. Brad Donnell, 
Ms. Deby Jedrey, Mrs. Betty Sasser, Mr. Jim Hayes 

SOuTHSIDEl Rev. Tommy Puckett, Mr. Romulus Britt, Mr. Gene Britt, Mr. C.B. 
Lewis 

SUNSET PARXl 

SURF CITTi Mrs. Bessie Mae Batts, Mr. Robert Carnaghan, Mrs. Shirley Horn, 
Mr. John Montgomery, Mr. Glenn Batts, Mrs. Margaret Stackleather 

TEMPLE; Dr. James Whetstone, Rev. Jimmy Rogers, Miss Julie McVey, Mr. Eric 
Farr, Mr b . Ruby Williams 

*"Tt1trft r Bi rH*T' Mr. Tom Pitts, Mr. William Batts, Mr. C.V. Brooks, III, 

Ms. Grace Farrior, Mr. Morris Andrews, Ms. Emily Jessup, Ms. Maggie 
Batts, Ms. Gracie Howard, Mr. G. M. Rivenbark, Jr. 

WHISPERING PINES i Dr. Charles Harris, Mrs. Faye Harris 

WILLARDl Rev. Robert Millis, Mr. V.C. Knowles, Ms. Jean Farrior, Mr. Virgil 
Tosto 

WILMINGTON. FIRSTi Ms. Catherine Sneeden, Mr. Onree Fisher, Mrs. Louise Fisher 

WINTER PARXl Mrs. Sally Lennon, Mr. James Peterson, Mrs. Allene Peterson, 

Mr. Walter Barnhill, Mrs. Betty Barnhill, Mr. George Gaddy, Mrs. Mary 
Gaddy, Mr. Harris Malpass, Mrs. Marva Malpaes, Mr. Billy Wall, Mrs. Jean 
Wall, Ms. Dorothy Hollls, Mrs. Libba Pruitt, Mr. Joe Allard, Mrs. Clarlne 
Allard, Mr. William Norrls 

WRIOBTSBOROi Dr. Harvey whaley, Jr., Rev. Michael Lewie, Mrs. Peggy Croom, 
Mr. Dondi Pace, Mrs. Loretta White, Mrs. Jewell Floyd, Mrs. Virginia 
Honeycutt 

HRIOHTSVILLE PE ACH | Rev. Danny Hawkins, Rev. Phil Rivenbark, Mr. John Trultt, 
Mrs. Iris Most, Mrs. Marsha Cowart, Mr. Stan Wiley, Ma. Joyce Brim, 
Mr. Paul Spithaler, Mr. Gene Floyd 



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Canetuck 


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First 


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Freedom 


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Wrightsville 


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Beach 


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Hampstead 


39. 


Rocky Point 






19. 


Haw Bluff 


40. 


Scotts Hill 






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Immanuel 


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1992 MINUTES 



WILMINGTON BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 

610 SOUTH COLLEGE ROAD 
WILMINGTON, NORTH CAROLINA 28403 
(919) 799-1160 



WAKE FOREST UNIVERSITY LIBRARY 




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Z. Smith Reynolds Library 



NOT TO BE CIRCULATE 



MINUTES 
OF THE 

WILMINGTON BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 
NINETY-SECOND ANNUAL SESSION 
HELD WITH 

SUNSET PARK BAPTIST CHURCH, WILMINGTON, NC 
OCTOBER 19, 1992 
ATKINSON BAPTIST CHURCH, ATKINSON, NC 

OCTOBER 20, 1992 
THE NEXT ANNUAL SESSION WILL BE HELD 
OCTOBER 18, 1993 
CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH, WILMINGTON, NC 
OCTOBER 19, 1993 
RILEY'S CREEK BAPTIST CHURCH, ROCKY POINT, NC 
ANNUAL SERMON: DR. ALLEN MCKEITHAN 



DEDICATION 



It is with great appreciation for the lives of two of our 
outstanding Lay Leaders that we make our dedication for the 1992 
Wilmington Baptist Associational Minutes. Mr. C. Allen Liles, 
served faithfully as the Associational Treasurer for more than 
twenty years. Mr. Liles was Treasurer from 1971 to 1990. He was 
Treasurer Emeritus from 1990 to 1992. Brother Liles was a faithful 
charter member of Long Leaf Baptist Church. He loved his Lord, his 
church, and the cooperative ministries of the Wilmington Baptist 
Association . 

Also, we would like to dedicate these minutes to Mr. Jim 
Kelly. Mr. Kelly served as the Associational Building 

Superintendent (Chairman of the Properties Committee) from 1984 to 
1990. Mr. Kelly was a faithful member of Temple Baptist Church. 
Brother Kelly took great pride in the appearance and maintenance of 
our buildings and grounds. These two fine laymen are excellent 
representatives of the many lay people who give their time and 
energies to undergird the missions ministries of the Wilmington 
Baptist Association. 



IN MEMORY OF 

Mr. C. Allen Liles 

1913 - 1992 



WBA Treasurer— 1971-1990 
WBA Treasurer Emeritus — 1990-1992 



IN MEMORY OF 

Mr. James E. Kelly 

1905 - 1992 

WBA Properties Committee Chairman — 1984-1990 



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TABLE OF CONTENTS 



ANNUAL SESSION PROCEEDINGS 96-97 

ASSOCIATION/ CHURCHES LIAISON REPRESENTATIVES 20 

ASSOCIATIONAL DIRECTORY 1-19 

BUDGET 1991-1992 58-60 

Budget Expenditures 61-63 

Financial Report 64 

Gifts from the Churches 65 

CHURCH DIRECTORY 21-3 8 

CHURCH ORDAINED MINISTERS 66-67 

DECEASED 69-71 

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE MINUTES 7 4-92 

GENERAL BOARD MINUTES 93-95 

HISTORICAL TABLES 72-73 

MAP OF THE ASSOCIATION 100-101 

MESSENGERS TO THE ASSOCIATION 98-99 

MINISTERS ORDAINED THIS YEAR 68 

PERSONS LICENSED THIS YEAR 68 

REPORTS TO THE ASSOCIATION 39-57 

TABLE A THROUGH I 102-121 



ASSOCIATIONAL DIRECTORY 



WILMINGTON BAPTIST ASSOCIATION, 610 South College Rd . , Wilmington, NC 28403; 
799-1160 

DIRECTOR OF MISSIONS - Rev. J. Edwin Bullock, 610 South College Road, 
Wilmington, NC 28403; 799-1160 or 458-3454 (Temple) 

DIRECTOR OF CHURCH AND COMMUNITY MINISTRIES - Mrs. Mary Margaret Brooks, 414 
Stonewall Jackson Dr., Wilmington, NC 28412; 395-1722 (Wilmington, First) 

DIRECTOR OF RESORT/LEISURE/BSU MINISTRIES - Carlene C. Evans, 610 South 
College Road, Wilmington, NC 28403; 799-1160 (Wrightsboro) 

OFFICE SECRETARY /BOOKKEEPER - Ms. Linda G. Carroll, 329 Wayne Dr., Wilmington, 
NC 28403; 763-6669 (Wilmington, First) 

OFFICE SECRETARY/ RECEPTIONIST - Mrs. Judy H. Norris, 611 Middle Sound Loop 
Rd., Lot #1, Wilmington, NC 28405; 686-7110 (Ogden) 

INNER CITY MINISTER - Rev. David Brisson, 4427 Holly Tree Rd., Wilmington, NC 
28409; 392-3508 (Wilmington, First) 

CHURCH RENEWAL /DEVELOPMENT DIRECTOR - Mr. John Truitt, 601 N. Channel Dr., 
Wrightsville Beach, NC 28480; 256-3272 (Wrightsville Beach) 

NC BH COUNSELING CENTER DIRECTOR - Dr. Mac Wallace, 610 South College Rd., 
Wilmington, NC 28403; 799-1071 (Wilmington, First) 

NC BH COUNSELING CENTER SECRETARY - Mrs. Sophia Phelps, 610 S. College Rd., 
Wilmington, NC 28403; 799-1071 (Masonboro) 



OFFICERS (ELECTED ANNUALLY) 



Moderator 



Rev. Danny Hawkins, P. O. Box 21, Wrightsville Beach, 
256-3682 (Wrightsville Beach) 



Vice Moderator 



Mr. Bobby Harrelson, 4000 Oleander Dr., Wilmington, NC 
28403; 799-8855 (Sunset Park) 



Clerk 



Mrs. Dot W. Hall, 146 Lafayette Street, Wilmington, NC 
28405; 686-4455 (Scotts Hill) 



Treasurer 



Mr. Bernard Abrams, 1809 Brewton Court, Wilmington, NC 
28403; 762-6943 (Calvary) 



Asst. Treasurer 



Public Relations 
6 Communications 



Ms. Tammy Blizzard, 1538 Pembroke Jones Dr., 
Wilmington, NC 28403; 256-6006 (Wrightsville Beach) 

Mrs. Joan Brewer 121 S. Cardinal Dr., Wilmington, NC 
799-7818 (College Acres) 



Historian 



Asst. Historian 



Miss Jean Henry, 4902 Marlin Court, Wilmington, NC 
28403; 791-1584 (Centerville) 

Ms. Hattie Squires, RFD, Currie, NC 28435, (Canetuck) 



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Mr. W. W. Lennon, 2226 Brandon Road, Wilmington, NC 
28405; 763-5585 (Winter Park) 

Mr. Paul Spithaler, P. O. Box 332, Wrightaville Beach, 
NC 28480; 256-3081 ( Wright svi 1 le Beach) 

Mr. Arnold Ray Potter, 248 Jeb Stuart Drive, 
Wilmington, NC 28412; 791-0421 (Sunset Park) 

Mr. Eugene Floyd, Rt . 1, Box 171, Kelly, NC 28448; 
283-5603 (Atkinson) 

Rev. Geary Walton, 215 E. Belvedere Rd . , Hampstead, NC 
28443; 270-2402 (Rocky Point) 

Mr. David DeVane, 305 Pioneer Ct . , Wilmington, NC 
28405; 686-1645 (Calvary) 

Mr. Onree Fisher, 2812 Princess Place Dr., Wilmington, 
NC 28405; 762-8055 (Wilmington, Firat) 

Mr. Robert Shipp, 2053 Van Buren St., Wilmington, NC 
28401;762-2994 (Pine Valley) 

Mr. Admah Lanier, 3925 Scotts Hill Loop Rd. , 
Wilmington, NC 28405; 686-7694 (Scotta Hill) 

PERSONNEL COMMITTEE 

Mr. James Mott, 333 Holiday Hilla Dr., Wilmington, NC 
28403; 791-6323 (Masonboro) 

Rev. David Stewart, 106 Buccaneer Rd., Wilmington, NC 
28409; 392-0942 (Masonboro) 

Mr. Stuart Brown, 143 High Tide Dr., Wilmington, NC 
28405; 686-7413 (Scotta Hill) 

Mrs. Mary Leila Andrews, 1606 S. Live Oak Parkway, 
Wilmington, NC 28403; 763-8723 (Temple) 

Mrs. Sandra Reeves, Rt . 1, Box 217, Camp Kirkwood Rd., 
Watha, NC 28471; 285-6868 (Watha) 

Mr. Vance Brooks, 202 N. Duplin St., Wallace, NC 28466; 
285-2262 (Wallace, First) 

PROPERTIES COMMITTEE 

Mr. Grady Barnea, 205 Heritage Park Dr., Wilmington, 
NC 28401; 763-7071 (Calvary) 

Mr. Ken Phelps, 303 Haig Dr., Wilmington, NC 28412; 
392-5110 (Masonboro) 

Mr. George Collins, 134 Bretonshire Dr., Wilmington, 
NC 28405; 392-0643 (Pine Valley) 

Mr. A. H. Harrell, 215 Northbrook Dr., Wilmington, NC 
28405; 791-8180 (Ogden) 

Mr. Ed Parker, 238 Long Leaf Acres Dr., Wilmington, NC 
28405; 791-3851 (Long Leaf) 



Mr. Leamon Mathis, 205 Peanut Rd., Hampstead, NC 28443; 
270-2931 (Topsail) 

Mr. George Gaddy, 234 Seacrest Dr., Wrightsville Beach, 
NC 28480; 256-3491 (Winter Park) 

Mr. Raybourne Batchelor, 613 Ravenwood Rd., Hampstead, 
NC 28443; 270-4810 (Barlow-Vista) 

MISSIONARY FURLOUGH HOUSE COMMITTEE 

Chairperson Ms. Yvonne Lewis, 145 Cliff side Dr., Wilmington, NC 

28409; 799-0976 (Winter Park) 

Mrs. Shirley Jacobs, 502 Clearbrook Dr., Wilmington, 
NC 28409; 791-5624 (Sunset Park) 

Mr. Glenn Kling, 206 Northbrook Dr., Wilmington, NC 
28405; 392-0617 (Murray Memorial) 

Mr. A. H. Harrell, 215 Northbrook Dr., Wilmington, NC 
28405; 791-8180 (Ogden) 

Mrs. Laura Spivey, 1022 43rd St., Wilmington, NC 28403; 
392-2772 (Winter Park) 

Mr. Derek Norris, 611 Middle Sound Loop Rd., Lot #1, 
Wilmington, NC 28405; 686-7110 (Ogden) 

CHURCH REVIEW 

Chairperson Rev. Danny Hawkins. P. O. Box 21, Wrightsville Beach, 

28480; 256-3682 (Wrightsville Beach) 

Rev. Ed Bullock, 610 S. College Rd. , Wilmington, NC 
28403; 799-1160 or 458-3454 (Temple) 

Rev. Paul Nix, 104 Pecan Ave., Wilmington, NC 28403; 
799-8525 (Sea Gate) 

Rev. David Stewart, 106 Buccaneer Rd . , Wilmington, NC 
28409; 392-0942 (Masonboro) 

Mr. Bill Oaks, 326 Covil Ave., Wilmington, NC 28403; 
763-8174 (Sunset Park) 

Mrs. Linda Fowler, Rt. 4, Box 159, Leland, NC 28451; 
371-9951 (Castle Hayne) 

Mrs. Billie Botts, 410 Sharon Dr., Wilmington, NC 
28409; 791-3242 (Myrtle Grove) 

CONSTITUTION AND BY-LAWS COMMITTEE 

Chairperson Rev. Melvin Hall, 146 Lafayette St., Wilmington, NC 

28405; 686-4455 (Scotts Hill/ I vanhoe ) 

Rev. Philip Eakins, Rt . 1, Box 286, Watha, NC 28471; 
283-7657 (Moore's Creek) 



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Mrs. Joan Brewer, 121 S. Cardinal Dr., Wilmington, NC 
28403; 799-7818 (College Acres) 

Mr. Robert Croom, 6924 Murrayville Rd., Wilmington, NC 
28405; 395-4253 (Gibson Avenue) 

Mrs. Joyce Russell, 1210 Bayside Circle W. , Wilmington, 
NC 28403; 256-8447 ( Wr ight svi 1 le Beach) 

ORDINATION ADVISORY COMMITTEE 

Chairperson Rev. Steve Bolton, 409 N. Lake Park Blvd. , Carolina 

Beach, NC 28428; 458-5134 (Carolina Beach) 

Dr. Joe Peterson, P. O. Box 232, Kure Beach, NC 28449; 
458-5561 (Kure Beach) 

Mr. Bob Dudley, 323 Wallace Ave., Wilmington, NC 28403; 
392-3334 (College Acres) 

Rev. Robert E. Lee, 6218 Greenville Sound Rd., 
Wilmington, NC 28409; 350-0888 (Sea Gate) 

Rev. Stacy Wells, 123 Shearin Hills Dr., Castle Hayne, 
NC 28429; 675-0162 (Greenfield) 

Rev. Bob Compton, Rt . 1, Box 131, Kelly, NC 28448; 
669-2965 (Haw Bluff) 

Mr. Ford Rivenbark, P. O. Box 546, Wallace, NC 28466; 
285-2529 (Wallace, First) 

Rev. C. R. Price, 1022 Daisy Lee Dr., Wilmington, NC 
28405; 791-5639 (College Acres) 

Rev. Tommy Kelly, P. O. Box 368, Atkinson, NC 28421; 
283-7140 (Atkinson) 

Rev. Rick Howell, 7990 Market St., Wilmington, NC 
28405; 791-1692 (Oak Grove) 

PROGRAM COMMITTEE 

Chairperson Rev. Dennis Bazemore, 408 W. Main St., Wallace, NC 

28466; 285-2534 (Wallace, First) 

Mrs. Brenda Trott, 185 Washington Acres Rd. , Hampstead, 
NC 28443; 270-3422 (Hampstead) 

Dr. Allen McKeithan, 6914 Masonboro Sound Rd., 
Wilmington, NC 28409; 799-3982 (Murray Memorial) 

Rev. Billy Fowler, Rt . 4, Box 159, Leland, NC 28451; 
371-9951 (Castle Hayne) 

Rev. Rick Gilley, 317 Shipyard Blvd., Wilmington, NC 
28412; 763-2479 (Long Leaf) 



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RESOLUTIONS AND MEMORIALS 



Chairperson Rev. Eugene Ridley, 317 Shipyard Blvd., Wilmington, NC 

28412; 763-2479 (Long Leaf) 

Rev. Horace Hall, 5125 Lord Tennyson Rd., Wilmington, 
NC 28405; 799-5589 (Victory) 

Mrs. Mary Katheryn Beall, 1909 Creecy Ave., Wilmington, 
NC 28403; 762-4809 (Ogden) 

Mrs. Thelma Rochelle, Rt . 2, Box 138-R, Rocky Point, 
NC 28457; 675-3584 (Victory) 

Mr. Bill Futch, Rt. 3, Box 3200, Burgaw, NC 28425; 
259-5399 (Long Creek) 

ASSOCIATIONS STRATEGY COMMITTEE 

Chairperson Rev. Duncan Futrelle, 7121 Market St., Wilmington, NC 

28405; 686-7488 (Ogden) 

Rev. Jim Everette, 15 N. 5th St., Wilmington, NC 28401; 
763-2471 (Wilmington, First) 

Mrs. Janet Hawkins, 4914 Seabrook Court, Wilmington, 
NC 28403; 395-6182 ( Wr ightsville Beach) 

Mrs. Suzanne McCarthy, 4616 Bentley Dr., Wilmington, 
NC 28403; 395-1944 (Pine Valley) 

Rev. Jimmy Napier, 802 N. College Rd., Wilmington, NC 
28405; 799-4898 (Freedom) 

Rev. Don Horn, P. O. Box 2607, Surf City, NC 28445; 
328-2831 (Surf City) 

BAPTIST STUDENT UNION COUNCIL (BSUl 

Chairperson Dr. Mike Queen, 15 N. 5th., Wilmington, NC 28401; 

763-2471 (Wilmington, First) 

Rev. Michael Lewis, 2736 Castle Hayne Rd., Wilmington, 
NC 28401; 763-3181 ( Wr ightsboro ) 

Dr. Eddie Davis, 185 Scotts Hill Rd., Wilmington, NC 
28405; 686-9885 (Scotts Hill) 

Rev. Dennis Bazemore, 408 W. Main St., Wilmington, NC 
28466; 285-2534 (Wallace, First) 

Dr. Lea Dudley, 323 N. Wallace Ave., Wilmington, NC 
28403; 392-3334 (College Acres) 

Miss Julie McVey, 4407 Holly Tree Rd., Wilmington, NC 
28409; 452-9042 (Temple) 

Mrs. Toi Creech, 4622 Mockingbird Lane, Wilmington, NC 
28409; 392-4183 (Winter Park) 



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Member At Large Mb. Carlene Evans, 610 S. College Rd., Wilmington, NC 

28403; 799-1160 ( Wright sboro ) 

SEMINARY EXTENSION COUNCIL 

Chairperson Rev. Vincent Wall, 217 Pinecliff Dr., Wilmington, NC 

28409; 799-9024 (Southside) 

Rev. Horace Jackson, 320 Northern Blvd., Wilmington, 
NC 28401; 762-0627 (Sunset Park) 

Rev. Geary Walton, 2576 Country Club Rd . , Hampstead, 
NC 28443; 270-2402 (Rocky Point) 

Rev. Paul Nix, 104 Pecan Ave., Wilmington, NC 28403; 
799-8525 (Sea Gate) 

Rev. Thurman Allred, 1504 Village Dr. , Wilmington, NC 
28403; 799-0586 (Sunset Park) 

Dr. Mike Moore, 4715 Carolina Beach Rd . , Wilmington, 
NC 28412; 791-9171 (Silver Lake) 



INTERNATIONAL SEAMAN'S SERVICE CENTER 

Chairperson Mrs. Geraldine McGinnis, 4811 Carolina Beach Rd., 

Wilmington, NC 28412; 791-9123 (Masonboro) 

Mr. W. W. Lennon, 2226 Brandon Rd., Wilmington, NC 
28405; 763-5585 (Winter Park) 

Mrs. Nina Haste, 1104 Middle Sound Loop Rd., 
Wilmington, NC 28405; 686-0570 (College Acres) 

ESL/LITERACY COMMITTEE 

Chairperson Mrs. Gladys Baker, 136 LaSalle Dr., Wilmington, NC 

28405; 686-9194 (Scotts Hill) 

Mrs. Sally Lennon, 2226 Brandon Rd., Wilmington, NC 
28405; 763-5585 (Winter Park) 

Mrs. Pat Ferguson, 6226 Teal Rd., Wilmington, NC 28403; 
799-7357 (Temple) 

Mrs. Ruth Gronosky, 4104 Appleton Way, Wilmington, NC 
28402; 791-8882 (Winter Park) 

Mrs. Mary Ellen Benton, 909 Kings Grant Rd., Wilmington 
NC 28405; 791-8663 (Winter Park) 

ACTS TV NETWORK COMMITTEE 

Chairperson Mr. Dana McAtee, 4700 Wrightsville Ave., Wilmington, 

NC 28403; 251-1930 (Winter Park) 



Chairperson 



Mr. Bobby Harrelson, 4000 Oleander Dr., Wilmington, NC 
28403; 799-8855 (Sunset Park) 
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SUNDAY SCHOOL ASSIST TEAM 



Director 

Asst. Director 

Outreach Dir. -1992 
Outreach Director 

Adult Dir. -1993 

Adult Director 
Youth Director 

Youth Director 
Children's Director 

Pre-School Dir. -1993 

Pre-School Dir. 
V.B.S. Dir. -1993 

Special Education 

Director 

Asst. Director 

Adult Dir. 

Youth Dir. 

Children's Dir. 

Bible Drill Dir. 

Pre-School Dir. 

New Church Member 
Director 



Mrs. Ruth Murray, 3940 Shipyard Blvd., Wilmington, NC 
28403; 791-1949 (Pine Valley) 

Mrs. Katherine Godwin, 423 N. 23rd St., Wilmington, NC 
28405; 762-5608 (Calvary) 



Mr. Jimmie Suggs, Jr., 106 Lafitte St., Wilmington, NC 
28405; 686-0007 (Scotts Hill) 

Ms. Yvonne Lewis, 145 Cliffside Dr., Wilmington, NC 
28409; 799-0976 (Winter Park) 



Mies Julie McVey, 1801 Market St., Wilmington, NC 
28403; 763-3351 (Temple) 



Mrs. Teresa McLemore, 13 Patrick Henry Ct . , Wallace, 
NC 28466; 285-4757 (Wallace, First) 

Mrs. Cleta Heath, 909 Robert E. Lee Dr., Wilmington, 
NC 28412; 791-3721 (Pine Valley) 



Mrs. Janice Puckett, 330 Burbank Rd., Wilmington, NC 
28412; 392-6831 (Wilmington, First) 



DISCIPLESHIP TRAINING COUNCIL 

Dr. Eddie Davis, 185 Scotts Hill Road, Wilmington, NC 
28405; 686-9885 (Scotts Hill) 

Mr. John Truitt, 601 N . Channel Dr., Wrightsville 
Beach, NC 28480; 256-3272 (Wrightsville Beach) 

Rev. Oscar Holland, 231 Central Blvd., Wilmington, NC 
28401; 762-4486 (Sunset Park) 

Rev. Bill Batten, 702 Eastwood Road, Wilmington, NC 
28403; 799-3773 (College Acres) 

Ms. Liz Hall, Rt. 1, Box 383, Willard, NC 28478; 
(Pender lea) 



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Equipping Center 
Director 



Consultants Mrs. JoAnn Walton, 2576 Country Club Rd., Hampstead, 

NC 28443; 270-2402 (Rocky Point) 

Rev. Reggie Rushing, 310 Foxhall Court, Wilmington, NC 
28412; 395-4159 (Wilmington, First) 

Mr. Tommy Todd, 3517 Middle Sound Loop Rd., Wilmington, 
NC 26405; 686-7616 (ScottB Hill) 



BROTHERHOOD COUNCIL 



Director 



Mr. J. P. McGinnis, 4811 Carolina Beach Road, 
Wilmington, NC 28412; 791-9123 (Masonboro) 



Secretary 



Mr. Tommy Todd, 3517 Middle Sound Loop Rd. , Wilmington, 
NC 28405; 686-7616 (ScottB Hill) 



Baptist Men's 
President 



Mr. Billy Watkins, 225 Springdale Dr., Wilmington, NC 
28405; 791-2869 (Ogden) 



Mission Study Dir. 



Mr. George Stephens, 307 Robert E. Lee Dr., Wilmington, 
28412; 791-0522 (Pine Valley) 



Mission Action Dir. 



Mr. Hal Langley, 2018 Washington St., Wilmington, NC 
28401; 763-8676 (Sunset Park) 



Mission Stewardship 
Director 



Mr. Charles Fox, Sr., 4211 Park Ave., Wilmington, NC 
28403; 799-3781 (Calvary) 



R.A. Director 



Mr. Kenneth W. Cascell, 4114 Wrightsville Ave., 
Wilmington, 28403; 452-9996 (Calvary) 



R.A. H.S. B.Y.M. Dir. 



Rev. Ed Bullock, 610 S. College Rd . , Wilmington, NC 
28403; 791-1160 (Temple) 



R.A. Crusader Leader 



Mr. Larry Mathews, 1105 Lord Thomas Rd., Wilmington, 
NC 28405; 799-5777 (Long Leaf) 



R.A. Pioneer Leader 



Mr. Mike Sandlin, 1228 Edgewater Club Rd. , Wilmington, 
NC 28405; 686-9459 (ScottB Hill) 



Rec, Olympics & 
Campcraft Leader 



Mr. O. J. Atkinson, 1718 N. Kerr Ave., Wilmington, NC 
28405; 799-6426 (Lake Forest) 



Lay Renewal Dir. 



Mr. John Truitt, 601 N. Channel Dr., Wrightsville 
Beach, NC 28480; 256-3272 (Wrightsville Beach) 



Lay Witness Dir. 



Mr. Larry Botts, 410 Sharon Dr., Wilmington, NC 28403; 
791-3242 (Myrtle Grove) 



Correctional 
Ministries Dir. 



Mr. Bill Oaks, 326 Covil Ave., Wilmington, NC 28403; 
763-8174 (Sunaet Park) 



Agriculture Ministries 



Mr. Adman Lanier, 3925 ScottB Hill Loop Rd., Director 
Wilmington, NC 28405; 686-7694 (ScottB Hill) 



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Healthcare Ministries 
Director 

Construction Dir. 

Transportation Dir. 

Disaster Response Dir. 

Communicat ion 
Ministries Director 

W.M.U. Director 
W.M.U. Asst. Director 
Secretary 

Mission Action Dir. 

Enl istment / Enlargement 
Director 

Historian 

Baptist Women Dir. 

Baptist Young 
Women Director 

Acteens Director 

Acteens Asst. Dir. 
Girls In Action Dir. 

Girls In Action 
Mission Friends Dir. 

Mission Friends 
Asst. Director 

Language Director 



Dr. Chris Blake, 10565 US Hwy . 17 N . , Wilmington, NC 
28405; 686-0206 (Scotts Hill) 

Mr. A. H. Harrell, 215 Northbrook Dr., Wilmington, NC 
28405; 791-8180 (Ogden) 

Mr. Eb Hales, P. O. Box 3613, Wilmington, NC 28406; 
791-5252 (Sunset Park) 

Mr. Bill Anderson, 1914 Carolina Beach Rd . , Wilmington, 
NC 28403; 763-4613 (Long Leaf) 

Mr. Bill Bullard, 122 Partridge Rd., Wilmington, NC 
28412; 791-0565 (Masonboro) 

W.M.U. COUNCIL 

Ms. Catherine Sneeden, 2221 S. Live Oak Parkway, 
Wilmington, NC 28403; 762-4031 (Centerville) 

Mrs. Janet Hawkins, 4914 Seabrook Ct . , Wilmington, NC 
28403; 395-6182 (Wrightsville Beach) 

Mrs. Gwen Todd, 46 Holland Dr., Castle Hayne, NC 28429; 
762-3927 (Wrightsboro) 

Mrs. Frances Anderson, 1914 Carolina Beach Rd., 
Wilmington, 284043; 763-4631 (Long Leaf) 

Mrs. Frances Harrell, 344 Cape Fear Blvd., Wilmington, 
NC 28401; 763-5887 (Long Leaf) 

Miss Jean Henry, 4902 Marlin Court, Wilmington, NC 
28403; 791-1584 (Centerville) 

Mrs. Debbie Capps, 2902 Sidbury Rd., Wilmington, NC 
28405; 686-7623 (Freedom) 

Miss Margaret Burke, 2611 Columbia Ave., Wilmington, 
NC 28403; 763-6966 (Temple) 

Mrs. Glenda Bohannon, 515 Colony Circle N., Wilmington, 
NC 28409; 392-2466 (Silver Lake) 



Miss Becky Royal, 4809-15 Atlantis Ct., Wilmington, NC 
28403; 395-6384 (Masonboro) 



Mrs. Marsha Cowart, 106 Circle Dr., Wrightsville Beach, 
NC 28480; 256-5541 (Wrightsville Beach) 



Mrs. Sally Lennon, 2226 Brandon Rd., Wilmington, NC 
28405; 763-5585 (Winter Park) 



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Mrs. Sandra Reeves, Rt . 1, Box 217, Camp Kirkwood Rd, 
Hatha, NC 28471; 285-6868 (Watha) 

Ma. Cathy Thornton, Rt . 1, Box 21, Kelly, NC 28448; 
669-2854; ( Centervi 1 le ) 

Mrs. Violet Rivenbark, 112 Laurel Dr., Wilmington, NC 
28401; 763-8517 ( Wr ight sboro ) 

Mrs. Betty Sasser, 299 Shannon Dr., Wilmington, NC 
28409; 799-2427 (Silver Lake) 

Mrs. Mary Lennon, 157 Cliffaide Dr., Wilmington, NC 
28409; 791-8916 (Southside) 

Mrs. Pam Padgett, 487 Watts Landing Rd., Hampstead, NC 
28443; 329-6621 (Barlow-Vista) 



MUSIC COUNCIL 

Mrs. Peggy Croom, 2736 Castle Hayne Rd., Wilmington, 
NC 28401; 763-3181 (Wrightsboro) 

Rev. Clifton Harris, 4700 Wrightsville Ave., 
Wilmington, NC 28403; 791-4725 (Winter Park) 

Rev. Phil Rivenbark, P. O. Box 21, Wrightsville Beach, 
NC 28480; 256-3682 (Wrightsville Beach) 

Mrs. Jennings Trawick, P. O. Box 956, Burgaw, NC 28425; 
259-4310 (Burgaw) 

Rev. C. L. King, 423 N. 23rd St., Wilmington, NC 28405; 
762-5608 (Calvary) 

Rev. Ed Hollis, 231 Central Blvd., Wilmington, NC 
28401; 762-4486 (Sunset Park) 

Mrs. Glenda Bohannon, 515 Colony Circle N., Wilmington, 
NC 28409; 392-2466 (Silver Lake) 

Rev. Darby Worrell, 185 Scotts Hill Loop Rd., 
Wilmington, NC 28405; 686-9885 (Scotts Hill) 



EVANGELISM COUNCIL 

Mr. Onree Fisher, 2812 Princess Place Dr., Wilmington, 
NC 28405; 762-8055 (Wilmington, First) 

Rev. Randy Speight, 802 N. College Rd., Wilmington, NC 
28405; 799-4898 (Freedom) 

Rev. Duncan Futrelle, 7121 Market St., Wilmington, NC 
28405; 686-7488 (Ogden) 

Rev. Greg Newton, P. O. Box 25, Castle Hayne, NC 28429; 
675-0586 (Castle Hayne) 



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Mr. Clint Betz, 122 Lake Forest Pkwy.,, Wilmington, NC 
28401; 343-0248 (Freedom) 

Mrs. JoAnne Walton, 2576 Country Club Rd. , Hampstead, 
NC 28443; 270-2402 (Rocky Point) 

Rev. Jeff Nichols, 702 Eastwood Rd., Wilmington, NC 
28403; 799-3773 (College Acres) 

Rev. Richard Everett, 423 N. 23rd St., Wilmington, NC 
28405; 762-5608 (Calvary) 

Rev. David McLaurin, 3940 Shipyard Blvd., Wilmington, 
NC 28403; 791-1949 (Pine Valley) 

Rev. Melvin Hall, 146 LaFayette St., Wilmington, NC 
28405; 686-4455 (Scotts Hill/Ivanhoe) 

Mrs. Catherine Sneeden, 2221 South Live Oak Pkwy, 
Wilmington, NC 28403; 762-4031 (Centerville) 

YOUTH COUNCIL 

Chairperson Rev. Vance Midgett, 423 N. 23rd St., Wilmington, NC 

28405; 762-5608 (Calvary) 

Rev. Dondi Pace, 2736 Castle Hayne Rd. , Wilmington, 
NC 28401; 7763-3181 (Wrightsboro) 

Mrs. Judy Norris, 610 S. College Rd., Wilmington, NC 
28403; 799-1160 (Ogden) 

Miss Debra Hill, 22340 Highway 17 North, Hampstead, 
NC 28443; 329-3761 (Barlow Vista) 

Ms. Jennifer Mathews, P. O. Box 385, Burgaw, NC 28425; 
259-4310 (Burgaw) 

Mr. Dodd Mays, 802 N. College Rd., Wilmington, NC 
28405; 799-4898 (Freedom) 

Miss Julie McVey, 1801 Market St., Wilmington, NC 
28403; 763-3351 (Temple) 

RECREATION COUNCIL 

Chairperson Mr. Kevin Lee, 1607 Jettys Reach, Wilmington, NC 28409; 

392-4338 (Southside) 

Mr. David Holden, 110 S. 5th St., Apt. B., Wilmington, 
NC 28401; 791-3834 (Winter Park) 

Rev. Tommy Kelly, P. O. Box 368, Atkinson, NC 28421; 
283-7140 (Atkinson) 

Mr. Mike Taylor, Rt . 1, Box 283-A, Rocky Point, NC 
28457; 675-3744 (Mount Holly) 

Mr. Randy Waters, 6612 Sunwood Circle, Wilmington, NC 
28405; 392-3168 (Long Leaf) 



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Miss Traci Batten, 4210 Wilshire Blvd. 106-B, 
Wilmington, NC 28403; 452-7286 

Ms. Teresa Roggina, 112 Horndale Rd . , Wilmington, NC 
28409; 791-5346 (Whispering Pines) 

PASTORAL MINISTRIES 

Rev. David Stewart, 106 Buccaneer Rd., Wilmington, NC 
28409; 392-0942 (Masonboro) 

MEDIA CENTER 

Mrs. Louise Fisher, 2812 Princess Place Dr., 
Wilmington, NC 28405; 762-8055 (Wilmington, First) 

Mrs. Joan Brewer, 121 S. Cardinal Dr., Wilmington, NC 
28403; 799-7818 (College Acres) 

Mrs. Margaret Reeves, 3407 Ashley Circle, Wilmington, 
NC 28403; 791-7990 (Winter Park) 

Ms. Jo Stroud, 214 Sierra Dr., Wilmington, NC 28409; 
799-9811 (Masonboro) 

Mrs. Jerri Jones, 175 LaFayette St., Wilmington, NC 
28405; 686-57692 (Scotte Hill) 



PRAYER COUNCIL 

Rev. Paul Nix, 102 Pecan Ave., Wilmington, NC 28403; 
799-8525 (Sea Gate) 

Mrs. Christine Grey, Rt . 5, Box 45, Leland, NC 28451; 
371-6949 (New Hope) 

Mr. Robert Jordan, 314 Blackbeard Rd., Wilmington, 
28409; 791-1596 (Southside) 

Mr. Jimmy English, Rt. 2, Box 2862, Burgaw, NC 28425; 
259-5438 (Forest Hills) 

Mrs. Emily Myers, 605 Windemere Rd., Wilmington, NC 
28405; 799-9605 (Temple) 

Rev. Bobby Mowery, 5524 Myrtle Grove Rd . , Wilmington, 
NC 28409; 395-1926 (Myrtle Grove) 

COMMUNICATIONS COUNCIL 

Mrs. Joan Brewer, 121 S. Cardinal Dr., Wilmington, NC 
28403; 799-7818 (College Acres) 

Mrs. Roma Lee Kelly, 1506 S. 3rd St., Wilmington, NC 
28401; 763-5014 (Sunset Park) 

Rev. Phil Rivenbark, P. O. Box 21, Wrightville Beach, 
NC 28480; 256-3682 ( Wr ight svil le Beach) 



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Mr. Brad Donnell, 130 Country Place Dr., Wilmington, 
NC 28409; 799-3058 (Silver Lake) 



Mr. Dana McAtee, 4700 Wrightsville Ave., Wilmington, 
NC 28403; 791-4725 (Winter Park) 

Mrs. Louise Fisher, 2812 Princess Place Dr., 
Wilmington, NC 28405; 762-8055 (Wilmington, First) 

Mr. Jackie Horn, P. O. Box 2607, Surf City, NC 28445; 
328-2831 (Surf City) 

FINANCE & STEWARDSHIP COMMITTEES 

Overal 1 Chairperson Mr. Gene Floyd, 208 Seacrest Dr., Wrightsville Beach, 

NC 28480; 256-4709 (Wrightsville Beach) 

Stewardship Education Mr. Lambert Voet, 26 W. Oxford St., Wrightsville Beach, 
Section NC 28480; 256-5803 (Wrightsville Beach) 

Mrs. Katherine Huggins, Rt . 1, Box 275, Rocky Point, 
NC 28457; 675-2274 (Riley's Creek) 

Rev. Bob Compton, Rt . 1, Box 105-B, Kelly, NC 28448; 
669-2965 (Haw Bluff) 

Mrs. Lillian Newton, 354 Friendly Lane, Wilmington, NC 
28409; 392-2634 (Masonboro) 

Mr. Jobe Metts, P. O. Box 17, Kelly, NC 28448; 
669-2222 (Centerville ) 

Missions Section Mrs. Sally McCallum, 243 Huntington Rd., Wilmington, 

NC 28403; 791-3725 (Winter Park) 

Dr. Mike Queen, 15 N. 5th Street, Wilmington, NC 28401 
763-2471 (Wilmington, First) 

Mr. John Pierce, Rt.l, Rocky Point, NC 28457; 
675-0338 (Rocky Point) 

Mr. Durwood Bradshaw, 132 Kings Landing, Hampstead, NC 
28443; 270-2637 (Topsail) 

Budget Section Mr. Clement Goodson, 4406 Raspberry Rd., Wilmington, 

NC 28405; 799-9193 (Murray Memorial) 

Mr. Admah Lanier, Jr., 3925 Scotts Hill Loop Rd., 
Wilmington, NC 28405; 686-7694 (Scotts Hill) 

Mrs. Debbie Capps, 2902 Sidbury Rd., Wilmington, NC 
28405; 686-7623 (Freedom) 

Mr. Randy Spainhour, 100 S. Cowan St., Burgaw, NC 
28425; 259-2358 (Burgaw) 

Accounting Section Mr. Ray Marett, 139 Bradley Pines Dr., Wilmington, NC 

28403; 799-7350 (Lake Forest) 



Mrs. Joyce Leiner, 302 Buccaneer Rd., Wilmington, NC 
28409; 791-7483 (Masonboro) 

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Mr. William Brock, 4710 Long Leaf Hills Dr., 
Wilmington, NC 28403; 791-2462 (Temple) 

Mr. Wilton Allen, 319 Bordeaux Ave. , Wilmington, NC 
28403; 762-6932 (Long Leaf) 

NOMINATING COMMITTEE 

Chairperson Mrs. Nancy Kling, 206 Northbrook Dr., Wilmington, NC 

28405; 392-0617 (Murray Memorial) 

Rev. Sonny Reeves, Rt. 1, Box 217, Camp Kirkwocd Rd . , 
Watha, NC 28471; 285-6868 (Watha) 

Rev. Rick Howell, 6509 Greenville Loop Rd . , Lot 208, 
Wilmington, NC 28409; 791-1692 (Oak Grove) 

Mrs. Mary Katheryn Beall, 1909 Creecy Ave., Wilmington, 
NC 28403; 762-4809 (Ogden) 

Mrs. Linda Fowler, Rt. 4, Box 159, Leland, NC 28451; 
371-9951 (Castle Hayne) 

Mr. Tommy Todd, 3517 Middle Sound Loop Rd. , Wilmington, 
NC 28405; 686-7616 (ScottB Hill) 

Mrs. Judy Tilden, 3603B St. John's Ct . , Wilmington, NC 
28403; 791-9572 (Winter Park) 

Mrs. Ruby Williams, 3517 Chalmers Dr., Wilmington, NC 
28403; 791-3433 (Temple) 

Mrs. Brenda Trott, 185 Washinton Acres Rd . , Hampstead, 
NC 28443; 270-3422 (Hampstead) 

Rev. Charles Harris, 6551 Carolina Beach Rd . , 
Wilmington, NC 28409; 452-1309 (Whispering Pines) 



ASSOCIATIONAL HISSIONS DEVELOPMENT 



Director Rev. Paul Nix, 104 Pecan Ave., Wilmington, NC 28403; 

799-8525 (Sea Gate) 

Missions Survey Dir. 

Missions Promotion 
Director 

WMU Representative Mrs. Frances Anderson, 1914 Carolina Beach Rd., 

Wilmington, NC 28403; 763-4613 (Long Leaf) 

Brotherhood Rep. Mr. Hal Langley, 2018 Washington St., Wilmington, NC 

28401; 763-8676 (Sunset Park) 

S.S. Representative Mrs. Ruth Murray, 3940 Shipyard Blvd., Wilmington, NC 

28403; 791-1949 (Pine Valley) 



Discipleship Training 
Represent at ive 



Dr. Eddie Davis, 185 Scotts Hill Rd . , Wilmington, NC 
28405; 686-9885 (Scotts Hill) 
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COMPONENT PROGRAMS 



Language HissionB Council 

Associational Staff Mrs. Mary Margaret Brooks, 414 Stonewall Jackson Dr., 
Person Wilmington, NC 28412; 395-1722 (Wilmington, First) 

Director Dr. Naseem Nasrallah, 200 E. Hayes Ave., Burgaw, NC, 

28425; 259-4113 (Burgaw) 

Hispanic Director Rev. Gus Lara, 3715 New Colony Dr., Wilmington, NC 

28412; 799-7131 (Lake Forest) 

Chinese Director Mrs. Katherine Godwin, 2426 Belvedere Dr., Wilmington, 

NC 28405; 762-5608 (Calvary) 

Korean Director Mr. Craig RegiBter, 180-A Arlington Dr., Wilmington, 

NC 28401; 762-1200 (Ogden) 

Japanese Director Mrs. Sally Lennon, 2226 Brandon Rd., Wilmington, NC 

28405; 763-5585 (Winter Park) 

Asian Director Mrs. Connie Vigus, 118 Quail Ridge Rd., Wilmington, NC 

28409; 392-4724; (Wilmington, First) 

ESL Director Mrs. Gladys Baker, 136 LaSalle St., Wilmington, NC 

28405; 686-9194 (Scotts Hill) 

Seaman's Center Mrs. Geraldine McGinnis, 4811 Carolina Beach Rd. , 

Director Wilmington, NC 28412; 791-9123 (Masonboro) 



Resort/Leisure Missions 
Council 

Associational Staff Ms. Carlene Evans, 610 S. College Rd. , Wilmington, NC 
Person 28403; 799-1160 (Wrightsboro) 

Director Rev. Don Horn, P. O. Box 2607, Surf City, NC 28445; 

328-2831 (Surf City) 

Beach Ministry Dir. Ms. Bobbie Jo Lineberger, 827 Montclair Dr., 
Wilmington, NC 28403; 799-0339 (Wilmington, First) 

Campground/Lake Mr. Hal Langley, 2018 Washington St., Wilmington, NC 

Ministry Director 28401; 763-8676 (Sunset Park) 

Drama, Clowns, Rev. Vance Midgett, 423 N. 23rd St., Wilmington, NC 

Puppet Ministry Dir. 28405; 762-5608 (Calvary) 

Marina Ministry Dir. Mr. David Martin, 5 Chris Dr., Castle Hayne, NC 28429; 
675-9601 (Wrightsboro) 

Motel/Hotel/Condo Mr. Onree Fisher, 2812 Princess Place Dr., Wilmington, 

Ministry Director NC 28405; 762-8055 (Wilmington, First) 

Special Events Mrs. Shirley Horn, P. O. Box 2607, Surf City, NC 28445; 

Ministry Director 328-2831 (Surf City) 



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Campers on Missions 
Director 



Mr. Ray Benton, 909 Kings Grant St., Wilmington, NC 
28405; 791-8663 (Winter Park) 



Christian Social Ministries Council 



Associational Staff 

Person 



Mrs. Mary Margaret Brooks, 414 Stonewall Jackson Dr., 
Wilmington, NC 28412; 395-1722 (Wilmington, First) 



D irector 



Rev. Sonny Reeves, Rt . 1, Bex 217, Camp Kirkwood Rd . , 
Watha NC 28471; 285-6868 (Watha) 



Inner City Director Rev. David Brisson, 610 S. College Rd . , Wilmington, NC 
28403; 799-1160 (Wilmington, First) 



Family Assistance 
Director 



Rev. Vernon Fash, 606 Windemere Rd., Wilmington, NC 
28405; 392-1001 (Gibson Avenue) 



Senior Adult Dir. 



Mr. Paul Bunn, 910 Hillandale Dr., Wilmington, NC 
28403; 395-4477 (Wilmington, First) 



Week Day/Summer 
Workers Director 



Mr. Mike Taylor, Rt . 1, Box 283A, Rocky Point, NC 
28457; 675-3744 (Mt. Holly) 



Cape Fear Gospel 
Rescue Mission Dir. 



Mr. Bobby Harrelson, 4000 Oleander Dr., Wilmington, 
NC 28403; 392-7201 (Sunset Park) 



Children's Clothes 
Closet Director 



Mrs. June Tregembo, 5811 Carolina Beach Rd . , 
Wilmington, NC 28412; 791-0472 (Myrtle Grove) 



Literacy Director 



Mrs. Billie Granger, 211 S. 47th St., Wilmington, NC 
28403; 392-7323 (Gibson Avenue) 



Physically 
Handicapped Dir. 



Mrs. Dixie Riley, 308 Parkway Dr., Wilmington, NC 
28403; 791-8339 (Sea Gate) 



Day Care & After 
School Director 



Mrs. Geral Green, 547 Barksdale Dr., Wilmington, NC 
28403; 395-1078 (Masonboro) 



Homeless Director 



Mr. Perry L. Laymon, 1501 Fish Hawk Ct., West, 
Wilmington, NC 28403; 395-2090 (Wilmington, First) 



Bloodmobile Sub-Council 
Director 



Mrs. Laura Spivey, 1022 43rd. St., Wilmington, NC 
28403; 392-2772 (Winter Park) 



Promotion Dir. 



Ms. Doris Boroughs, 5329 Dandelion Dr., Wilmington, NC 
28405; 791-2670 (Pine Valley) 



Recruiting Dir. 



Ms. Louise Busby, 3407 Regency Dr., Wilmington, NC 
28403; 799-0689 (Winter Park) 



Phone Director 



Mrs. Lucille Kesterson, 710 George Trask Dr., 
Wilmington, NC 28405; 799-4706 (Winter Park) 



Church Extension Council 

Associational Staff Rev. Ed Bullock, 610 S. College Rd. , Wilmington, NC 
Person 28403; 799-1160 (Temple) 



Director 



Mr. Bill Oaks, 326 Covil Ave., Wilmington, NC 28403; 
763-8174 (Sunset Park) 

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Church Starter 



Rev. Helvin Hall, 146 Lafayette St., Wilmington, NC 
28405; 686-4455 (Scotts Hill/Ivanhoe) 



Church Growth 



Mr. Eb Hales, P. O. Box 3613, Wilmington, NC 28406; 
791-5252 (Sunset Park) 



Survey 



Rev. Ellis Lanier, 140 Kings Landing Rd., Hampstead, 
NC 28443; 270-4142 (Temple) 



Volunteerism Council 



Associational Staff 
Person 



Rev. Ed Bullock, 610 S. College Rd . , Wilmington, NC 
28403; 799-1160 (Temple) 



Director 



Mr. Tommy Todd, 3517 Middle Sound Loop Rd . , Wilmington, 
NC 28405; 686-7616 (Scotts Hill) 



Mrs. Kim Humphrey, P. O. Box 1599, Burgaw, NC 28425; 
259-5880 (Burgaw) 

Mrs. Loranda Walker, Rt . 1, Box 90-B, Currie, NC 28435; 
283-7339; (Riley's Creek) 

Mrs. Frances Anderson, 1914 Carolina Beach Rd., 
Wilmington, NC 28403; 763-4613 (Long Leaf) 

Mr. John Maples, 632 N. Colony Circle, Wilmington, NC 
28409; 799-9266 (Sunset Park) 

Mrs. Ruby Stewart, 106 Buccaneer Rd., Wilmington, NC 
28409; 392-0942 (Masonboro) 

Mr. Raybourne Batchelor, 613 Ravenwood Rd. , Hampstead, 
NC 28443; 270-4810 (Barlow-Vista) 



Multihousinq Council 



Associational Staff 
Person 



Mrs. Mary Margaret Brooks, 414 Stonewall Jackson Dr., 
Wilmington, NC 28412; 395-1722 (Wilington, First) 



Director 



Rev. Thurman Allred, 1504 Village Dr., Wilmington, NC 
28403; 799-0586 (Sunset Park) 



Apartments Dir. 



Public Housing 
Director 

Migrant Ministries 
Director 

Condominium Dir. 

Inner City Dir. 



Rev. Stacy Wells, 123 Shearin Hills Dr., Castle Hayne, 
28429; 675-0162 (Greenfield) 

Rev. Gus Lara, 3715 New Colony Dr., Wilmington, NC 
28412; 799-7131 (Lake Forest) 



Rev. David Brisson, 610 S. College Rd . , Wilmington, NC 
28403; 799-1160 (Wilmington, First) 



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Christian Life and 
Public Affaira Council 



Associat ional Staff 
Person 



Mrs. Mary Margaret Brooks, 414 Stonewall Jackson Dr., 
Wilmington, NC 28412; 395-1722 (Wilmington, First) 



Director 



Mr. C. L. (Doc) Holliday, 6323 Park Ave., Wilmington, 
NC 28403; 791-0482 (Sea Gate) 



Political Education 
Director 

Obscenity & Porno. 
Director 



Drug Abuse/Depend. 
Director 



Rev. Bill Dixon, 2112 Gibson Ave., Wilmington, NC 
28403; 763-2658 (Gibson Avenue) 



Gambling Director 

Christian Family 
Life Director 

Chaplaincy Council 



Rev. Rick Howell, 6509 Greenville Loop Rd . , Lot 208, 
Wilmington, NC 28409; 791-1692 (Oak Grove) 



Associational Staff 
Person 



Mrs. Mary Margaret Brooks, 414 Stonewall Jackson Dr., 
Wilmington, NC 28412; 395-1722 (Wilmington, First) 



Director 



Dr. Mac Wallace, 610 S. College Rd., Wilmington, NC 
28403; 799-1071 (Wilmington, First) 



Correctional Min. 
Director 



Mr. Bill Oaks, 326 Covil Ave., Wilmington, NC 28403; 
763-8174 (Sunset Park) 



Hospital Ministry 
Director 



Chaplain Don Ledbetter, 209 Dorchester Place, 
Wilmington, NC 28403; 452-4148 (Wilmington, First) 



Industrial Ministry 
Director 



Rev. David Stewart, 106 Buccaneer Rd. , Wilmington, NC 
28409; 392-0942 (Masonboro) 



Black Church Relations Council 



Associational Staff Mrs. Mary Margaret Brooks, 414 Stonewall Jackson Dr., 
Person Wilmington, NC 28412; 395-1722 (Wilmington, First) 

Director Mr. A. H. Harrell, 215 Northbrook Dr., Wilmington, NC 

28405; 791-8180 (Ogden) 

Mrs. Willie Blanche Evans, 7037 Market St., Wilmington, 
NC 28405; 686-7484 (Saint Paul) 

Rev. Malcolm Lewis, 3984 Malpass Corner Rd., Burgaw, 
NC 28425; 283-7996 (Saint Paul) 

Mr. Eb Hales, P. O. Box 3613, Wilmington, NC 28406; 
791-5252 (Sunset Park) 



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Rev. Randy Speight, 4518 Bramton Rd . , Wilmington, NC 
28405; 392-6493 (Freedom) 

Mrs. Sara Norris, 108 Tall Oaks Dr., Castle Hayne, NC 
28429; 675-2802 (Winter Park) 

Inter-Faith Council 



Associational Staff Mrs. Mary Margaret Brooks, 414 Stonewall Jackson Dr. 

Person 28412; 395-1722 (Wilmington, First) 

Director Rev. Richard Everett, 423 N. 23rd St., Wilmington, NC 

28405; 762-5608 (Calvary) 

Dr. Mike Queen, 15 N. 5th St., Wilmington, NC 28401; 
763-2471; (Wilmington, First) 

Mr. Bob Bowman, P. O. Box 1336, Carolina Beach, NC 
28428; 458-3250 (Long Leaf) 



PASTOR'S CONFERENCE 



President Rev. John Fariss, 455 Highway 17 N., Hampstead, NC 

28443; 270-9038 (Topsail) 

Vice President Rev. Tommy Kelly, P. O. Box 368, Atkinson, NC 28421; 

283-7140 (Atkinson) 

Secretary/Treasurer Dr. Mike Moore, 4715 Carolina Beach Rd . , Wilmington, 

NC 28412; 791-9171 (Silver Lake) 



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ASSOCIATION/ CHURCHES LIAISON REPRESENTATIVES 



Atkinson 

Barlow Vista 

Bear Branch 

Bethlehem 

Burgaw 

Calvary 

Canetuck 

Carolina Beach 

Castle Hayne 

Centerville 

Charity 

College Acres 

Evangelistic 

Forest Hills 

Freedom 

Gibson Avenue 

Greenfield 

Hampstead 

Haw Bluff 

Hispana, Primera 

Ivanhoe 

Kure Beach 

Lake Forest 

Long Creek 

Long Creek Hispanic 

Long Leaf 

Masonboro 

Moore's Creek 

Mount Holly 

Murray Memorial 

Myrtle Grove 

New Hope 

Oak Grove 

Ogden 

Ogden Korean Mission 

Olivet 

Pender lea 

Pine Valley 

Pine View 

Riley's Creek 

Rocky Point 

Scotts Hill 

Sea Gate 

Shiloh 

Silver Lake 

Souths ide 

Sunset Park 

Surf City 

Temple 

Topsail 

Victory 

Wallace, First 

Watha 

Whispering Pines 
Willard 

Wilmington, First 
Winter Park 
Wr ightsboro 
Wrightsville Beach 



Eugene Floyd 
Pam Padgett 
John Allen 
Douglas Corbett 
Kim Humphrey 
Grady Barnes 
Anita Moore 
David Ray 
Brenda Horrell 
Jobe Mette 
Jeanette Dauphinais 
Joan Brewer 
Mary Noland 
Maxine English 
Debbie Capps 
Billie Granger 
Susie Wells 
Wayne Batson 
Phyllis Compton 
Peggy Lara 
LeRoy Sykes 
Claude Shore 
O. J. Atkinson 
Bill Futch 
Gus Lara 
Jay Adams 
JoAnne Malpass 
Bernice Moore 
Mike Taylor 
Davis Carr 
Billie Botts 
Allen Grey 
Rick Howell 
A. H. Harrell 
Sue Davis 
Charlie Wolff 
Mae Belle Smith 
Lloyd Bradshaw 
Monroe Peterson 
Fred Walker 
John Pierce 
Gladys Baker 
C. L. Holllday 
Donald Caison 
Betty Sasser 
Mary Lennon 
Arnold Ray Potter 
Bessie Mae Batta 
Stan Tootoo 
Durwood Bradshaw 
Thelma Rochelle 
Morris Andrews 
Betty Owens 
Delma Sellers 
Wallace West 
Onree Fisher 
Ray Benton 
Violet Rivenbark 
John Truitt 



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THE ASSOCIATION 
CHURCHES. PASTORS. STAFF AND LEADERS 



ATKINSON I P. O. Box 368, Atkinson, NC 28421; 283-7140 

PASTOR: Rev. Thomas H. Kelly, P. O. Box 364, Atkinson, NC 28421; 283-9912 
MUSIC DIRECTOR: Mrs. Phyllis Kelly, P. O. Box 364, Atkinson, NC 28421; 
283-9912 

SECRETARY : Mrs. Sophia K. Floyd, Rt . 1, Box 171, Kelly, NC 28448; 283-5603 
ORGANIST: Mrs. Hazel Horrell; 283-5686 
PIANIST: Mrs. Phyllis Kelly; 283-9912 

S.S. Director: Mr. Jerry Fleming, P. O. Box 105, Atkinson, NC 28421; 283-7659 
WMU Director: Mrs . Sophia Floyd, Rt . 1, Box 171, Kelly, NC 28448; 283-5603 
DEACON CHM: Mr. Wiley J. Green, P. O. Box 186, Atkinson, NC 28421; 283-7283 
MEDIA DIRECTOR: Mrs. Dora L. Corbett, Rt . , Atkinson, NC 28421; 283-5521 
CHURCH TREASURER: Mrs. Sue R. Barnes, P. O. Box 13, Atkinson, NC 28421; 
283-7394 

STEWARDSHIP CHM: Mr. Kelly Bloodworth, Rt . 1, Atkinson, NC 28421; 283-7680 
CHURCH CLERK: Mrs. Sophia K. Floyd, Rt. 1, Box 171, Kelly, NC 28448; 283-5603 

BARLOW-VISTA : 22340 US Hwy. 17, Hampstead, NC 28443; 329-3761 

PASTOR: Rev. Doug Danner, 22410 US Hwy. 17, Hampstead, NC 28443; 329-1362 
MUSIC DIRECTOR: Mrs. Debra Hill, 75 Lee Dr., Wilmington, NC 28401; 762-2152 
YOUTH MINISTER: Mrs. Debra Hill, 75 Lee Dr., Wilmington, NC 28401; 762-2152 
SECRETARY: Mrs. Debbie Danner, 22410 US Hwy. 17, Hampstead, NC 28443; 329-3761 
ORGANIST: Mrs. Myra Rochelle; 329-3681 
PIANIST: Mrs. Rebecca Kelly; 270-9468 

S.S. DIRECTOR: Mr. Jerry Covil, P. O. Box 652, Hampstead, NC 28443; 270-9540 
WMU DIRECTOR: Mrs. Pam Padgett, 1555 Watts Landing Rd., Hampstead, NC 28443; 
329-6621 

DEACON CHM: Mr. W. C. English, Jr., 394 Batson Rd., Hampstead, NC 28443; 
329-9301 

MEDIA DIRECTOR: Miss Sharon Rochelle, 442 Hwy. 210 E . , Hampstead, NC 28443; 
329-3681 

CHURCH TREASURER: Mrs. Helen EngliBh, 394 Batson Rd., Hampstead, NC 28443; 
329-9301 

STEWARDSHIP CHM: Mrs. Rebecca Kelly, P O. Box 472, Hampstead, NC 28443; 
270-9468 

CHURCH CLERK: Miss Vera Howard, 22545 US Hwy. 17, Hampstead, NC 28443; 
329-9471 

BEAR BRANCH : P. O. Box 206, Currie, NC 28435; 

PASTOR: Rev. John Allen, Burgaw, NC 28425; 259-9492 
PIANIST: Eusely Horrell; 259-4896 

S.S. DIRECTOR: Mr. Robert Horrell, Currie, NC 28435; 283-9801 
DEACON CHM: Mr. Raymond Lewis, Currie, NC 28435; 283-7519 
CHURCH TREASURER: Ms. Tressie Moore, Currie, NC 28435; 283-7203 
CHURCH CLERK: Ms. Mary Carroll, Currie, NC 28435; 283-9801 

BETHLEHEM : Highway 210, Currie, NC 28435 

PASTOR: Rev. Charles Flynn, Sr., Rt . 1, Box 153, Delco, NC 28436; 655-2652 
PIANIST: Ms. Sue Clark 

S.S. DIRECTOR: Mr. Eugene Pridgen, Canetuck Loop Rd., Currie, NC 28435; 
283-7564 

DEACON CHM: Mr. Bayard Corbett, 224 Oakcrest Dr., Wilmington, NC 28401; 
799-1290 

CHURCH TREASURER: Mr. Douglas Corbett, P. O. Box 35, Atkinson, NC 28421; 
CHURCH CLERK: Mrs. Amanda Flynn, Rt . 1, Box 153, Delco, NC 28436; 655-2652 

BURGAW : P. O. Box 385, Burgaw, NC 28425; 259-4310 

PASTOR: Dr. Francis Chesson, P. 0. Box 385, Burgaw, NC 28425; 259-2092 
MUSIC MINISTER: Mrs. Jennings Trawick, P. O. Box 956, Burgaw, NC 28425; 
259-2904 

YOUTH MINISTER: Miss Jennifer Mathews, 105 Browning Dr., Rocky Point, NC 
28457; 675-1342 

SECRETARY: Mrs. Donna Corbett, Rt . 1, Box 1684, Burgaw, NC 28425; 259-5379 
ORGANIST: Mrs. Jennings Trawick; 259-2904 
PIANIST: Mrs. Patsy Geddes; 675-5772 

S.S. DIRECTOR: Mr. John Casha, 11261 Hwy. 117 S., Rocky Point, NC 28457; 
675-2296 

R.A. DIRECTOR: Mr. Alfred Wooten, P. O. Box 1548, Burgaw, NC 28425; 259-9715 
WMU DIRECTOR: Mrs. Priscilla Tyree, 480 Cove Rd . , Burgaw, NC 28425; 259-9254 



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DEACON CHM: Mr. Charles White, P. O. Box 416, Burgaw, NC 28425; 259-2085 
MEDIAL DIRECTOR: Mrs. Sandra Nunalee, P. O. Box 1117, Burgaw, NC 28425; 
259-9575 

CHURCH TREASURER: Mrs. Betsy Chestnutt, Rt . 2, Box 2283, Burgaw, NC 28425; 
259-5437 

CHURCH CLERK: Mrs. Ethel Wells, 1640 NC Hwy . 53 W., Burgaw, NC 28425; 259-4070 

CALVARY : 423 N. 23rd St., Wilmington, NC 28405; 762-5608 

PASTOR: Rev. Richard Everett, 234 Wal lace Ave . , Wilmington, NC 28403; 395-2564 
MUSIC MINISTER: Rev. C. L. King, 233 Jeb Stuart Dr., Wilmington, NC 28403; 
799-6251 

ASSOC. PASTOR: Rev. Vance Midgett, 6612 Sunwood Circle, Wilmington, NC 28405; 
392-3169 

EDUCATION MINISTER: Mrs . Katherine Godwin, 2426 Belvedere Dr., Wilmington, NC 
28405; 762-5128 

YOUTH MINISTER: Rev. Vance Midgett, 6612 Sunwood Circle, Wilmington, NC 28405; 
392-3169 

RECREATION MINISTER: Mr. Mickey Ramer, 112 Whitman Ave., Castle Hayne, NC 
28429; 763-1928 

SECRETARY: Mrs. Sarah Surles, 714 Woodland Ave., Wilmington, NC 28401; 

762- 0666 

ORGANIST: Mr. Bob Hood; 799-4478 
PIANIST: Mrs. Donna Long; 253-6018 

S.S. DIRECTOR: Mr. Robert Pace, 438 Semmes Dr., Wilmington, NC 28412; 791-8509 
D.T. DIRECTOR: Mrs. Zilphia Stroud, 710 Porters Neck Rd., Wilmington, NC 
28405; 686-0576 

BROTHERHOOD DIR: Mr. Scott Brown, 4314 Chart House Dr., Wilmington, NC 28405; 
452-3648 

WMU DIRECTOR: Mrs. Karen Glenn, 416 Bayshore Dr., Wilmington, NC 28405; 
686-4811 

DEACON CHM: Mr. Charles Stroud, 710 Porters Neck Rd., Wilmington, NC 28405; 
686-0576 

MEDIA DIRECTOR: Ms. Florence Moore, 3914 Evergreen Dr., Wilmington, NC 28403; 
799-2044 

CHURCH TREASURER: Mr. Frank Cavenaugh, 01 Oakley Rd. , Castle Hayne, NC 28429; 

763- 3770 

STEWARDSHIP DIR: Mr. Graham Davis, 810 Holbrook Ave., Wilmington, NC 28403; 
791-8028 

EVANGELISM DIR: Rev. Richard Everett, 234 Wallace Ave., Wilmington, NC 28403; 
395-2564 

CHURCH CLERK: Mrs. Florence Moore, 3914 Evergreen Dr., Wilmington, NC 28403; 
799-2044 

CAME TUCK i Rt. 1, Box 90, Currie, NC 28435; 283-9268 
PASTOR: 

PIANIST: Ms. Goldie Marshall 

S.S. DIRECTOR: Mr. Kenneth Moore, Rt. 1, Currie, NC 28435; 283-7288 
WMU DIRECTOR: Ms. Glenda Dennis, Rt. 1, Currie, NC 28435; 
DEACON CHM: Mr. Jerrell Squires, Rt. 1, Currie, NC 28435; 283-4281 
CHURCH TREASURER: Mr. Milvin Marshall, Rt. 1, Box 90, Currie, NC 28435; 
283-9268 

CHURCH CLERK: Mr. Milvin Marshall, Rt. 1, Box 90, Currie, NC 28435; 283-9268 

CAROLINA BEACH. FIRST : 409 Lake Park Blvd., Carolina Beach, NC 28428; 458-5134 
PASTOR: Rev. T. Steven Bolton, 800 Cape Fear Blvd., Carolina Beach, NC 28428; 
458-8119 

MUSIC MINISTER: Rev. Clyde Case, 226 Brookview Rd., Wilmington, NC 28409; 
392-0955 

SECRETARY: Mrs. Kathleen Oliver, 414 Monroe Ave., Carolina Beach, NC 28428; 
458-5286 

ORGANIST: Mb. Virginia Moore; 458-4367 
PIANIST: Ms. Lisa Langfield; 458-6327 

S.S. DIRECTOR: Ms. Libby Lowdermilk, 671 Harper St., Carolina Beach, NC 28428; 
458-8417 

D.T. DIRECTOR: Rev. Steve Bolton, 800 Cape Fear Blvd., Carolina Beach, NC 
28428; 458-8119 

WMU DIRECTOR: Mrs. Jane Hatcher, P. O. Box 1656, Carolina Beach, NC 28428; 
458-9407 

DEACON CHM: Mr. Gene Hatcher, P. O. Box 1656, Carolina Beach, NC 28428; 
458-9407 



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CHURCH TREASURER: Mrs. Kathleen Oliver, 414 Monroe Ave., Carolina Beach, NC 
28428; 458-5286 

STEWARDSHIP CHM: Mr. Gene Hatcher, P. O. Box 1656, Carolina Beach, NC 28428; 
458-9407 

CHURCH CLERK: Ms. Connie Lowe, 409 Wilson Ave., Carolina Beach, NC 28428; 
458-3527 

CASTLE HAYNE : P. O. Box 25, Castle Hayne, NC 28429; 675-0586 

PASTOR: Rev. Billy Fowler, Rt. 4, Box 159, Leland, NC 28451; 371-9951 
MUSIC DIRECTOR: Mrs. Brenda Horrell, 5916 Blossom St., Castle Hayne, NC 28429; 
675-0985 

ASSOC. PASTOR: Rev. Greg Newton, 15 Ballard Dr., Castle Hayne, NC 28429; 
675-1701 

YOUTH MINISTER: Rev. Greg Newton, 15 Ballard Dr., Castle Hayne, NC 28429; 
675-1701 

SECRETARY: Ms. Rethea Baker, 49 Kimberly Estates, Rocky Point, NC 28457; 

675-2684 
ORGANIST: Mr. Brinson Spier 
PIANIST: Mrs. Gertrude Armstrong; 675-0555 

S.S. DIRECTOR: Mr. Howard Woodward, 49 Kimberly Estates, Rocky Point, NC 
28457; 675-2684 

D.T. DIRECTOR: Mr. Tony Woodward, Kimberly Estates, Rocky Point, NC 28457; 
675-9833 

WMU DIRECTOR: Mrs. Rachel Powell, Rt . 2, Box 180-D, Rocky Point, NC 28457; 
675-9722 

MEDIA DIRECTOR: Ms. Linda Millis, 1821 N. Kerr Ave., Wilmington, NC 28405; 
392-3617 

CHURCH TREASURER: Mr. Beau ford Haynie, Sycamore Farms Lot #35, Burgaw, NC 
28425; 259-7349 

CHURCH CLERK: Ma. Rethea Baker, 49 Kimberly Estates, Rocky Point, NC 28457; 

CENTER V I LLE : P. O. Box 27, Kelly, NC 28448; 
PASTOR: 

MUSIC DIRECTOR: Mr. Kenneth Thornton, Rt . 1, Box 21, Kelly, NC 28448; 669-2854 
RECREATION DIR: Mrs. Eleanor Pridgen, Rt . 1, Box 132, Kelly, NC 28448; 
669-2707 

SECRETARY: Mrs. Cathy Thornton, Rt. 1, Box 21, Kelly, NC 28448, 669-2854 
ORGANIST: Mrs. Dailie Norris; 669-2523 
PIANIST: Mr. Harry Corbett 

S.S. DIRECTOR: Mr. Kenneth Thornton, Rt. 1, Box 21, Kelly, NC 28448; 669-2854 
R.A. DIRECTOR: Mr. Archie Corbett, Rt . 1, Box 99, Kelly, NC 28448; 669-2751 
WMU DIRECTOR: Mrs. Ethel Mae Squires, Rt . 1, Box 116, Kelly, NC 28448; 
DEACON CHM: Mr. Kenneth Thornton, Rt . 1, Box 21, Kelly, NC 28448; 669-2854 
MEDIA DIRECTOR: Mrs. Maude Smith, Rt . 1, Box 113A, Kelly, NC 28448; 669-2768 
CHURCH TREASURER: Mr. Jobe Metts, Rt . 1, Box 17, Kelly, NC 28448; 669-2222 
STEWARDSHIP CHM: Mr. Jobe Metts, Rt . 1, Box 17, Kelly, NC 28448; 669-2222 
CHURCH CLERK: Mrs. Cathy Thornton, Rt . 1, Box 21, Kelly, NC 28448; 669-2854 

CHARITY : 359 Mercer Ave., Wilmington, NC 28401; 762-4501 

PASTOR: Rev. Roland Dauphinais, 69 Lee Dr., Wilmington, NC 28401; 762-7457 
PIANIST: Ms. Beverly Newton 

S.S. DIRECTOR: Mr. Bob Miles, 621 Bonham Ave., Wilmington, NC 28403; 791-7323 
CHURCH TREASURER: Mrs. Cathy Miles. 621 Bonham Ave., Wilmington, NC 28403; 
791-7323 

EVANGELISM DIR: Mr. Roscoe Mayes, P.O. Box 819, Leland, NC 28451; 655-2087 
CHURCH CLERK: Mrs. Linda Mayes, P. O. Box 819, Leland, NC 28451; 655-2087 

COLLEGE ACRES I 702 Eastwood Rd., Wilmington, NC 28403; 799-3773 

PASTOR: Rev. Jeff Nichols, 443 N. Crestwood Dr., Wilmington, NC 28409; 
799-7495 

MUSIC MINISTER: Rev. Bill Batten, 5736 Verbenia Dr., Wilmington, NC 28409; 
392-4872 

YOUTH MINISTER: Rev. Bill Batten, 5736 Verbenia Dr., Wilmington, NC 28409; 
392-4872 

SECRETARY: Mrs. Delores Milliken, 305 Spartan Rd., Wilmington, NC 28405; 
799-3296 

PIANIST: Ms. Jean Kraus; 791-5676 

S.S. DIRECTOR: Mr. Kenneth Nelson, 230 Tanbridge Rd . , Wilmington, NC 28405; 
799-1863 

R.A. DIRECTOR: Mr. Arden Horrell, 4805 Maple Ave., Wilmington, NC 28403; 
452-0520 



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WMU DIR: Ma. Ercele Clemmona, 5021 Pine Needles Dr., Wilmington, NC 28403; 
791-5411 

DEACON CHM: Mr. Delma Milliken, 305 Spartan Rd. , Wilmington, NC 28405; 
799-3295 

MEDIA DIRECTOR: Mr. Charles Benson, 4815 Oriole Dr., Wilmington, NC 28403; 
791-4910 

CHURCH TREASURER: Mr. William Brewer, 121 S. Cardinal Dr., Wilmington, NC 
28403; 799-7818 

STEWARDSHIP DIR: Mr. Ray Richardson, 5518 Captains Lane, Wilmington, NC 28409; 
791-4182 

CHURCH CLERK: Ms. Linda Keen, 209 Bretonshire Rd., Wilmington, NC 28405; 
395-4052 

EVANGELISTIC : 620 Inlet Acres Dr., Wilmington, NC 28412; 452-0480 

PASTOR: Rev. Greg Noland, 620 Inlet Acres Dr., Wilmington, NC 28412; 452-0480 
SECRETARY: Mrs. Mary Noland, 620 Inlet Acres Dr., Wilmington, NC 28412; 
452-0480 

PIANIST: Mrs. Mary Noland; 452-0480 
CHURCH TREASURER: Ms. June Wright 

FOREST HILLS : 2711 Penderlea Hwy., Burgaw, NC 28425; 259-2286 

PASTOR: Rev. James Cagle, 2711 Penderlea Hwy., Burgaw, NC 28425; 259-6551 
MUSIC DIRECTOR: Mrs. Kim Basden, P. O. Box 456, Burgaw, NC 28425; 259-3680 
SECRETARY: Mrs. Nora Wray Jones, 1500 New Savannah Rd., Burgaw, NC 28425; 
259-2823 

ORGANIST: Mrs. Nora Wray Jones; 259-2823 
PIANIST: Ms. Tonia Jones; 259-2823 

S.S. DIRECTOR: Mr. Eddie Ross, 2950 Stag Park Rd., Burgaw, NC 28425; 259-4565 
BROTHERHOOD DIR: Mr. Nathan Teachey, 3319 Penderlea Rd., Burgaw, NC 28425; 
259-2627 

WMU DIRECTOR: Mrs. Virginia Rivenbark, 3915 Horse Branch Rd., Watha, NC 28471; 
259-3329 

DEACON CHM: Mr. Clifford Horrell, 238 BayBden Rd. , Burgaw, NC 28425; 259-2900 
CHURCH TREASURER: Mrs. Nora Wray Jones, 1500 New Savannah Rd., Burgaw, NC 
28425; 259-2823 

CHURCH CLERK: Ma. Kitty Croom, 441 Shady Lane Rd., Watha, NC 28471; 259-4574 

FREEDOM I 802 N. College Rd., Wilmington, NC 28405; 799-4898 

PASTOR: Rev. Jimmy Napier, 6104 Nehle Circle, Wilmington, NC 28405; 452-3495 
MUSIC MINISTER: Rev. Randy Speight, 6209 Strawfield Dr., Wilmington, NC 28405; 
392-9295 

EDUCATION MINISTER: Rev. Randy Speight, 6209 Strawfield Dr., Wilmington, NC 
28405; 392-9295 

YOUTH DIRECTOR: Mr. Dodd Mays, 2064 N. Kerr Ave., Wilmington, NC 28405; 
452-9264 

SECRETARY: Mrs. Judith Tilden, 3603B St. Johns Ct., Wilmington, NC 28403; 
791-9572 

ORGANIST: Mrs. Martha Brown; 799-8787 
PIANIST: Mrs. Rita Raynor; 791-4789 

S.S. DIRECTOR: Mr. Bob Van Scoik, 322 Long Leaf Acres Dr., Wilmington, NC 
28405; 799-3530 

BROTHERHOOD DIR: Mr. Mike Morley, 221 Pinecrest Pkwy., Wilmington, NC 28401; 
763-8651 

WMU DIRECTOR: Mrs. Debbie Capps, 7701 Sidbury Rd., Wilmington, NC 28405; 
686-7623 

MEDIA DIRECTOR: Mrs. Carole Farrow, 1352 Navaho Trail, Wilmington, NC 28409; 
799-6309 

CHURCH TREASURER: Mrs. Margaret Costin, 4622 Springview Dr., Wilmington, NC 
28405; 791-5091 

STEWARDSHIP CHM: Mrs. Sherry Sutton, 145 Brookgreen Rd., Castle Hayne, NC 
28429; 675-3857 

CHURCH CLERK: Mrs. Ann Willard, 1231 Potomac Ct . , Wilmington, NC 28405; 
791-2147 

GIBSON AVENUE : 2222 Gibson Avenue, Wilmington, NC 28403; 763-2658 

PASTOR: Rev. Bill Dixon, 2112 Gibson Avenue, Wilmington, NC 28403; 762-9776 
MUSIC DIRECTOR: Mr. Robert Croom, 6924 Murrayville Rd. , Wilmington, NC 28405; 
395-4253 

YOUTH DIRECTOR: Mrs. Muriel Sandlin, 212 Clinton St., Wilmington, NC 28401; 
ORGANIST: Mrs. Marilyn Bohon, ; 392-2620 
PIANIST: Mrs. Mary H. Jordan; 343-1700 



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S.S. DIRECTOR: Mra. Shirley Pigford, 9 Pelican Point Rd., Wilmington, NC 
28409; 799-1030 

D.T. DIRECTOR: Mrs. Debbie Stephens, 1410 Castle St., Wilmington, NC 28401; 
343-1176 

BROTHERHOOD DIR: Mr. Cecil Harrison, 4625 Middlesex Rd . , Wilmington, NC 28405; 
791-7277 

WMU DIRECTOR: Mrs. Marsha Dixon, 2112 Gibson Ave., Wilmington, NC 28403; 
762-9776 

DEACON CHM: Mr. Casper Willoughby, 1934 Hudson Dr., Wilmington, NC 28403; 

762- 5409 

CHURCH TREASURER: Mrs. June Taylor, 2222 Gibson Ave., Wilmington, NC 28403; 

763- 1550 

CHURCH CLERK: Mrs. June Taylor, 2222 Gibson Ave., Wilmington, NC 28403; 
763-1550 

GREENFIELD : P. O. Box 4174, Wilmington, NC 28406; 763-1830 

PASTOR: Rev. Stacy Welle, 123 Shearin Hills Dr., Castle Hayne, NC 28429; 
675-0162 

MUSIC DIRECTOR: Mrs. Myrtle Towles, Rt. 5, Box 274, Wilmington, NC 28403; 
791-5314 

YOUTH DIRECTOR: Mrs. Debra Godwin, 3516 Lynn Ave., Castle Hayne, NC 28429; 
675-3644 

SECRETARY: Mrs. Debra Godwin, 35 16 Lynn Ave . , Castle Hayne, NC 28429; 675-3644 
PIANIST: Mrs. Susie Wells; 675-0162 

S.S. DIRECTOR: Mr. Gary Hewett, 2046 Burnett Blvd., Wilmington, NC 28401; 
763-5461 

RA DIRECTOR: Mrs. Susie Wells, 123 Shearin Hills Dr., Castle Hayne, NC 28429; 
675-0162 

WMU DIRECTOR: Mrs. Debra Godwin, 3516 Lynn Ave., Castle Hayne, NC 28429; 
675-3644 

CHURCH TREASURER: Mrs. Brenda Schley, 3304 Hampshire Rd. , Wilmington, NC 
28409; 392-5792 

CHURCH CLERK: Mrs. Debra Godwin, 3516 Lynn Ave., Castle Hayne, NC 28429; 
675-3644 

HAMP STEAD : P. O. Box 538, Factory Rd., Hampstead, NC 28443; 270-3307 
PASTOR: Rev. A. L. McGee, 4500 N. College Rd., Castle Hayne, NC 28429; 
675-0183 

MUSIC DIRECTOR: Mrs. Brenda Trott, 185 Washington Acres Rd., Hampstead, NC 
28443; 270-3422 

YOUTH DIRECTOR: Ms. Penny Millis, 226 1/2 Peanut Rd. , Hampstead, NC 28443; 
270-2470 

SECRETARY: Mrs. Libby Millis, 226 Peanut Rd., Hampstead, NC 28443; 270-4668 
ORGANIST: Mrs. Brenda Trott; 270-3422 
PIANIST: Mrs. Joan Davis; 270-3227 

S.S. DIRECTOR: Mr. Carl Wilbanks, 288 Champion Dr., Hampstead, NC 28443; 
270-9661 

D.T. DIRECTOR: Mr. Rick Ketchum, 560 Olde Point Rd., Hampstead, NC 28443; 
270-2156 

BROTHERHOOD DIR: Mr. David Camp, 228 Champion Dr., Hampstead, NC 28443; 
270-3043 

WMU DIRECTOR: Mrs. Cindy Justice, 352 Sloop Point Rd., Hampstead, NC 28443; 
270-4337 

MEDIA DIRECTOR: Ms. Amy Meeks, 1433 Washington Acres Rd., Hampstead, NC 28443; 
270-3660 

CHURCH TREASURER: Mrs. Libby Millis, 226 Peanut Rd., Hampstead, NC 28443; 
270-4668 

STEWARDSHIP CHM: Mr. Wayne Batson, 136 Dogwood Lane, Hampstead, NC 28443; 
270-3457 

CHURCH CLERK: Ms. Mary Spiller, P. O. Box 216, Hampstead, NC 28443; 270-2616 

HAW BLUFF i Rt . 1, Box 163, Kelly, NC 28448; 669-2965 

PASTOR: Rev. Robert Compton, Rt. 1, Box 163, Kelly, NC 28448; 669-2965 
MUSIC DIRECTOR: Mr. Gregg English, Rt. 1, Box 146A, Ivanhoe, NC 28447; 
669-2465 

YOUTH DIRECTOR: Ms. Tracy Miller, Rt . 1, Box 127, Kelly, NC 28448; 669-2042 
SECRETARY: Mrs. Victory Colvin, Rt . 1, Kelly, NC 28448; 283-5312 
ORGANIST: Ms. Clara Parker; 669-2527 
PIANIST: Ms. Cindy Barnhill; 669-2926 

S.S. DIRECTOR: Ms. Mary Woodward, Rt . 1, Box 100A, 28447; 669-2820 



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WMU DIRECTOR: Mb. Cindy Barnhill, Rt. 1, Ivanhoe, NC 28447; 669-2926 
DEACON CHM: Mr. Nash Heater, Rt . I, Box 62, Elizabethtown, NC 28447; 862-2279 
MEDIA DIRECTOR: Ma. Gwen English, Rt. 1, Box 146, Ivanhoe, NC 28447; 669-2478 
CHURCH TREASURER: Mb. Diane Norria, Rt . 1, Box 152A, Kelly, NC 28448; 669-2467 
CHURCH CLERK: Ms. Martha Squires, Rt . 1, Ivanhoe, NC 28447; 669-2555 

HISPAMA. PRIMERA : 1626 Lake Branch Dr., Wilmington, NC 28401; 763-4078 
PASTOR: Rev. Agustine Lara, 3715 New Colony Dr., Wilmington, NC 28412; 
799-7131 

MUSIC DIRECTOR: Mrs. Peggy Lara, 3715 New Colony Dr., Wilmington, NC 28412; 
799-7131 

SECRETARY: Mrs. Susan Serrano, 445 Robert E. Lee Dr., Wilmington, NC 28412; 
799-2060 

WMU DIRECTOR: Mr 8 . Peggy Lara, 3715 New Colony Dr., Wilmington, NC 28412; 
799-7131 

CHURCH TREASURER: Mr. Rolando Serrano, 445 Robert E. Lee Dr., Wilmington, NC 
28412; 799-2060 

HOPE MISSION : 1404 Greenfield St., Wilmington, NC 28401; 762-1890 

INNER CITY MISSIONARY: Rev. David Briaaon, 610 S. College Rd. , Wilmington, NC 
28403; 799-1160 

IVANHOE I Rt. 1, Box 4, Ivanhoe, NC 28447; 532-4225 

PASTOR: Rev. Melvin Hall, 146 Lafayette St., Wilmington, NC 28405; 686-4455 
MUSIC DIRECTOR: Ms. Deedra Benson; 532-2603 

SECRETARY: Mrs. Lorraine Moore, Rt. 1, Box 4, Ivanhoe, NC 28447; 532-4225 
PIANIST: Ms. Deedra Benson; 532-2603 

S.S. DIRECTOR: Mr. Larry Horrell, Rt . 1, Box 94, Ivanhoe, NC 28447; 669-2753 
DEACON CHM: Mr. LeRoy Sykes, P. O. Box 124, Ivanhoe, NC 28447; 532-4957 
CHURCH TREASURER: Ma. Lorraine Moore, Rt . 1, Box 4, Ivanhoe, NC 28447; 
532-4225 

CHURCH CLERK: Ms. Edna Lyerly, Rt . 1, Box 248, Ivanhoe, NC 28447; 532-4541 

KURE BEACH, FIRST : P. O. Box 99, Kure Beach, NC 28449; 458-5074 

PASTOR: Dr. Joseph Peterson, P. O. Box 232, Kure Beach, NC 28449; 458-5561 
MUSIC DIRECTOR: Mra. Vee Shore, 38 Fern Creek Lane, Carolina Beach, NC 28428; 
458-8144 

YOUTH DIRECTOR: Mra. Janice Morgan, 202 Rockledge Rd., Wilmington, NC 28403; 
395-5567 

RECREATION DIRECTOR: Mra. Susan Ramaey, 230 Richelieu Rd., Wilmington, NC 
28403; 799-7265 

SECRETARY: Mra. Gennene Klutz, P. O. Box 383, Carolina Beach, NC 28428; 
458-5260 

PIANIST: Mi sa Lindy Flowera; 458-8107 

S.S. DIRECTOR: Mrs. Audrey Teague, P. O. Box 465, Kure Beach, NC 28449; 
458-3550 

WMU DIRECTOR: Mrs. Janice Morgan, 202 Rockledge Rd., Wilmington, NC 28403; 
395-5567 

DEACON CHM: Mr. Claude Shore, 38 Fern Creek Lane, Carolina Beach, NC 28428; 
458-8144 

CHURCH TREASURER: Mrs. Gennene Klutz, P. O. Box 383, Carolina Beach, NC 28428; 
458-5260 

STEWARDSHIP CHM: Mr. Columbus Ball, P. O. Box 183, Kure Beach, NC 28449; 
458-8725 

CHURCH CLERK: Mra. Nancy Helms, P. O. Box 198, Kure Beach, NC 28449; 458-4898 

LAKE FOREST : 1626 Lake Branch Dr., Wilmington, NC 28401; 763-4078 

PASTOR: Dr. Ralph Holt, Jr., 1502 Parmele Dr., Wilmington, NC 28401; 762-2391 
MUSIC DIRECTOR: Mr. Clint Betz, 122 Lake Forest Pkwy., Wilmington, NC 28401 
343-0248 

MISSION PASTOR: Rev. Agustine Lara, 3715 New Colony Dr., Wilmington, NC 28412 
799-7131 

YOUTH DIRECTORS: Mr. & Mrs. Jim Stanley, 810 Bragg Dr., Wilmington, NC 28409 
392-0675 

SECRETARY: Mra. Nancy Brown, 2117 E. Lake Shore Dr., Wilmington, NC 28401; 
763-9580 

ORGANIST: Mrs. Linda Stanley; 392-0675 
PIANIST: Miss Pat Wyckoff; 799-0381 

S.S. DIRECTOR: Mr. O. J. Atkinson, 1718 N. Kerr Ave., Wilmington, NC 28405; 
799-6426 



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D.T. DIRECTOR: Mrs. Llbby Jacobs, 2723 Worth Dr.., Wilmington, NC 28412; 
799-7055 

BROTHERHOOD DIR: Dr. Ralph Holt, Jr., 1502 Parmele Dr., Wilmington, NC 28401; 
762-2391 

WMU DIRECTOR: Mr8. Dorothy Powell, 3728 New Colony Dr., Wilmington, NC 28412; 
791-1836 

DEACON CHM: Mr. Rodney Pearson, 717 Windemere Rd., Wilmington, NC 28405; 
395-5812 

MEDIA DIRECTOR: Miss Pat Wyckoff, 701 Jennings Dr., Wilmington, NC 28403; 
799-0381 

CHURCH TREASURER: Mrs. Elizabeth Hales, 13 Pinecrest Pkwy., Wilmington, NC 
28401; 762-7973 

STEWARDSHIP CHM: Mr. Gary Blake, 406 N. Kerr Ave., Wilmington, NC 28405; 
791-8064 

CHURCH CLERK: Mrs. Libby Jacobs, 2723 Worth Dr., Wilmington, NC 28412; 
799-7055 

LONG CREEK : 5131 Malpass Corner Rd., Burgaw, NC 28425; 283-7878 

PASTOR: Rev. David West, 5131 Malpass Corner Rd. , Burgaw, NC 28425; 28-7784 
MUSIC DIRECTOR: Mrs. Angela West, 5131 Malpass Corner Rd., Burgaw, NC 28425; 

283-7784 
PIANIST: Ms. Ruth Dawson 

S.S. DIRECTOR: Mr. Al Paguette, 5581 Herrings Chapel Rd., Rocky Point, NC 
28457; 259-5121 

BROTHERHOOD DIR: Mr. Bob Garber, 4311 Piney Woods Rd . , Watha, NC 28471; 
259-5339 

DEACON CHM: Mr. Bill Futch, Rt . 3, Box 3200, Burgaw, NC 28425; 259-5399 
CHURCH TREASURER: Ms. Laura Blackburn, Rt . 1, Box 356, Rocky Point, NC 28457; 
259-2352 

CHURCH CLERK: Ms. Angela Midgette, 11160 Hwy . 421 W, Currie, NC 28435; 
283-5019 

LONG CREEK HISPANIC I 5131 Malpass Corner Rd., Burgaw, NC 28425; 283-7878 
PASTOR: Rev. Agustine Lara, 3715 New Colony Dr., Wilmington, NC 28412; 
799-7131 

MUSIC DIRECTOR: Mrs. Peggy Lara, 3715 New Colony Dr., Wilmington, NC 28412; 
799-7131 

PIANIST: Mrs. Peggy Lara; 799-7131 

LONG LEAF : 317 Shipyard Blvd., Wilmington, NC 28412; 763-2479 

PASTOR: Rev. Eugene Ridley, 317 Shipyard Blvd., Wilmington, NC 28412; 763-2479 
MUSIC MINISTER: Rev. Richard Gilley, 7020 W. Lake Shore Dr., Wilmington, NC 
28401; 251-0424 

EDUCATION DIRECTOR: Rev. Hugh Folds, 2611 Willow St., Wilmington, NC 28401; 

762- 2354 

YOUTH MINISTER: Rev. Rick Wilburn, 317 Shipyard Blvd., Wilmington, NC 28412; 

763- 2479 

SECRETARY: Mrs. Gloria Ridley, 317 Shipyard Blvd., Wilmington, NC 28412; 
763-2479 

ORGANIST: Ms. Wanda Edwards; 763-2479 
PIANIST: Ms. Lisa Robinson; 763-2479 

S.S. DIRECTOR: Mr. Jerry Willetts, 117 Rutledge Dr., Wilmington, NC 28412; 
791-8621 

BROTHERHOOD DIR: Mr. Robert Flynne, Rt . 1, Box 237, Currie, NC 28435; 283-5546 
WMU DIRECTOR: Ms. Dorenda Long, 304 Embassy Circle, Wilmington, NC 28403; 
799-5021 

DEACON CHM: Mr. Jerry Willetts, 117 Rutledge Dr., Wilmington, NC 28412; 
791-8621 

CHURCH TREASURER: Rev. Rick Gilley, 2070 W. Lake Shore Dr., Wilmington, NC 
28401; 251-0424 

CHURCH CLERK: Ms. Ellen Coates, 213 Oakhurst Rd., Wilmington, NC 28409; 
395-5906 

HASONBORO : 1501 Beasley Rd., Wilmington, NC 28409; 395-0343 

PASTOR: Rev. Gordon Wright, 5543 Whisper Creek Lane, Wilmington, NC 28409; 
395-4506 

MUSIC DIRECTOR: Mrs. Lynn Lewis, 106 Ray Dr., Wilmington, NC 28405; 392-2362 
ASSOCIATE PASTOR: Rev. Ronald Glover, 3804 Doe Clearing Ct . , Wilmington, NC 
28409; 395-5824 

YOUTH MINISTER: Rev. Ronald Glover, 3804 Doe Clearing Ct . , Wilmington, NC 
28409; 395-5824 



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EDUCATION MINISTER: Rev. Ronald Glover, 3804 Doe Clearing Ct., Wilmington, NC 
28409; 395-5824 

SECRETARY: Mrs. Carolyn Sneeden 310 Buckner Dr., Wilmington, NC 28412; 
395-0343 

PIANIST: Mrs. Carolyn Davis; 791-4677 

S.S. DIRECTOR: Mrs. Dorothy George, 246 Brightwood Rd., Wilmington, NC 28409; 
791-1453 

BROTHERHOOD DIR: Mr. J. P. McGinnis, 4811 Carolina Beach Rd . , Wilmington, NC 
28412; 791-9123 

WMU DIRECTOR: Miss Becky Royal, 4809-15 Atlantis Ct . , Wilmington, NC 28403; 
395-6384 

MEDIA DIRECTOR: Mrs. Linda Hollis, 127 Hollis Lane, Wilmington, NC 28409; 
791-0631 

CHURCH TREASURER: Dr. Robert Hollis, 127 Hollis Lane, Wilmington, NC 28409; 
791-0631 

STEWARDSHIP CHM : Mr. Joe Mahn, 4305 Holly Tree Lane, Wilmington, NC 28412; 
392-7043 

CHURCH CLERK: Mrs. Jo Stroud, 214 Sierra Dr., Wilmington, NC 28409; 799-9811 

MOORE'S CREEK i 3901 Bell Williams Rd., Currie, NC 28435; 283-7263 

PASTOR: Rev. Philip Eakins, Rt . 1, Box Rt. 1, Box 286, Watha, NC 28471; 
283-7657 

SECRETARY: Ms. Peggy McCormick, 3901 Bell Williams Rd., Currie, NC 28435; 
283-7263 

D.T. DIRECTOR: Mr. E. R. McCormick, 3901 Bell Williams Rd., Currie, NC 28435; 
283-7263 

WMU DIRECTOR: Ms. Bernice Moore, Rt . 1, Currie, NC 28435; 283-7744 
DEACON CHM: Mr. Brian Mitchell, Rt. 2, Box 2395, Burgaw, NC 28425; 283-5171 
MEDIA DIRECTOR: Mr. Calvin Hall, Rt. 1, Box 271BB, Watha, NC 28471 
CHURCH TREASURER: Ma. Cynthia Newton, Rt. 1, Box 155-A, Currie, NC 28435; 
283-7728 

CHURCH CLERK: Ms. Peggy McCormick, 3901 Bell Williams Rd. , Currie, NC 28435; 
283-7263 

MT. HOLLY : 5551 Hwy. 117 N., Burgaw, NC 28425; 259-2840 
PASTOR: 

MUSIC DIRECTOR: Mrs. Norma Swann, 1170 Murraytown Rd. , Burgaw, NC 28425; 
259-4893 

SECRETARY: Ms. Ellen Lanier, 8005 US Hwy. 117 N . , Watha, NC 28471; 285-3795 
ORGANIST: Mrs. Lynn Taylor; 675-3744 
PIANIST: Ms. Donna Murray; 259-4429 

S.S. DIRECTOR: Ms. Holly Horton, 6614 US Hwy. 117 N., Watha, NC 28471; 
285-4092 

WMU DIRECTOR: Mrs. Thelma Rivenbark, 3200 Hwy. 53, Burgaw, NC 28425; 259-4769 
DEACON CHM : Mr. Clyde Swann, 1170 Murraytown Rd . , Burgaw, NC 28425; 259-4893 
MEDIA DIRECTOR: Mrs. Eunice Taylor, P. O. Box 482, Burgaw, NC 28425; 259-4972 
CHURCH TREASURER: Ms. Ellen Lanier, 8005 US Hwy. 117 N . , Watha, NC 28471; 
285-3795 

STEWARDSHIP CHM: Ms. Ellen Lanier, 8005 US Hwy. 117 N . , Watha, NC 28471; 
285-3795 

CHURCH CLERK: Ms. Holly Horton, 6614 US Hwy. 117 N. , Watha, NC 28471; 285-4092 

MURRAY MEMORIAL : 2501 N. College Rd., Wilmington, NC 28405; 791-6053 

PASTOR: Dr. Allen McKeithan, 6914 Masonboro Sound Rd., Wilmington, NC 28409; 
799-3902 

MUSIC MINISTER: Rev. Steve McLean, 3221 S. Woolwitch Ct . , Castle Hayne, NC 
28429; 675-1329 

YOUTH DIRECTOR: Mr. Rocky Myrick, 6218 Mallard Dr., Wilmington, NC 28403; 
395-0207 

SECRETARY: Mrs. Nancy Kling, 206 Northbrook Dr., Wilmington, NC 28405; 
392-0617 

ORGANIST: Mrs. JoLynn Futch; 283-7321 
PIANIST: Mrs. Amy Beat; 791-3108 

S.S. DIRECTOR: Mr. Carey James, 5204 Fitzgerald Dr., Wilmington, NC 28405; 
791-8033 

D.T. DIRECTOR: Mr. Robert Fowler, 812 Cheryl Lane, Wilmington, NC 28405; 
452-0986 

BROTHERHOOD DIR: Rev. Bill Shourds, 72 Port-O-Pines MHP , Wilmington, NC 28405; 
392-6081 

WMU DIRECTOR: Mrs. Joyce Paramore, 4502 Middlesex Rd., Wilmington, NC 28405; 
395-4228 



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DEACON CHM: Mr. Larry Paramore, 4502 Middlesex Rd., Wilmington, NC 28405; 
395-4228 

MEDIA DIRECTOR: Mrs. Johanna King, 1910 Farley Rd., Wilmington, NC 28405; 
791-2941 

CHURCH TREASURER: Mr. Clement Goodson, 4406 Raspberry Rd., Wilmington, NC 
28405; 799-9193 

STEWARDSHIP CHM: Mr. Glenn Kling, 206 Northbrook Dr., Wilmington, NC 28405; 
392-0617 

EVANGELISM CHM: Mr. Noble Teachey, Rt . 3, Box 113, Rocky Point, NC 28457; 
270-9127 

CHURCH CLERK: Mrs. Lucille Worthington, 2035 N. Kerr Ave., Wilmington, NC 
28405; 791-9582 

MYRTLE GROVE : 5524 Myrtle Grove Rd., Wilmington, NC 28409; 395-1026 

PASTOR: Rev. Bobby Mowery, 3816 Antelope Trail, Wilmington, NC 28409; 392-6003 
RECREATION DIR: Mrs. Carolyn Smith, 126 Mohawk Trail, Wilmington, NC 28409; 
791-9713 

SECRETARY: Mrs. Frances Mowery, 3816 Antelope Trail, Wilmington, NC 28409; 
392-6003 

ORGANIST: Mrs. Becky Smith; 395-0724 
PIANIST: Mrs. Billie Botts; 791-3242 

S.S. DIRECTOR: Mr. Bryan Smith, 126 Mohawk Trail, Wilmington, NC 28409; 
791-9713 

WMU DIRECTOR: Mrs. June Tregembo, 5811 Carolina Beach Rd. , Wilmington, NC 
28409; 791-0472 

DEACON CHM: Mr. Bryan Smith, 126 Mohawk Trail, Wilmington, NC 28409; 791-9713 
MEDIA DIRECTOR: Mrs. Lannette Long. 5212 Old Myrtle Grove Rd., Wilmington, NC 
28409; 799-6814 

CHURCH TREASURER: Mrs. Everlena Raper, 6234 Carolina Beach Rd . , Wilmington, 

NC 28412; 791-2806 
STEWARDSHIP CHM: Mr. Bob McKoy, 225 Shannon Dr., Wilmington, NC 28409; 

395-1430 

EVANGELISM CHM: Mr. Larry Botts, 410 Sharon Dr., Wilmington, NC 28409; 
791-3242 

CHURCH CLERK: Mrs. Billie Botts, 410 Sharon Dr., Wilmington, NC 28409; 
791-3242 

HEW HOPE ; P. O. Box 446, Leland, NC 28451; 371-2821 
PASTOR: 

MUSIC DIRECTOR: Mr. Allen Grey , 1740 Leland School House Rd., Leland, NC 

28451; 371-9649 
PIANIST: Mrs. Christina Smith; 253-5147 

S.S. DIRECTOR: Mr. Allen Grey, 1740 Leland School House Rd., Leland, NC 28451; 
371-9649 

D.T. DIRECTOR: Mr. Allen Grey, 1740 Leland School House Rd. , Leland, NC 28451; 
371-9649 

WMU DIRECTOR: Mrs. Christina Grey, 1740 Leland School House Rd., Leland, NC 
28451; 371-9649 

DEACON CHM: Mr. Allen Grey, 1740 Leland School House Rd., Leland, NC 28451; 
371-6949 

MEDIA DIRECTOR: Mrs. Sandra Frink, 9052 Sunbury St., Leland, NC 28451; 
371-2420 

CHURCH TREASURER: Mr. Bill Brew; 253-5008 

CHURCH CLERK: Ms. Becky Ellers, 10349 Royster Rd., Leland, NC 28451; 371-2186 

OAK GROVE : 7990 Market St., Wilmington, NC 28405; 686-7806 

PASTOR: Rev. Rick Howell, Jr., 6509 Greenville Loop Rd., Lot #208, Wilmington, 
NC 28409; 791-7060 

MUSIC DIRECTOR: Ma. Suzanne Ladd, 804 Bonham Ave., Wilmington, NC 28403; 
SECRETARY: Ms. Edna Wells, 146 Brentwood Dr., Wilmington, NC 28401; 763-9526 
PIANIST: Ms. Cindi Driggers 

WMU DIRECTOR: Ms. Suzanne Ladd, 804 Bonham Ave., Wilmington, NC 28403; 
CHURCH TREASURER: Mrs. Edna Wells, 146 Brentwood Dr., Wilmington, NC 28401; 
763-9526 

CHURCH CLERK: Mrs. Edna Wells, 146 Brentwood Dr., Wilmington, NC 28401; 
763-9526 



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OGDEN : 7121 Market St., Wilmington, NC 28405; 686-7488 

PASTOR: Rev. Duncan Futrelle, 3626 Middle Sound Loop Rd . , Wilmington, NC 
28405; 686-1482 

MUSIC DIRECTOR: Mr. Austin Grigsby, 304 Butterfly Ct . , Wilmington, NC 28405; 
395-2074 

MISSION PASTOR: Rev. Tae Ku Lee, 998 St. Andrews Dr., #101, Wilmington, NC 
28412; 452-5305 

SECRETARY: Mrs. Tammy Brock, 7121 Market St., Wilmington, NC 28405; 686-7488 
ORGANIST: Mrs. Millie Turner-Tyson; 686-7488 
PIANIST: Mrs. Millie Turner-Tyson; 686-7488 

S.S. DIRECTOR: Mr. Larry Hauser, 110 Spring Creek Lane, Wilmington, NC 28405; 
686-0115 

BROTHERHOOD DIR: Mr. Billy Watkins, 225 Springdale Dr., Wilmington, NC 28405: 
791-2869 

WMU DIRECTOR: Mrs. Maggie Hardiaon, 321 Toulon Dr., Wilmington, NC 28405; 
791-5863 

DEACON CHM: Mr. Eugene Greenway, 1010 Stevenson Dr., Wilmington, NC 28405; 
791-8369 

CHURCH TREASURER: Mr. Burris Swinson, 30 Station Rd. , Wilmington, NC 28405; 
791-5070 

STEWARDSHIP CHM: Mr. Larry Hauser, 110 Spring Creek Lane, Wilmington, NC 
28405; 686-0115 

CHURCH CLERK: Mrs. Susie Smythe, 277 Buff Circle, Wilmington, NC 28405; 
686-4872 

OGDEN KOREAN : 7121 Market St., Wilmington, NC 28405; 686-7488 

PASTOR: Rev. Tae Ku Lee, 998 St. Andrews Dr., #101, Wilmington, NC 28412; 
452-5305 

SECRETARY: Mrs. Tammy Brock, 3606 Sutton Dr., Wilmington, NC 28409; 686-7488 
PIANIST: Mrs. Sue Davis; 799-9145 

CHURCH TREASURER: Mr. Burris Swinson, 30 Station Rd., Wilmington, NC 28405; 
791-5070 

CHURCH CLERK: Mrs. Susie Smythe, 277 Buff Circle, Wilmington, NC 28405; 
686-4872 

OLIVET : 138 Glendale Dr., Wilmington, NC 28401; 762-8686 
PASTOR: 

MUSIC DIRECTOR: Mrs. Jean Jordan, 222 Oakcreat Dr., Wilmington, NC 28403; 
791-3547 

RECREATION DIRECTOR: Mrs. Charlotte Sherman, 117 Arlington Dr., Wilmington, 
NC 28401; 763-2037 

SECRETARY: Mrs. Jean Jordan, 222 Oakcreat Dr., Wilmington, NC 28403; 791-3547 
ORGANIST: Mrs. Jean Jordan; 791-3547 

S.S. DIRECTOR: Mr. Ricky Milea, 109 Victoria Dr., Wilmington, NC 28401; 

762- 0755 

WMU DIRECTOR: Mrs. Nancy File, 132 Gordon Rd., Wilmington, NC 28401; 763-1938 
DEACON CHM: Mr. Leonard Wolff, 437 Castle Hayne Rd., Wilmington, NC 28401; 

763- 1938 

MEDIA DIRECTOR: Mr b . Dorothy Wolff, 437 Castle Hayne Rd., Wilmington, NC 
28401; 763-2696 

CHURCH TREASURER: Mrs. Mary Kemp, 132 Victoria Dr., Wilmington, NC 28401; 
763-2613 

STEWARDSHIP CHM: Mr. Earl Stevens, 128 Gordon Rd., Wilmington, NC 28401; 
763-6657 

CHURCH CLERK: Mrs. Jean Jordan, 222 Oakcrest Dr., Wilmington, NC 28403; 
791-3547 

PENDERLEA : Rt . 1, Box 444-B, Willard, NC 28478; 285-5916 
PASTOR: 

PIANIST: Mb. Mary Ann Blanton; 285-3629 

S.S. DIRECTOR: Mr. Thomas Dixon, 1009 Giddeons Pond Rd., Willard, NC 28478; 
285-4276 

WMU DIRECTOR: Mb. Betty McGlohon, 552 Garden Rd. , Willard, NC 28478; 285-3547 
DEACON CHM: Mr. Nathan Wells, 6302 Horsebranch Rd., Watha, NC 28471; 285-4581 
CHURCH TREASURER: Mr. Nathan Wella, 6302 Horsebranch Rd., Watha, NC 28471; 
285-4581 

CHURCH CLERK: Ms. Sophie Wella, 6146 Horsebranch Rd., Watha, NC 28471; 
285-3049 



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PINE VALLEY I 3940 Shipyard Blvd., Wilmington, NC 28403; 791-1949 

PASTOR: Rev. David McLaurin, 705 Burney St., Wilmington, NC 28412; 452-5972 
SINGLE ADULT MINISTER: Mrs. Ruth Murray, 3416 Chalmers Dr., Wilmington, NC 
28409; 791-2065 

SECRETARY: Mrs. Oval Lee McKenzie, 3007 Fawn Creek Dr., Wilmington, NC 28409; 
392-4342 

ORGANIST: Mrs. Jean Zalme; 791-0959 
PIANIST: Mrs. Connie Casteen; 350-0630 

S.S. CO-DIRECTORS: Mr. Don Heath, 909 Robert E. Lee Dr., Wilmington, NC 28412; 
799-3721: Mrs. Leanna Lawrence, 1025 Robert E. Lee Dr., Wilmington, NC 
791-9006 

D.T. DIRECTOR: Mr. Bobby Willis, 518 Jeb Stuart Dr., Wilmington, NC 28412; 
791-0826 

WM0 DIRECTOR: Mrs. Suzanne McCarthy, 4616 Bentley Dr., Wilmington, NC 28409; 
395-1944 

DEACON CHM: Mr. David Gillespie, 122 Cliff side Dr., Wilmington, NC 28409; 
392-9755 

MEDIA DIRECTOR: Mrs. Judy Connelly, 302 Early Dr., Wilmington, NC 28412; 
CHURCH TREASURER: Mr. Menton Padgett, 5479 Eastwind Rd., Wilmington, NC 28403; 
791-8079 

STEWARDSHIP CHM: Mr. Wayne Zeigler, 6320 Marywood Dr., Wilmington, NC 28409; 
350-0243 

EVANGELISM CHM: Mr. Charles Faulk, 3425 S. College Rd., Wilmington, NC 28412; 
791-0419 

CHURCH CLERK: Mrs. Oval Lee McKenzie, 3907 Fawn Creek Dr., Wilmington, NC 
28409; 392-4342 

PINE VIEW : P. O. Box 4815, Wilmington, NC 28406; 763-7000 
PASTOR: 

DEACON CHM: Mr. Monroe Peterson, 2107 Oakley Rd., Castle Hayne, NC 28429 
CHURCH CLERK: Ms. Joyce Suggs, 1073 Cowpen Landing Rd., Wilmington, NC 28401 

RILEY'S CREEK I 19845 NC Hwy . 210, Rocky Point, NC 28457; 675-2127 

PASTOR: 

MUSIC DIRECTOR: Ms. Becky Blanchard, 17966 NC Hwy. 210, Rocky Point, NC 28457; 
675-0836 

YOUTH DIRECTOR: Mr. Stan Harts, 300 Poplar Branch Rd., Rocky Point, NC 28457; 
675-1486 

SECRETARY: Mrs. Katherine Huggins, 19550 NC Hwy. 210, Rocky Point. NC 28457; 
675-2274 

ORGANIST: Ms. Becky Blanchard; 675-0836 
PIANIST: Ms. Becky Blanchard; 675-0836 

S.S. DIRECTOR: Mrs. Angela Beacham, 311 E. Bridger St., Burgaw, NC 28425; 
259-5202 

RA DIRECTOR: Mr. Rick Beacham, 311 E. Bridger St., Burgaw, NC 28425; 259-5202 
WMU DIRECTOR: Mrs. Linda Richards, 110 W. Bridger St., Burgaw, NC 28425; 
259-5428 

MEDIA DIRECTOR: Ms. Mary Glisson, 24933 NC Hwy. 210, Currie, NC 28435; 
259-2502 

CHURCH TREASURER: Mrs. Katherine Huggins, 19550 NC Hwy. 210, Rocky Point, NC 
28457; 675-2274 

STEWARDSHIP CHM: Mr. Jimmy Huggins, 19550 NC Hwy. 210, Rocky Point, NC 28457; 
675-2274 

EVANGELISM CHM: Mrs. Loranda Walker, 5376 Heading Bluff Rd . , Currie, NC 28435; 
283-7339 

CHURCH CLERK: Ms. Edith Lunsford, 19210 NC Hwy. 210, Rocky Point, NC 28457; 
675-2871 

ROCKY POINT : P. O. Box 400, Rocky Point, NC 28457; 675-2535 

PASTOR: Rev. Geary Walton, 2576 Country Club Rd., Hampstead, NC 28443; 
270-2402 

MUSIC DIRECTOR: Mrs. JoAnn Walton, 2576 country Club Rd., Hampstead, NC 28443; 
270-2402 

SECRETARY: Ms. Wilma Thompson, 11519 US Hwy. 117 S., Rocky Point, NC 28457; 
675-2092 

S.S. DIRECTOR: Mr. Thomas Harris, 7901 Old River Rd., Burgaw, NC 28425; 
259-6460 

D.T. DIRECTOR: Ms. Mary Ellen Harts, 3600 Hwy. 132, Rocky Point, NC 28457; 
BROTHERHOOD DIR: Mr. Bill Parker, 565 Military Cutoff Lot #50, Wilmington, NC 
28405; 452-3083 



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WMU DIRECTOR: Mra. Edna Pierce, 544 Sandy Bend Rd., Rocky Point, NC 28457; 
675-0338 

CHURCH TREASURER: Mr. John Pierce, 544 Sandy Bend Rd., Rocky Point, NC 28457; 
675-0338 

CHURCH CLERK: Ma. Wilma Thompson, 4519 US Hwy. 117 S., Rocky Point, NC 28457; 
675-2092 

SAINT PAUL : 4646 Gordon Rd., Wilmington, NC 28405 

PASTOR: Rev. Malcom Lewis, 3984 Malpaae Corner Rd., Burgaw, NC 28425; 283-7996 
ORGANIST: Ms. Vivian Haynes; 762-7068 

S.S. DIRECTOR: Mr. Frank Walker, 2708 McClammy St., Wilmington, NC 28405; 
762-2539 

CHURCH TREASURER: Mr. Frank Walker, 2708 McClammy St., Wilmington, NC 28405; 
762-2539 

CHURCH CLERK: Mrs. Thelma Walker, 2708 McClammy St., Wilmington, NC 28405; 
762-2539 

SCOTTS HILL : 185 Scotta Hill Loop Rd., Wilmington, NC 28405; 686-9885 

PASTOR: Dr. Eddie Davie, III, 396 LaSalle St., Wilmington, NC 28405; 686-1035 
MUSIC MINISTER: Rev. Darby Worrell, 149 Laffitte St., Wilmington, NC 28405; 
686-1290 

YOUTH MINISTER: Rev. Darby Worrell, 149 Laffitte St., Wilmington, NC 28405; 
686-1290 

SECRETARY: Mra. Carol Batta, 10165 Sidbury Rd. , Wilmington, NC 28405; 686-9566 
ORGANIST: Mra. Frances Koonce; 791-1352 
PIANIST: Mr 8 . Kathy Brite; 686-0834 

S.S. DIRECTOR: Mr. Jimmie Suggs, Jr., 106 Laffitte St., Wilmington, NC 28405; 
686-0007 

D.T. DIRECTOR: Mr. Tom Baker, 136 LaSalle St., Wilmington, NC 28405; 686-9194 
BROTHERHOOD DIR: Mr. Tommy Todd, 3517 Middle Sound Loop Rd . , Wilmington, NC 
28405; 686-7616 

WMU DIRECTOR: Mrs. Kay Loflin, 125 Mark Twain Dr., Wilmington, NC 28405; 
686-1706 

DEACON CHM : Mr. Danna Ferrell, 116 Laffitte St., Wilmington, NC 28405; 
686-4292 

MEDIA DIRECTOR: Mrs. Jerri Jones, 175 Lafayette St., Wilmington, NC 28405; 
686-7695 

CHURCH TREASURER: Mr. Glenn Marehburn, 398 LaSalle St., Wilmington, NC 28405; 
686-7332 

STEWARDSHIP CHM: Mr. Stewart Brown, 143 High Tide Dr., Wilmington, NC 28405; 
686-7413 

CHURCH CLERK: Mrs. Betsy Jones, 325 Wellington Dr., Wilmington, NC 28405; 
686-0776 r> - 

SEA GATE i 6115 Oleander Dr., Wilmington, NC 28403; 791-8943 

PASTOR: Rev. Robert E. Lee, 6218 Greenville Sound Rd., Wilmington, NC 28409; 
350-0888 

MUSIC DIRECTOR: Mr. Rodney Miller, Rt . 2, Box 461D, Leland, NC 28451; 799-3422 
SECRETARY: Mra. Shirley Lee, 6218 Greenville Sound Rd., Wilmington, NC 28409; 
350-0888 

PIANIST: Mra. Dean Surratt; 791-6470 

S.S. DIRECTOR: Rev. Paul Nix, 104 Pecan Ave., Wilmington, NC 28403; 799-8525 
D.T. DIRECTOR: Mr. Roy Saundera, 126 Sebrell Ave., Wilmington, NC 28403; 
791-9485 

BROTHERHOOD DIR: Capt . Eddie Haneman, 118 Hinton Ave., Wilmington, NC 28403; 
791-0187 

WMU DIRECTOR: Mra. Evelyn Peteraon, 308 Hooker Rd., Wilmington, NC 28403; 
799-0747 

MEDIA DIRECTOR: Mra. Jeanette McMillan, 237 Peiffer Ave., Wilmington, NC 
28409; 791-8218 

CHURCH TREASURER: Mrs. Kay Repik, 5027 Barefoot Dr., Wilmington, NC 28403; 
791-4412 

STEWARDSHIP CHM: Mr. Tom Repik, 5027 Barefoot Dr., Wilmington, NC 28405; 
791-4412 

CHURCH CLERK: Miss Dorothy Rockmere, 6301 Greenville Sound Rd . , Wilmington, 
NC 28409; 350-0200 

SHILOH l 19685 US Hwy. 421, Watha, NC 28471; 283-9676 

PASTOR: Rev. Ed Elliott, 85 Tedder Rd., Ivanhoe, NC 28447; 283-9287 

MUSIC DIRECTOR: Ms. Edna Moore, 776 Tedder Rd., Ivanhoe, NC 28447; 283-7237 

RECREATION DIR: Ma. Pat Simmons, Rt . 1, Box 323, Ivanhoe, NC 28447; 283-5815 



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YOUTH DIRECTOR: Mb. Linda Ray Futrell, 5670 Hwy. 53 W. , Burgaw, NC 28425; 
259-6606 

SECRETARY: Ms. Berlene Boney, 1080 Tedder Rd., Ivanhoe, NC 28447; 283-7503 
ORGANIST: Mb. Pat Simmons; 283-5815 
PIANIST: Mre. Caren Elliott; 283-9287 

S.S. DIRECTOR: Mr. J. R. Vernon, Shiloh Rd. , Watha, NC 28471; 283-5012 
D.T. DIRECTOR: Mr. Ray Rivenbark, 6771 Shiloh Rd., Watha, NC 28471; 283-9123 
BROTHERHOOD DIR: Mr. Donald Caison, 10016 Hwy. 53 W. , Burgaw, NC 28425; 
283-9242 

WMU DIRECTOR: Ms. Lucille Eakins, 201 Bear Deer Dr., Watha, NC 28471; 283-5301 
DEACON CHM: Mr. Freddy Simpson, 427 Jesse Moore Rd., Ivanhoe, NC 28447; 
283-5325 

MEDIA DIRECTOR: Ms. Pearlene Newton, 4376 Shiloh Rd . , Watha, NC 28471; 
283-5618 

CHURCH TREASURER: Mrs. Gloria Barnhill, 318 N. Rankin St., Atkinson, NC 28421; 
283-7616 

STEWARDSHIP CHM: Mr. Marshall Williams, 601 Raleigh Rd. , Wallace, NC 28466; 
285-2275 

EVANGELISM CHM: Mr. Marshall Williams, 601 Raleigh Rd., Wallace, NC 28466; 
285-2275 

CHURCH CLERK: Ms. Edna Rae Rivenbark, 6771 Shiloh Rd., Watha, NC 28471; 
283-7123 

SILVER LAKE : 4715 Carolina Beach Rd., Wilmington, NC 28412; 791-9171 

PASTOR: Dr. Mike Moore, 1719 Carolina Ave. N. , Carolina Beach, NC 28428; 
458-7146 

MUSIC MINISTER: Ms. Glenda Bohannon, 515 Colony Circle N., Wilmington, NC 
28409; 392-2466 

YOUTH MINISTER: Ms. Glenda Bohannon, 515 Colony Circle N., Wilmington, NC 

28409; 392-2466 
PIANIST: Ms. Sabre Duncan; 799-5660 

S.S. DIRECTOR: Ms. Barbara Todd, 7108 Myrtle Grove Rd . , Wilmington, NC 28409; 
799-2073 

WMU DIRECTOR: Mrs. Betty Sasser, 299 Shannon Dr., Wilmington, NC 28409; 
799-2427 

DEACON CHM: Mr. Mickey Matthews, 4913 Tanbark Dr., Wilmington, NC 28412; 
799-0350 

CHURCH TREASURER: Mrs. Betty Sasser, 299 Shannon Dr., Wilmington, NC 28409; 
799-2427 

STEWARDSHIP CHM: Mr. Dan Sasser, 299 Shannon Dr., Wilmington, NC 28409; 
799-2427 

CHURCH CLERK: Ms. Claudia Matthews, 4913 Tanbark Dr., Wilmington, NC 28412; 
799-0350 



SOUTHSIDE : 3320 S. College Rd. , Wilmington, NC 28412; 799-4751 

PASTOR: Rev. Ronald Bryan, 4912 CrosBwinds Dr., Wilmington, NC 28409; 392-0809 
MUSIC DIRECTOR: Mrs. Paula Holland, 616 Columbia Ave., Carolina Beach, NC 
28428; 458-3226 

SECRETARY: Mrs. Betty Busby, 342 Cherokee Trail, Wilmington, NC 28403; 
799-4997 

PIANIST: Mrs. Edith Lewis; 791-2998 

S.S. DIRECTOR: Mr. Thomas Sherrill, 4954 Red Heart Dr., Wilmington, NC 28412; 
392-1104 

WMU DIRECTOR: Mrs. Mary Lennon, 157 Cliffside Dr., Wilmington, NC 28409; 
791-8916 

DEACON CHM: Mr. Robert Brown, 118 Whippoorwill Lane, Wilmington, NC 28409; 
791-5591 

MEDIA DIRECTOR: Ms. Renae Warren, 5827 Solera Rd. , Wilmington, NC 28403; 
791-9717 

CHURCH TREASURER: Mr 8 . Dorothy West, 314 Maaonboro Rd., Wilmington, NC 28409; 
392-3874 

CHURCH CLERK: Mrs. Wanda Piatt, 1337 Heron Run Dr., Wilmington, NC 28403; 
452-7299 

SUNSET PARK : 231 Central Blvd., Wilmington, NC 28401; 762-4486 

PASTOR: Rev. Oscar Holland, 3004 Providence Ct . , Wilmington, NC 28412; 
799-8559 

MUSIC MINISTER: Rev. Ed Hollis, 534 McEachern Ct . , Wilmington, NC 28412; 

395-1654 
SECRETARY: Ms. Roxanne Dobson 
ORGANIST: Ms. Martha HaleB; 791-5252 



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PIANIST: Mr. Joey Marlowe; 799-3004 

S.S. DIRECTOR: Mr. Kenneth Danford, 4005 Chapra Dr., Wilmington, NC 28412; 
395-0496 

D.T. DIRECTOR: Mr. Bill Oaks, 326 Covil Ave., Wilmington, NC 28403; 763-8174 
BROTHERHOOD DIR: Mr. Paul Berry, 2 Church St., Wilmington, NC 28401; 763-5280 
DEACON CHM: Mr. Allen Rubs, 121 Seminole Trail, Wilmington, NC 28409; 395-1212 
MEDIA DIRECTOR: Mrs. Angela Boswell, 210 Hollins Rd., Wilmington, NC 28412; 
799-4513 

CHURCH TREASURER: Mr. Glenn Thompson, 402 Buccaneer Rd . , Wilmington, NC 28409; 
791-3096 

CHURCH CLERK: Ms. Dorothy Moore, 3225 Red Berry Dr., Wilmington, NC 28409; 
395-3170 

SURF CITY : P. O. Box 2607, Surf City, NC 28445; 328-2831 

PASTOR: Rev. Don Horn, P. O. Box 2607, Surf City, NC 28445; 328-2831 
MUSIC DIRECTOR: Mrs. Shirley Horn, P. O. Box 2607, Surf City, NC 28445; 
328-2831 

MISSION PASTOR: Rev. Dwayne Collins, 1794 New River Inlet Rd. , Sneads Ferry, 
NC 28460; 328-2134 

YOUTH DIRECTOR! Mr. Lou Sauer, Jr., Rt . 1, Box 350-A, Holly Ridge, NC 28445; 
328-3077 

SECRETARY: Ma. Karen Osborne, Rt . 1, Box 274, Holly Ridge, NC 28445; 328-1507 
ORGANIST: Ms. Estelle Richert; 329-2589 
PIANIST: M8. Peggy Bailey; 328-0311 

S.S. DIRECTOR: Mr. Tom Arndt, Rt . 1, Box 65, Holly Ridge, NC 28445; 328-2727 
BROTHERHOOD DIR: Mr. Robert Carnaghan, 306 St. Moritz, Sneads Ferry, NC 28460; 
328-2642 

WMU DIRECTOR: Ms. Jessie Borchers, Rt . 1, Box 278, Holly Ridge, NC 28445; 
328-1226 

DEACON CHM: Mr. Harold Batts, 229 Hwy. 50, Hampstead, NC 28443; 329-5771 
MEDIA DIRECTOR: Mrs. Bobbie Arndt, Rt . 1, Box 65, Holly Ridge, NC 28445; 

328- 2727 

CHURCH TREASURER: Ms. Sue Bizzell, 111 King Dr., Hampstead, NC 28443; 328-0971 
STEWARDSHIP CHM: Mr. Elbert Davis, Rt . 2, Box 256, Holly Ridge, NC 28445; 

329- 7341 

CHURCH CLERK: Mrs. Bettie Sauer, Rt. 1, Box 350-A, Holly Ridge, NC 28445; 
328-1663 

TEMPLE t 1801 Market St., Wilmington, NC 28403; 763-3351 

PASTOR: Dr. James Whetstone, 2222 Market St., Wilmington, NC 28403; 763-5700 
MUSIC MINISTER: Rev. Jimmy Rogers, 113 Apache Trail, Wilmington, NC 28409; 
395-4920 

EDUCATION MINISTER: Miss Julie McVey, 4407 Holly Tree Rd . , Wilmington, NC 
28409; 452-9042 

YOUTH MINISTER: Miss Julie McVey, 4407 Holly Tree Rd., Wilmington, NC 28409; 
452-9042 

SECRETARY: Mrs. Carolyn Moore, P. O. Box 622, Hampstead, NC 28443; 763-3351 
ORGANIST: Mr. Wayne Figart; 763-1619 

S.S DIRECTOR: Mr. Tim Marshall, 1824 Pembroke Jones Rd., Wilmington, NC 28405; 
256-9640 

D.T. DIRECTOR: Miss Julie McVey, 4407 Holly Tree Rd., Wilmington, NC 28409; 
452-9042 

BROTHERHOOD DIR: Mr. Jim Simmons, 418 Stonewall Jackson Dr., Wilmington, NC 
28412; 791-3633 

WMU DIRECTOR: Mrs. Ruby Williams, 3517 Chalmers Dr., Wilmington, NC 28403; 
791-3433 

DEACON CHM: Mr. Bill Hobbs, Jr., 2234 Metts Ave., Wilmington, NC 28403; 
763-7880 

MEDIA DIRECTOR: Mrs. Treva McKoy, 2316 Waverly Dr., Wilmington, NC 28403; 
251-0513 

CHURCH TREASURER: Mr. Vick McKoy, 2316 Waverly Dr., Wilmington, NC 28403; 
251-0513 

CHURCH CLERK: Mr. Mike Pine, 327 Pine Cliff Dr., Wilmington, NC 28403; 
799-1769 

TOPSAIL 1 455 Hwy. 17 N., Hampstead, NC 28443; 270-9038 

PASTOR: Rev. John Fariss, P. 0. Box 793, Hampstead, NC 28443; 270-9680 
MUSIC DIRECTOR: Mr. Lindsey Mathis, 122 Holiday Hills, Hampstead, NC 28443; 
270-9458 

SECRETARY: Ms. Jackie Brooks, P. O. Box 178, Hampstead, NC 28443; 270-9280 
ORGANIST: Ms. Evelyn Champagne; 270-3983 



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PIANIST: Ms. Claudette Brown; 270-3202 

S.S. DIRECTOR: Mr. Milton Bostic, 301 Sand Dollar Lane, Hampatead, NC 28443; 
270-2377 

BROTHERHOOD DIR: Mr. Lucien Champaign, 118 Topaail Greene, Hampatead, NC 
28443; 270-2933 

WMU DIRECTOR: Ma. Jackie Brooks, P. O. Box 178, Hampatead, NC 28443; 270-9280 
DEACON CHM: Mr. Bill Boston, 543 Hwy. 210 E-, Hampatead, NC 28443; 329-8761 
CHURCH TREASURER: Mrs. Janice Bradshaw, 136 Kings Landing Rd., Hampetead, NC 
28443; 270-2637 

STEWARDSHIP CHM: Mr. Carl Rochelle, 548 Hwy. 210 E . , Hampatead, NC 28443; 
329-8171 

CHURCH CLERK: Mra. Nancy Coaton, 543 Hwy. 210 E . , Hampatead, NC 28443; 
329-8761 

VICTORY I 12646 US Hwy. 117 S., Rocky Point, NC 28457; 675-1511 

PASTOR: Rev. Horace Hall, 5125 Lord Tennyaon Rd. , Wilmington, NC 28405; 
799-5589 

MUSIC DIRECTOR: Mr. Mark Vaughn, 146 South Gate Rd., Wilmington, NC 28412; 
799-9357 

SECRETARY: Mra. Kim Stettler, 4809-17 Atlantis, Wilmington, NC 28403; 799-4167 
PIANIST: Ms. Agnes Guyton 

S.S. DIRECTOR: Mrs. Rose Mary Lofts, 225 N.W. Ave., Burgaw, NC 28425; 259-3108 
D.T. DIRECTOR: Mr. Jim Lofts, 225 N.W. Ave., Burgaw, NC 28425; 259-3108 
WMU DIRECTOR: Ms. Betty Meadows, 1305 Cheshire Rd. , Rocky Point, NC 28457; 
675-1909 

CHURCH TREASURER: Mr. Chip Stettler, 4809-17 Atlantis, Wilmington, NC 28403; 
799-4167 

CHURCH CLERK: Mr. Jim Lofts, 225 N.W. Ave., Burgaw, NC 28425; 259-3108 

WALLACE, FIRST : 408 West Main St., Wallace, NC 28466; 285-2534 

PASTOR: Rev. Dennis Bazemore, 1008 Eastwood Dr., Wallace, NC 28466; 285-6336 
MUSIC DIRECTOR: Mrs. Emily Jessup, 326 West Stevens St., Wallace, NC 28466; 
285-2395 

SECRETARY: Mra. Charlotte Jones, 905 N.W. Railroad St., Wallace, NC 28466; 
285-2903 

ORGANIST: Mrs. Linda Maready; 285-7108 
PIANIST: Mra. Linda Bazemore; 285-6336 

S.S. DIRECTOR: Mra. Tereaa McLemore, 13 Patrick Henry Ct . , Wallace, NC 28466; 
285-4557 

D.T. DIRECTOR: Rev. Dennia Bazemore, 1008 Eastwood Dr., Wallace, NC 28466; 
285-6336 

BROTHERHOOD DIR: Mr. Vance Brooks, P. O. Box 457, Wallace, NC 28466; 285-2262 
WMU DIRECTOR: Mrs. Willa Currie, 800 Miami Ave., Wallace, NC 28466; 285-4510 
DEACON CHM: Mr. Ray McLemore, 13 Patrick Henry Ct., Wallace, NC 28466; 
285-4557 

MEDIA DIRECTOR: Mrs. Teresa McLemore, 13 Patrick Henry Ct . , Wallace, NC 28466 
285-4557 

CHURCH TREASURER: Mrs. Doris Brooks, 202 N. Duplin St., Wallace, NC 28466 
285-2262 

EVANGELISM CHM: Rev. Dennis Bazemore, 1008 Eastwood Dr., Wallace, NC 28466 
285-6336 

CHURCH CLERK: Mrs. Jane Blanton, 118 Sunset Rd., Wallace, NC 28466; 285-6404 

WATHA: 50 N. Charlotte St., Watha, 28471; 285-6868 

PASTOR: Rev. Gwyn "Sonny" Reevea, 217 Camp Kirkwood Rd., Watha, NC 28471; 
285-6868 

MUSIC DIRECTOR: Mra. Wilma Gelbhaar, 81 Mary Slocum Rd., Watha, NC 28471; 
285-3537 

PIANIST: Mrs. Wilma Gelbhaar; 285-3537 

S.S. DIRECTOR: Mr. Robert Foster, 910 Lake Rd., Watha, NC 28471; 285-6331 
WMU DIRECTOR: Mrs. Sandra Reeves, 217 Camp Kirkwood Rd . , Watha, NC 28471; 
285-6868 

DEACON CHM: Mr. Ernest Gott, 6986 Horse Branch Rd., Watha, NC 28471; 285-7895 
CHURCH TREASURER: Mrs. Betty Owens, 1681 Anderson Rd . , Watha, NC 28471; 
285-4867 

CHURCH CLERK: Mrs. Fannie Pate, 835 Camp Kirkwood Rd . , Watha, NC 28471; 
285-3240 



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WHISPERING PIKES I 6547 Carolina Beach Rd., Wilmington, NC 28412; 791-6584 
PASTOR: Dr. Charles Harris, 6551 Carolina Beach Rd., Wilmington, NC 28409; 
452-1309 

MUSIC DIRECTOR: Ms. Teresa Roggina, 112 Horndale Dr., Wilmington, NC 28409; 
791-5346 

YOUTH DIRECTOR: Mr. Jonny Watkins, 6415 Myrtle Grove Rd . , Lot 45, Wilmington, 

NC 28409; 392-9933 
SECRETARY: Mrs. Cindy Clifton, 305 Richelieu Rd., Wilmington, NC 28412; 

395-1397 

PIANIST: Mrs. Lynne Howell; 791-9586 

S.S. DIRECTOR: Mrs. Jesma Roggina, 112 Horndale Dr., Wilmington, NC 28409; 
791-5346 

BROTHERHOOD DIR: Mr. Doug North, 5305 Manteo Ct . , Wilmington, NC 28412; 
799-2103 

WMU DIRECTOR: Miss Teresa Roggina, 112 Horndale Dr., Wilmington, NC 28409; 
791-5346 

DEACON CHM: Mr. Eric Reeves, 111 S. Channel Haven Dr., Wilmington, NC 28409; 
791-9029 

MEDIA DIRECTOR: Mrs. Marie Hatcher, 1073 Grissom Rd., Wilmington, NC 28409; 
392-0636 

CHURCH TREASURER: Mr. Johnny Russ, 202 Friendly Lane, Wilmington, NC 28409; 
799-7084 

CHURCH CLERK: Mrs. Lynne Howell, 130 S. Channel Haven Dr., Wilmington, NC 
28409; 791-9586 

WILLARD : Rt . 2, Box 138, Willard, NC 28478; 285-7196 
PASTOR: 

MUSIC DIRECTOR: Ms. Helena Holton, Rt . 1, Willard, NC 28478; 285-3603 
SECRETARY: Ms. Jean Farrior, Rt. 1, Willard, NC 28478; 285-3889 
ORGANIST: Ms. Freda Jones; 285-7363 
PIANIST: Ms. Melanie Emory; 285-5335 

S.S. DIRECTOR: Mr. J. C. Knowles, Rt . 1, Wallace, NC 28466; 285-4666 

D.T. DIRECTOR: Mr. Virgil Tosto, Rt. 1, Willard, NC 28478; 

BROTHERHOOD DIR: Mr. Wallace West, Rt . 1, Willard, NC 28478; 285-7700 

WMU DIRECTOR: Ms. Jean Farrior, Rt. 1, Willard, NC 28478; 285-3889 

DEACON CHM: Mr. Jay Farrior, Rt . 1, Willard, NC 28478; 285-3889 

CHURCH TREASURER: Ms. Jean Farrior, Rt . 1, Willard, NC 28478; 285-3889 

CHURCH CLERK: Ms. Melanie Emory, P. O. Box 246, Wallace, NC 28466; 285-5335 

WILMINGTON, FIRST i 15 N. 5th St., Wilmington, NC 28401; 763-2471 

PASTOR: Dr. Michael Queen, 15 N. 5th St., Wilmington, NC 28401; 763-2471 
MUSIC MINISTER: Rev. Kurt Wachtel, 142 Wintergreen Rd., Wilmington, NC 28409; 
799-8656 

EDUCATION MINISTER: Rev. Jim Everette, 729 Brackenfirm Rd., Wilmington, NC 
28405; 452-4790 

YOUTH MINISTER: Rev. Don Vigus, 118 Quail Ridge Rd., Wilmington, NC 28409; 
392-4724 

RECREATION DIRECTOR: Rev. Don Vigus, 118 Quail Ridge Rd., Wilmington, NC 
28405; 392-4724 

SECRETARY: Mrs. Jane Davis, 15 N. 5th St., Wilmington, NC 28401; 763-2471 
ORGANIST: Mrs. Jean Wachtel; 799-8656 

S.S. DIRECTOR: Dr. Julian Keith, 5733 Oak Bluff Lane, Wilmington, NC 28409; 
395-4312 

D.T. DIRECTOR: Rev. Jim Everette, 719 Brackenfirm Rd. , Wilmington, NC 28405; 
452-4790 

RA DIRECTOR: Mr. David Smith, 6403 Lark Court, Wilmington, NC 28409; 395-6852 
WMU DIRECTOR: Ms. Sandy Smith, 125 Bretonshire Dr., Wilmington, NC 28405; 
799-1736 

DEACON CHM: Mr. Lonnie Williams, Jr., 302 Wayne Dr., Wilmington, NC 28403; 
343-0893 

CHURCH TREASURER: Mr. Morris Powell, Jr., 3412 Bethal Rd., Wilmington, NC 
28409; 799-2530 

STEWARDSHIP CHM: Mr. Berry Trice, 233 Stonewall Jackson Dr., Wilmington, NC 
28412; 791-0834 

CHURCH CLERK: Mrs. India Causey, 334 Donald Gore Dr., Wilmington, NC 28412; 
799-3473 



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WINTER PAR K: 4700 Wrightsville Ave., Wilmington, NC 28403; 791-4725 

PASTOR : Dr. Charles Dorman (Interim), 4700 Wrightsville Ave., Wilmington, NC 
28403; 791-4725 

MUSIC MINISTER: Rev. Clif HarriB, 4700 Wrightsville Ave., Wilmington, NC 
28403; 791-4725 

EDUCATION MINISTER: Rev. John Pruitt, 4483 Beach Mountain Ct . , Wilmington, NC 
28405; 395-5140 

SECRETARY: Mrs. Deborah Hood, 4700 Wrightsville Ave., Wilmington, NC 28403; 
791-4725 

ORGANIST: Ms. Melody Bryan; 799-9771 
PIANIST: Ms. Wanda Gordy; 686-9699 

S.S. DIRECTOR: Mrs. Connie Lancaster, 829 Shinn Point Rd., Wilmington, NC 
28409; 350-0265 

D.T. DIRECTOR: Rev. John Pruitt, 4483 Beach Mountain Ct . , Wilmington, NC 
28405; 395-5140 

BROTHERHOOD DIR: Mr. George Willetta, 3527 Kirby Smith Dr., Wilmington, NC 
28409; 799-8114 

WMU DIRECTOR: Ms. Yvonne Lewis, 145 Cliffside Dr., Wilmington, NC 28409; 
799-0976 

DEACON CHM : Mr. George Swart, 2813 Swartville Rd., Castle Hayne, NC 28429; 
675-2219 

MEDIA DIRECTOR: Mrs. Mary Dunn, 218 E. Blackbeard Rd . , Wilmington, NC 28409; 
799-3739 

CHURCH TREASURER: Mr. Glenwood McDowell, 537 Rose Ave., Wilmington, NC 28403; 
791-4119 

STEWARDSHIP CHM: Mr. Jack Dunn, 218 E. Blackbeard Rd., Wilmington, NC 28409; 
799-3739 

EVANGELISM DIR: Rev. John Pruitt, 4483 Beach Mountain Ct., Wilmington, NC 
28405; 395-5140 

CHURCH CLERK: Ms. Elsie Tilson, 4626 Long Leaf Hills Dr., Wilmington, NC 
28409; 791-3571 

WRIGHTSBORO : 2736 Castle Hayne Rd. , Wilmington, NC 28401; 763-3181 

PASTOR: Dr. Harvey Whaley, 131 Whitman Ave., Castle Hayne, NC 28429; 763-7519 
MUSIC MINISTER: Mrs. Peggy Croom, 2014 Jackson St., Wilmington, NC 28401; 
343-8378 

ASSOCIATE PASTOR: Rev. Michael Lewis, 5018 Marathon Ct., Castle Hayne, NC 
28429; 675-1400 

EDUCATION MINISTER: Rev. Michael Lewis, 5018 Marathon Ct . , Castle Hayne, NC 
28429; 675-1400 

YOUTH MINISTER: Rev. Dondi Pace, 3207 Alex Trask Dr., Castle Hayne, NC 28429; 
675-1725 

RECREATION DIRECTOR: Rev. Dondi Pace, 3207 Alex Trask Dr., Castle Hayne, NC 
28429; 675-1725 

SECRETARY: Mrs. Martha Herring, 114 Chadwick Ave., Wilmington, NC 28401; 

762-7022 
ORGANIST: Ms. Carolyn Benton; 
PIANIST: Ms. Maria Newkirk; 762-4324 

S.S. DIRECTOR: Mrs. Len Chamblee, 45 Holland, Castle Hayne, NC 28429; 762-8334 
D.T. DIRECTOR: Mrs. Bettie Cavenaugh, 168 Home Place Dr., Wilmington, NC 
28401; 763-0473 

WMU DIRECTOR: Mrs. Flora Bass, 100 Whitman Ave., Castle Hayne, NC 28429; 

762- 1787 

DEACON CHM: Mr. Jim Newkirk, 206 Laurel Dr., Wilmington, NC 28401; 762-4324 
MEDIA DIRECTOR: Mrs. Frances Phillips, 4413 Huckleberry Rd., Wilmington, NC 
28405; 791-8354 

CHURCH TREASURER: Mrs. Guelda Peacock, 117 Whitman Ave., Castle Hayne, NC 
28429; 762-6876 

STEWARDSHIP CHM: Mr. Charlie Swart, 124 Whitman Ave., Castle Hayne, NC 28429; 

763- 8643 

CHURCH CLERK: Mrs. Jenny Thompson, 4522 Noland Dr., Wilmington, NC 28405; 
392-5668 

WRIGHTSVILLE BEACH : P. O. Box 21, Wrightsville Beach, NC 28480; 256-3682 

PASTOR: Rev. Danny Hawkins, 4914 Seabrook Ct . , Wilmington, NC 28403; 395-6182 
MUSIC MINISTER: Rev. Phil Rivenbark, 4945 Pine St., Wilmington, NC 28403; 
392-9402 

YOUTH MINISTER: Rev. Phil Rivenbark, 4945 Pine St., Wilmington, NC 28403; 
392-9402 

SECRETARY: Ms. Linda Cook, 1330 Spring Valley Rd . , Wilmington, NC 28405; 
791-5337 



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ORGANIST: Ms. Jane Head; 799-3968 
PIANIST: Mrs. Dawn Tatum; 686-4072 

S.S. DIRECTOR: Connie Simmons, 134 Bradley Pines Rd., Wilmington, NC 28403; 
392-6329 

D.T. DIRECTOR: Mr. John Truitt, 601 N. Channel Dr., Wrightsville Beach, NC 
28480; 256-3272 

BROTHERHOOD DIR: Mr. Stan Wiley, 208 Elmhurst Rd., Wilmington, NC 28405; 
762-7813 

WMU DIRECTOR: Mrs. Marsha Cowart, 106 Circle Dr., Wrightsville Beach, NC 
28480; 256-5541 

DEACON CHM: Mr. Bill Tatum, 7628 Mallow Rd., Wilmington, NC 28405; 686-4072 
CHURCH TREASURER: Ms. Tammy Blizzard, 1747 Signature Place, Wilmington, NC 
28405; 256-6006 

CHURCH CLERK: Ms. Iris Most, 904 Seven Oaks Dr., Wilmington, NC 28405; 
686-4112 



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WOMAN'S MISSIONARY UNION 



The WMU emphasis for 1991-92 was "CALLED AND ACCOUNTABLE." Each person in 
WMU has accepted an important position in our local churches, our Association, 
and in N.C. We learned that it takes all of us doing what we feel God has 

called us to do working together and laboring together with God. In offering 

ourselves for service in WMU, we are committing ourselves to God and to each 
other. The 1991-92 watchword is found in Acts 1:8 - "But when the Holy Spirit 
comes upon you, you will be filled with power, and you will be witnesses for me 
in Jerusalem, in all of Judea and Samaria." 

One of our goals for WMU this past year was GROWTH . We were proud that we 
were able to start WMU in Long Creek Baptist Church and Victory Baptist Church. 

Ten churches from Wilmington Baptist Association were represented in a 
week-long WMU Conference at Ridgecrest in July of 1991. Two WMU Associational 
Council officers also attended. We had six members of the Associational Council 
of WMU who attended Leadership Training at Camp Caraway. Eleven members of the 
Council attended Leadership Conference at First Baptist Church in Wallace. The 
WMU Leadership Conferences were held at Temple Baptist Church and at Burgaw 
Baptist Church for WMU Officers in our local churches. About 150 women attended. 

Good attendance was reported at different area churches for Baptist Women's 
World Day of Prayer. 

Many churches came together and shared Foreign Mission Study together. GA 
Mother/Daughter Banquets were held, as well as Acteens Retreats and Mission 
Friends Festivals. 

The WMU helped with the International Banquet again this year as well as 
providing refreshments for different events and receptions with the Association. 
The WMU '8 in our local churches are always happy to provide supper for the 
Baptist Student Union group from UNC-W on each Monday night. Our hope is that 
more churches will participate in 1992-93. 

A most inspirational program was enjoyed by all at the WMU Annual Meeting 
in April. The Commissioning Service for those going to Brazil was an important 
part of the program as well as representatives from the Baptist Children's Homes 
who sang and gave their testimonies. The BSU Ensemble also presented a message 
in song. 

We look forward to 1992-93 with "LEAD ON" as the emphasis. We as members 
of WMU will Lead On . Lead On to growth, to faithful service, and to the 
fulfillment of God's own desire that every man and woman shall know of His saving 
love. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Catherine Sneeden, Director 



CONSTITUTION AND BY-LAWS COMMITTEE 

The Associational Year 1991-1992 has been a relatively quiet year for this 
committee. It was at the last Annual Meeting in October 1991 that a new 
Constitution and By-Laws was approved and became effective in the Association. 
The next step to that plan is to prepare an Associational Handbook that is 
tailored to the Wilmington Baptist Association. Work has begun on this document 
and with the help of the variouB committees and councils of the Association its 
completion should be ready for approval at the General Board Meeting in January 
1993. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Melvin Hall, Chairperson 



DISCIPLESHIP TRAINING COUNCIL 

The main focus for the Associational Discipleship Training Team (ADTT) this 
year primarily involved personal consultation with churches who desired to 
improve their discipleship program or those who hoped to begin a discipleship 
program. 



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Discipleship presents the greatest challenge for the church in the 90's. 
Many churches are realizing that in order to integrate new members into the 
entire life of the church and help Christians grown, diacipleship is a MUST. At 
the same time, discipleship may not happen solely on Sunday evenings and before 
worship. The ADTT is working hard to help churches grasp this concept and then 
implement a plan to produce total life commitment. 

Your ADTT team is ready and willing to help in your situation. Please call 
if we can assist you. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Eddie Davis, Director 
Ephesians 4:11-12 

SUNDAY SCHOOL ASSI STEAM 

The Associational Sunday School team has reached and taught leaders from 
more than half our churches. Conferences included Teaching People the Bible, 
BreakThrough for the Smaller Church, and a special "How To" clinic for the nuts 
and bolts of S.S. work. Consultations have been done in a dozen churches to 
target special needs, at the request of the churches. 

The team is an outstanding group of committed, motivated, and talented 
people. With their help, the team reached STANDARD for the second consecutive 
year . 

The Bible School clinic was hosted by Pine Valley, with the theme 
"Fantastic Journey." The response was great. The association has gained such 
a reputation for having great clinics, that churches from bordering associations 
want to use OUR clinic. John Cashwell and Janice Puckett, we salute youl 

As we look forward to another exciting year, let us keep our rightly 
directed: to reach their world and share with it the only hope: Jesus Christ, to 
care for and equip its own, and to exalt the Lordl 

Respectfully submitted, 
Hal Bilbo, Director 



SEMINARY EXTENSION (Council on Higher Education) 

We were able to have one Seminary Extension Course this year. Dr. Mike 
Moore taught "New Testament Survey: The Early Church" NT0167. 

We offered other courses but lacked sufficient interest to complete these. 
This year we are offering three courses: (1) Fundamentals of Music; (2) Dynamics 
of Teaching; and (3) MasterLife 

Call the Associational office for information on these courses. Studies 
begin as soon as enough are enrolled. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Vincent G. Wall, Chairperson 



CHURCH RENEWAL 

Although Wilmington Baptist Association has been seeing churches renewed 
for years, it's only since July that the Association has had a volunteer 
designated for this ministry. Church Renewal means different things to different 
people. To me, renewal is a spiritual awakening in a complacent society. It's 
a scattered ministry rather than a contained status quo. It's a seven day a week 
Christian lifestyle, not a one hour per week obligation. It's a mission 
opportunity for thriving churches to commission disciples for temporary 
assignments in dwindling churches. It's happening right now in our Association. 
We are seeing local pastors team together for a revival in a struggling church. 
Lay people from different congregations going out on people search with a small 
church requesting help. Two of our churches have chosen the Lay Renewal Weekend 
to spiritually stir God's people into a deeper commitment on the journey. 

Respectfully submitted, 
John Truitt, Volunteer 



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MISSIONARY FURLOUGH HOUSE COMMITTEE 



The Furlough Missionary Residence has been occupied most of 1991-1992 by 
Tom and Susan Canady, Missionaries to Honduras. Tom spoke in many of our 
churches as well as many places outside the area. Susan worked on completing her 
Master's Degree at UNCW during her furlough. Their daughter Brooke attended 
Trask Middle School and their other two children were at Chowan and N.C. State. 

The Canady 's added storm windows to the house which will help improve its 
value and the utility bill. They also donated a beautiful Honduran rocking chair 
to the home. 

Tom and Susan used our two cars while staying in the house and provided 
excellent maintenance for them. They were extremely grateful for this ministry 
and have rescheduled for the next two furloughs. 

Due to the cancellation of the missionaries who were to stay in the 
residence during 1992-1993, the house is being used temporarily by an Interim 
Pastor in the area. 

The Furlough House Committee is grateful to the churches of the Wilmington 
Association for their support of this ministry and would encourage them to 
continue to support it and expose their church families to the influence of these 
choice servants of God. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Yvonne Lewis, Chairperson 



ESL (ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE) 

The International population of Wilmington continues to grow and so do the 
opportunities for ministry through Literacy Missions - specifically through the 
Conservational English classes which are supported by the Wilmington Baptist 
Association. 

Classes were resumed on Wednesday mornings at Winter Park Baptist Church 
in September with a beginning enrollment of 42 students from 22 countries. At 
least eight of these were ones who had not been enrolled before and we know of 
several former students who will return to us as the fall session gets into full 
swing. Last year about 75 Internationals entered our program from 25 countries. 
Additionally, we worked with Cape Fear Community College for a short time 
teaching Mexicans at a local restaurant. 

In addition to the Wednesday morning classes. Winter Park and Scotts Hill 
churches offer classes during the Sunday School hour where English is taught 
using the Bible as the textbook and on Wednesday evenings at Winter Park . About 
5 students are in these classes. 

During the 1991-92 school year, two tutor training workshops were held. 
Six of our regular fifteen tutors are Berving as a result of those two workshops. 
One of our biggest deterrents to workshop attendance seems to be an inability to 
publicize them among our Baptist churches. A workshop is planned for November 
16-20 at the WBA Office Building from 9:00 AM to 2:00 PM. 

We appreciate the support we get from the Wilmington Baptist Churches. 
Students pay for their own books and tutors buy their first set of books during 
the workshops. However, we do have minor operating expenses and the expense of 
buying new materials to stay current and to have teacher materials which are 
available to be checked out of our library to cut down on personal expenses for 
our tutors. There are opportunities several times a year for continuing 
education for tutors and it is an encouragement to them if at least part of the 
expenses, such as travel can be compensated. 

We also appreciate Winter Park Baptist Church for so graciously welcoming 
our students there, for the use of the building and to the Baptist Women there 
who faithfully prepare and serve refreshments weekly. This is an important time 
for the students as they socialize with others and practice their newly- learned 
language skills. 

The Bible is used for every student when they reach a level of 
understanding simple lessons, unless they specify that they do not wish to. We 
have a very few who choose not to have a Bible lesson. As a result of some of 



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our tutoring, we have had those who have made professions of faith and some who 
have not reached that point but they attend worship services in some of our 
Baptist churches regularly. When we have Iranians asking for a Bible, we know 
all the efforts of the people who work in this ministry and support it are not 
in vain. We praise God for the opportunity to work in this ministry and thank 
you, WBA. 



Respectfully submitted, 
Gladys Baker, Chairperson 



RECREATION COUNCIL 

The Recreation Council enjoyed a successful first year by sponsoring 
numerous activities. 



1. A church basketball league with games at Myrtle Grove School was held 
with over 50 teams representing 23 Baptist churches. All age groups 
were represented. Southside, Winter Park, and Pine Valley all won 
championships . 

2. A mens Christmas Basketball Tournament was held with Winter Park 
winning over Pine Valley. Winter Park's David Holden was MVP. 

3. A mens and womens softball league was sponsored with Murray Memorial 
winning the men's title and Freedom winning the ladies title. 

4. A Softball Tournament to start the season was held at Empie Park with 
Ginnies Branch defeating Freedom in extra innings. 

5. A joint project with the Baptist Student Union was the 3 on 3 
Basketball Tournament held on the UNCW Campus. This was one fantastic 
day of fellowship and top notch basketball which will be repeated in 
the Winter. 



Future projects include combining the basketball program with the N.C. 
Royal Ambassador Program and the sponsoring of teams for mission work abroad, 
Bolivia, South America. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Kevin Lee, Director 



BIBLE STUDY IN THE PUBLIC SCHOOLS 



We, the Wilmington Fellowship of Christian Educators Association 
International, greet you in the name of Our Lord Jesus Christ. Thanks be to His 
name for what you are doing in your congregation to present the Gospel to your 
people. We encourage you and pray for your efforts. 

As Christians, we believe, along with you, that the Bible is the infallible 
Living Word of God. It is that Word which sustains us and gives us the fullness 
of knowledge. As Christian educators, we believe it is important that our young 
people have the opportunity to study God's Word as part of their high school 
curriculum. Therefore, we whole-heartedly endorse the program of the Committee 
on Bible Study in the New Hanover County High Schools. 

The scriptures say that" God shall preserve a remnant-" However, in order 

to preserve the remnant of God's Word in public education, we need a commitment 
from you to do the following: 



1. Pray for the program of the Committee on Bible Study. 

2. Make the young people of your congregation aware of this program. 

3. Encourage your young people to enroll in the Bible courses (elective 
credits) offered in their school. 

4. Include information about this program in your church's newsletter so 
that parents will know about it. 

5. Work with your fellow members to adopt as an item in your annual budget 
a regular contribution to the Committee on Bible Study. These 
contributions pay the teacher's salaries and other expenses of the 
Committee. The Committee has no other source of funding, and ended the 



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laBt school year with debt of $8,000, even though enrollment in the 
courses has risen from about 30 in 1986 to about 273 in 1991-1992. 

If you would like more information, please call the Reverend Don Vigus at 
799-7564, or Dr. Sheldon Koesy at 799-7732. Members of the Committee and 
students in the courses will be glad to speak to groups in your church, Sunday 
School classes, home mission, outreach committees, or youth fellowships 
concerning the benefits of this program. We need your support. Thank you for 
being there. May God touch your heart as a church body to support this vital 
ministry in our community. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Mae B. Knight, President 

ACTS TV NETWORK COMMITTEE 

This year, the Wilmington Baptist Television Ministry, carried with the 
ACTS Network locally on Wilmington Area Vision Cable Channel 32, enters its 
fourth year under the administration of the Winter Park Baptist Church and sixth 
year of existence in the community. 

In 1988, Winter Park took over and funded the ACTS Board operation as a 
special Missions Outreach in order to sustain and build a Baptist-based 
Television Ministry for the use of area churches. The Winter Park Electronics 
Committee developed a working administrative structure, guidelines, rate card, 
technical requirements and detailed information on building a church Television 
system for interested churches. Also established and maintained by volunteers 
was a program-insertion service, and more recently, a limited editing service for 
which reasonable fees are charged. 

Over the last 4 years, the Wilmington ACTS Television Ministry has produced 
and cable-casted many programs on Vision Cable Channel 32. Winter Park alone, 
has contributed in excess of 500 half-hour church services, plus several one-hour 
specials featuring choir concerts and special music in addition to a Christmas 
drama each year which was run several times. Also, the ACTS Board has aired a 
special Easter Program for Pine Valley Baptist, a special sacred music concert 
for the Wrightsville Beach Baptist Church, a music concert promo for Sunset Park 
Baptist Church, and more recently this year, a half-hour promotional program 
produced by the Berean Baptist Church in Winston-Salem about the Establishment 
of the Wilmington Campus of the Emmanuel Baptist University of Connelly Springs, 
N.C. 

This summer, Wilmington ACTS discussed trading church service programs each 
week with the Calvary Baptist Church of Winston-Salem, which appears regularly 
on the Winston-Salem ACTS Channel. The arrangement would allow the Winter Park 
regular weekly service to be aired on the ACTS Channel in Winston-Salem, and 
Calvary's service to be aired on Wilmington's ACTS Channel on a rotational basis 
free of airtime charges. This kind of relationship would allow regional 
enriching of Baptists in N.C. Review of the plan is still under way and final 
decisions have not yet been made. 

In April, two representatives from Wilmington ACTS traveled to the Radio 
and Television Commission in Ft. Worth, Texas, to attend the ACTS National 
Affiliate Conference and Annual ACTS Awards. This was the third year in a row 
that Wilmington ACTS was represented by personnel from the Winter Park Television 
Ministry. Much was learned from the seminars and discussions with ACTS Network 
executives. 

On July 28, the SBC Radio and Television Commission signed an agreement 
with the National Interfaith Cable Coalition to allow ACTS to share the same 
satellite channel with the VISION Network (VISN) . ACTS would have 8 hours-a-day 
and VISN would have the remaining 16 hours. This arrangement makes it possible 
for ACTS Southern Baptist Television to have the largest portion of airtime 
devoted to a single faith on the largest religious Television Network in the 
world, reaching many areas in which Southern Baptists have never been before. 

Because VISN is the world's largest "Interfaith Network" featuring some 
programming from fringe groups such as Unitarians, Christian Scientist and the 
Mormons, the action has not been well received by all Southern Baptists. It 
needs to be recognized that neither ACTS or its affiliates will be identified 
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Affiliates, such aa oura, Wilmington ACTS, will retain local insertion rights and 
control over local programming. ACTS will still be ACTS, owned and operated by 
the SBC Radio and Television Commission in Ft. Worth with most Baptist 
programming continuing to originate from there. Basically, the move was 
necessary because ACTS would have had to go to a new satellite next year and the 
Radio and Television Commission could not have done it financially. VISN 
presented an opportunity to the ACTS Trustees which allowed both networks to 
coexist on the satellite channel with virtually little or no cost to ACTS. The 
action insures that the Baptist voice and message will continue its presence on 
the world wide Television medium for many years beyond that which might have been 
possible, if the move had not been made. It is our prayer that Southern Baptist 
will be patient and give this ministry a chance. Southern Baptist have an 
unprecedented opportunity to witness to many of these other faith groups, who are 
hungry for the truth, and do not know Jesus Christ as we do. It is our 
obligation by the Great Commission to reach out to all people . May we be 
prayerful and bold for our Lord. 

Respectfully submitted 
Richard Dana McAtee, Chairman 

MEDIA CENTER COMMITTEE 

This past year we have continued examination of the Media Center contents 
and found that we have very little in useful equipment. Outdated and worn items 
seem to make the bulk of the center. So much is needed that the choices of new 
purchases will have to be very carefully considered. Our film projector was 
repaired at a cost of $182.00 (a new one would cost $2,000). With a budget of 
$500, you can see that it will be a while before our center is where we would 
like it to be. If you are interested in donating new equipment or contributing 
to same, please contact the Wilmington Baptist Association Office. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Louise Fisher, Director 

CAPE FEAR LITERACY COUNCIL 

The Cape Fear Literacy Council continues to create awareness of literacy 
needs in our area through personal work with businesses, industries, media, 
churches, and other agencies. 

During the past year, 13 training workshops were held, with 150 new 
volunteer tutors being certified. A total of 312 tutors worked with 373 
students. There were 146 new students enrolled in the program, and 173 left the 
program after meeting their individual goals. Two new volunteer trainers were 
certified by Laubach Literacy Action. Volunteers gave 41,599 hours to the work 
of the Council — the equivalent of 23 full-time employees. Students in the 
program organized a New Readers Club, which developed by-laws, set goals, and 
elected officers. This group held hot dog and bake sales to raise money to send 
three representatives to the National Literacy Conference held in Raleigh in 
June . 

Our "Read To Me, Mama" program, held at Lake Forest Baptist Church, 
continued to be recognized as a model family literacy project for volunteer 
groups both statewide and nationally. 

In June 1992, First Citizens Bank offered to donate the use of a former 
branch bank building to the Literacy Council for the remaining 2 1/2 years of its 
lease. With the growing need for space for both the Literacy Council and the 
WBA, the Council took advantage of the bank's offer. On July 1, the Literacy 
Council moved into its own building at 608 Shipyard Boulevard. Because of this 
additional space, the staff can now better serve its clients, volunteers, and the 
community. 

On the negative side, the Council's eligibility for VISTA workers has 
expired. It became necessary for us to employ an additional part-time staff 
support person and to call upon volunteers to do the work of two full-time 
VISTA'a. With the extra financial burden of maintaining our own building and 
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Although we are reaching many who need our help, we realize there are many 
more in the area who are unaware that our services are available. With your help 
and prayers, we will continue to try to reach them. 

We cannot find the words to express how an adult new reader feels about the 
Literacy Council, but perhaps this essay written by one of our students will say 
it for us. (Below) 

Our thanks to the WBA for making this program possible and for your 
continuing support. 

MY EXPERIENCE WITH THE LITERACY COUNCIL 

The Literacy Council is a program to help people learn to read and 
write. It does more than just help people read write. These are some of 
the things I accomplished through the Literacy Council. 

First of all, since I have been in the Literacy Program, I have 
gained self-confidence. For example, my tutors have given me a lot of 
encouragement and support. They make me feel like I can do anything that 
I want to do. So now when I run across a problem, no matter how big or 
small it is, I have confidence that I can solve it. 

Second of all, I passed the pipe fitter's test. One of the reasons 
I got into the Literacy Program was to pass this test. Through the help 
of my girlfriend and my tutor, I did it. 

Third of all, I realized that I am not the only person with a reading 
and writing problem. Through the Literacy Program I have met other people 
with the same problem. It makes me feel good to know that I'm not the only 
one trying to do something about it. 

Finally, it let me learn more about the Bible and what I'm supposed 
to do. For example, I didn't go to Sunday School because I couldn't read. 
But since I have been in the Literacy Program, I don't only go to Sunday 
School, I'm the assistant Superintendent of our Sunday School. And I 
learned that if it wasn't for the Lord, I couldn't have accomplished all 
the things I have. 

In conclusion, I feel that the Literacy Council does more than help 
you read and write. It helped me gain self-confidence. It helped me pass 
the pipe fitter's test. It let me realize that I'm not the only person 
with a reading and writing problem. It let me learn more about the Bible 
and what I'm suppose to do. So I feel that the Literacy Council is a very 
good program. If you are willing to put the time in, they are willing to 
help you. 

Macon Brown 

CFLC New Reader 

Respectfully submitted, 
Billie Granger, CFLC Director 



COMMUNICATIONS COUNCIL 

The Communications Council has plenty of long range "visions." Among them 
would be our dream of an Association "News Report/Interview" type program that 
will be shown, more or less, on a regular basis showing events from around the 
Association. We hope to make arrangements to use a camera for dental/medical van 
visits and any occasion we thing might be interesting to show on ACTS TV. Our 
Association is doing so many great activities that we think people would enjoy 
"reliving" them in living color. Help us with making our dreams come truellll 

Respectfully submitted, 
Joan Brewer, Director 



CHURCH AND COMMUNITY MINISTRIES 

I am so grateful to God for all His blessings during the past year. Many 
times I sought His guidance with situations that were seemingly impossible from 
the human standpoint. God always provided the answers and the help that was 
needed. He sent volunteers, financial support, supplies, and prayer support in 
ways that often seemed miraculous to me. We in the Wilmington Baptist 
Association serve a wondrous, mighty Lord: "To God be the glory; great things 
He hath done." 



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Thank you for the opportunity to highlight some of the experiences of this 
past year. It was a joy and privilege to guide or assist in the planning, 
organization and implementation of the following ministries: the tenth 
International Night of Friendship; the Red Cross Blood Drive; Medical/Dental 
Clinics; Senior Adult Rallies; Displays at the Interfaith Festival and at the 
Fall Fair of First Baptist; a Backyard Bible Club at Nesbitt Court; a back-to- 
school party for children in Houston-Moore; Inner City tent revival; formation 
of Hope Baptist Mission; food and clothing ministries at two different locations; 
Christmas gifts for needy families; supervision, along with Gus and Peggy Lara, 
of two Hispanic summer missionaries; tutoring in English as a Second Language 
(ESL) classes; providing a Baccalaureate Sermon occasion for high school 
graduating seniors; a blanket ministry during the winter and an electric fan 
ministry during the summer; distribution of toiletries; paper products and 
cleaning items to many agencies; interviewed and gave emergency assistance to 234 
individuals, representing 612 family members in all. 

We have worked cooperatively with Rescue Mission of Cape Fear, Domestic 
Violence Shelter, Good Shepherd House, Families in Crisis, Wilmington Resident 
Facility, Social Services, United Way, Yahweh House, and the Seaman's Center. 
To several of these we have delivered many pounds of supplies gathered through 
the efforts of the WMU and individuals churches. 

Through Language Missions Ministries and Christian Social Ministries many 
seeds for the proclamation of the Gospel were sown and 266 public professions of 
faith were made. To God be the Glory. 

Also included in this exciting year: 

....writing an article published in Maoazette , a magazine for pastor's wives 
produced by the Woman's Missionary Union of the Southern Baptist 

Convention; the article was entitled "A Biblical Interpretation of Spiritual 
Gifts; " 

....writing and publishing a pamphlet concerning our ministry in the inner city; 

. . . .mission presentations in nine churches; 

....membership on the following boards: 
Cape Fear Literacy Council 
Good Shepherd House 
Inter-agency Council 
United Christian Campus Ministry 
North Carolina Japanese Ministry 

....and conferences attended: 

Family Forum with Bill and Linda Swindell 
Literacy Orientation 
Literacy Mini-Laubach Training 
Regional Evangelism Conference 

Church and Community Ministries Family Conference, Caswell 
Church and Community Ministries Skills Management Workshop, Caraway 
Associational Staff Meeting, Caraway 
Vacation Bible School Clinic 

North Carolina state Brotherhood Convention, Charlotte 
Key Leadership, Caswell 

Baptist State Convention Annual Session, Asheville 

Southern Baptist Convention Annual Session, Indianapolis, Indiana 

I pray a special prayer of gratitude to God for His goodness and mercy. 
I would also like to thank all the volunteers who helped plan, organize and 
implement these ministries. Bouquets of roses to each precious one of you I 

Respectfully submitted, 
Mary Margaret Brooks 



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BAPTIST STUDENT UNION (BSU) 



Baptist Student Union more than tripled in number during the 1991-1992 
school year. There have been 199 students enrolled throughout the year. Two 
separate weekly meetings continue to be held to reach more students and 
accommodate class schedules. Seven students from the Cape Fear Community College 
Campus meet with the UNCW student on Monday nights. 

Ten goals were set for last year. At the writing of this report 8 have 
been reached. The largest and most important goal, to build a Baptist Student 
Union Center, is now in the drawing stages. Other goals that were reached for 
Baptist Student Union were: increased enrollment; involvement with UNCW faculty 
and staff; increase number attending Fall Convention; increased publicity; more 
outreach teams to churches; more churcheB providing meals; involvement in 
community missions; and opportunities to spend more one on one trips with 
students . 

Rocky Myrick began his second year as the Assistant BSU Director in 
November 1991. 

The following activities and events were held from October 1991 through 
September 1992: 

FALL ACTIVITIES 

....25 students led games and songs at the Associational Youth Lock-In at the 

YMCA on November 22. 
....4 churches requested and used BSU outreach teams to lead services and youth 

events . 

....32 students attended a local BSU Fall Retreat at Topsail Island in November 
....A team of 6 students conducted the entire Sunday morning worship services at 
Greenfield church. 

....Other outreach teams spoke and sang at Scotts Hill, Long Leaf, and Bear 
Branch . 

....An outreach team helped Wrightsboro with a hayride activity. 
....Students conducted a talent show in December. 

....A candlelight Christmas service for UNCW students was held at St. Matthews 
Lutheran Church led by three campus ministers and the local church 
Associate Pastor. 

....BSU students helped other campus ministry groups put together "exam study 
kits" for freshmen students. 

WINTER ACTIVITIES 

....The organization of our first BSU Ensemble began in January 1992 with 10 
regular members. 

. . . .Centerville, FBC Wallace, Ogden, Burgaw, and Oak Grove utilized the BSU 

Outreach team and ensemble singers. 
....Winter Retreat to Fort Caswell with the Pembroke State University BSU. The 

theme was "Sailing on the Sea of Life" focusing on friendship, 

discipleship, and evangelism. 
. . . .December the BSU President John Griffin and Director, Carlene Evans, attended 

the Intersections Conference in Washington, DC, where we ministered to the 

Homeless and Inner City ministries. This conference meets once every 3 

years . 

....BSU had a display table at High School Visitation Day at UNCW. 
SPRING ACTIVITIES 

....Outreach team and BSU ensemble assisted in five churches throughout the 
semester . 

....Baptist Student Union had a float entry in the Azalea Parade featuring 

Student Ministry in our area. 
....BSU Spring Conference was held March 27-29 st Camp Caraway in Asheboro. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Carlene Evans, Director 



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RESORT MINISTRIES 



Resort communities continue to increase in number and size. The number of 
missions youth groups increased as well. We had 29 groups this past summer. 
These groups led Backyard Bible Clubs, afternoon recreation and Family Evenings 
Programs. They presented a Christian message and witness in a variety of 
creative ways. Hundreds of vacationers and locals gathered around to hear these 
young people sing, give testimonies, and perform Christian dramas, and sharing 
about what the Lord means in their lives. All of these mission groups were 
supervised by 5 summer missionaries, three of them returning students: Marianna 
Dockery, Felicia Sloan, Will Wakefield, Ricky Phillips, and Sandy Haigler. 

Four pre-project orientation sessions were led by Carlene Evans for the 29 
mission groups. Don and Shirley Horn and Carlene Evans led seminars at the 
summer mission orientation week at Meredith College in May. 

This year we added two additional staff members who served as volunteers 
through Campers on Mission from Easter through Labor Day. Walt and Pearline 
Morgan did a wonderful job in the Rogers Bay Campground near Surf City. They 
served as campground chaplains and activities Directors. There was a large 
increase of Sunday morning worship attenders in the campground as a direct result 
of their ministry there. Activities for children were planned as well as covered 
dish fellowships, nature walks, and special programs. Our association hosted a 
Campers on Mission Rally the first weekend in April with 35 in attendance. 

In addition to beach and campground ministries, our groups also led 
programs at the YWCA, the Katie B. Hines Senior Center, the Ocean Trails Nursing 
Home in Southport, and one of our clown teams went to our local hospital. The 
WBA Associational Clown Team was used at several churches and senior adult 
rallies . 



A summary of the number reached through resort mission in our association 
during the summer of 1992 are as follows: 



....153 Family Evening Programs totaling an audience of 13,004 

....156 Day Camps with a total of 1164 children 

....48 Professions of Faith 

....16 Out of state mission youth groups 

....12 North Carolina mission youth groups 

....5 Summer Missionaries 

....55 Campers on Mission events totaling an audience of 1346 
....17 Senior Adult events (2 days a week) 
....18 Recommitments 

....22,715 total of persons presented with the Gospel this year 

Resort ministry takes many people working together, each using the talents 
the Lord has given them, to share our Christian message of hope. Pray for more 
workers, as the challenge becomes greater each year. 



Respectfully submitted, 
Carlene C. Evans, Director 



BROTHERHOOD COUNCIL 



Our WBA Brotherhood had a very BuccesBful 1991-92 church year. 

....October 25-26, 1991, RA Fall Round-up was held at Masonboro Baptist 
Church 

....November 2, 1991, RA Father/Son Banquet was held 

....January 25, 1992, Baptist Men's Prayer Breakfast was held at Murray 

Memorial Baptist Church. Ron Boswell, Director of SBC Foreign 

Missions Volunteeri8m, was the guest speaker. It was well attended. 
....January 26, 1992, Baptist Men's Day was celebrated in many of our 

churches with the men taking part in the worship services 
....April, 1992, the RA Track Meet was held at Hoggard High School 
....April 11, 1992, The Little Red Caboose was used in the Azalea Festival 

Parade with emphasis on Baptist Student Union. Carlene Evans and BSU 

students decorated and manned the caboose. 
....May 21, 1992, Baptist Men's Rally was held at Wrightsboro Baptist 

Church. Wayne Bristow, Oklahoma Baptist Evangelism Director, was 

guest speaker. It was well attended. 



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....October 3, 1992, The Associational Pine Box Derby Race was held at the 
First Baptist Activity Center. 

Baptist Men from the Association have taken part in several work projects, 
in West Virginia and Brazil. The men have been active in work on area churches, 
mission buildings and on the WBA Office Center. We have indeed had a good year 
with our men and boys in missions. 

Respectfully submitted, 
J. P. McGinnis, Director 

PERSONNEL COMMITTEE 

The Personnel Committee of the Wilmington Baptist Association has had an 
extremely easy task. We have continued our staff reviews during 1991-92. This 
new dimension is a good effort to offer information and help our staff people 
make their personal needs and feelings known. 

There were indeed two new staff additions, Rev. David Brisson came to us 
as Inner City Missionary. This job previously held by another individual and 
primarily a part of the ministries of certain churches is now more directly 
assigned to the WBA. Mr. John Truitt came to the new staff position called 
Director of Church Renewal and Development. Although, this a volunteer staff 
position, it is already integral part of the WBA staff operations. 

The Personnel Committee will be participating in writing and compiling of 
a policy manual during the next months. The enlarged staff and the necessity of 
developing that manual should give us a busy year in 1992-93. 

Respectfully submitted, 
John Scalf, Chairperson 



EVANGELISM COMMITTEE 

The Lord has blessed the Wilmington Baptist Association with people who 
believe in evangelizing. Beginning in May with the Key Leadership Conference at 
Fort Caswell, we have had inspirational messages from many people filling us with 
a desire to "spread the word." The Association has been ringing with sounds of 
revivals in churches. Plans are ongoing for a crusade in the Burgaw area for 
November 1993. Please make your arrangement to hold a revival in your church and 
to promote the crusade among your membership. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Onree Fisher, Chairperson 



COUNSELING CENTER 

The N.C. Baptist Hospital Counseling Center at Wilmington opened in 
September 1991 as a cooperative effort of the N.C. Baptist Hospital in Winston- 
Salem and the Wilmington Baptist Association. H. Mac Wallace, D. Min. , came as 
the director of the Center, with secretarial staff being provided by the 
Association. Because of a growing need, two additional part-time counselors have 
also been contracted to work at the Center. Wendy Harris came in May 1992, and 
Linda Longley plans to join us this month. Also, because of a growing caseload, 
Sophia Phelps was employed as a part-time Administrative Assistant in January 
1992. 

The Counseling Center provides a uniquely Christian orientation to 
psychotherapy. This type of "Pastoral Counseling" combines the expertise in the 
behavioral sciences with the insights of the Judaeo-Christian tradition to assess 
and address the needs one has when in emotional, relational, or spiritual 
conflict. Our staff includes both male and female counselors, skilled in 
applying the healing resources of faith, as well as the best in psychological 
techniques, to help resolve problems, tackle new challenges, or reflect on life. 

Since the Center opened, more than 250 clients have been seen, with a total 
of more than 100 counseling hours each month. These clients include individuals, 
couples, families, adolescents, and children. Most of the referrals come from 



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pastors of Baptist churches; however, there are a growing number of referrals 
from other sources as well. This broadens the scope of this ministry and truly 
makes it a mission in this community and surrounding area. 

The Center is open Monday-Friday from 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM with some evening 
and some Saturday morning appointment available. 

The continued sponsorship and support of the Wilmington Baptist Association 
is vital to reaching those in this community who are in need. 

Respectfully submitted, 
H. Mac Wallace, Director 



ASSOCIATIONS HISSIONS DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL 

COMPONENT PROGRAMS REPORTS I 

LANGUAGE MISSIONS COUNCIL 

INTERNATIONAL NIOHT OF FRIENDSHIP 

The Tenth Annual International Night of Friendship was held on September 
26, 1992, from Bix to nine o'clock at the First Baptist Church Activities 
building. The theme for this special year was "It's A Small World." We had a 
parade of countries and keychains with tiny globes attached were given as favors. 
There were approximately 310 present. This include 202 internationals rom 21 
countries . 

Delicious food from many countries and entertainment provided by 6 national 
groups helped make this a most enjoyable evening. We would like to express 
heart-felt gratitude to the sponsoring churches, pastors, staff members, and many 
dedicated lay people that made this evening possible. We are already making 
plans for our eleventh celebration on September 25, 1992. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Mary Margaret Brooks 



CHINESE FELLOWSHIP 

Our Chinese Fellowship has had an exciting year! After about eight years 
of ministry at Calvary, we have had several become Christians and baptized into 
the fellowship. Angle Ki, Meng Wang, and Virginia Yang. God has broken through 
tremendous barriers. 

Some of the Chinese families are beginning to attend the worship services 
in addition to the Chinese Fellowship which meets every second and fourth 
Saturday evening at 6:30 pm at the church. 

There were Chinese children in every Vacation Bible School department this 
year, two of those making professions of faith came through the Bible School. 

We give praise to the Lord for the great work He is doing in the Chinese 
ministry. We encourage your continued prayer support and invite you to attend 
a meeting with us at your convenience. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Katherine Godwin, Chinese Director 



HISPANIC MISSIONS 

Thank you so much for your support this year in our Hispanic and Migrant 
Ministry. We have had a good year. We had a wonderful Medical Clinic where 
there were 79 saved and we save lots of patients during the three days at Riley's 
Creek Baptist Church. We also, had one Dentist who had a dentist office set up 
in the pastor's study. This is the first time I have heard of that. We have had 
continued dental services all summer at Dr. Smith's office once a month where he 
saw 15 patients a month with other dentists and dental hygienist working. We 
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10 to 40 coming. We have 2 classes now each Thursday night at Lake Forest 
Baptist Church. 

We had a first summer students as missionaries this summer for 10 weeks. 
We had Big A Clubs with an average of 10 children attending. We had services in 
the camps, trailer parks, and in the homes of members on Friday night. We had 
92 saved this summer. We had a wonderful International Night. The largest ever 
and the Spanish were involved. We hand Thanksgiving Dinner at Riley's Creek 
Baptist Church with 125 present, and Christmas Dinner at Calvary Baptist Church 
with 115 attending. The church provided toys for all the children and gifts for 
all. We gave out about 100 blankets to migrant workers and otherB who needed 
them. We thank all the churches that was involved in this. We thank Long Creek 
Baptist Church for their continuing support each month and the love they shared 
too. We thank Lake Forest for the use of their van, building, and continuing 
support for us. We thank the Wilmington Baptist Association for all your 
support, health kits, blankets, food, money and all you do to help us. 

We had a beautiful Bible School with the youth from Riley's Creek helping 
us. It was held at Riley's Creek Baptist Church and approximately 30 children 
were involved. There was 3 saved. Thanks to all who helped. To God be the 
Glory for all He has done. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Rev. Agustine and Peggy Lara 

JAPANESE FELLOWSHIP 

Winter Park Baptist Church and the N.C. Baptist State Convention are now 
reaching out to 9 Japanese families, seven Japanese wives who are married to 
Americans and two Japanese UNCW students in the Wilmington area. 

Two church-wide fellowship programs were held. Refreshments were prepared 
and served 

by the Winter Park BaptiBt Women. On March 27th, Mr. Takeharu Yoga, Senior Trade 
Advisor, Japan External Trade Organization spoke. Invitations to this event were 
extended to the whole Wilmington community. On June 10th, Japanese Evangelist, 
Rev. Kaku Kohki from Japan brought a strong evangelistic message through 
preaching and playing the saxophone. 

The Japanese families, dressed in their traditional kimonos, added much to 
the festivities of our Tenth Annual International Night as they presented a 
Japanese folk dance and Miss Virginia Highfill introduced the Japanese and 
brought the closing message for the evening. 

Enrolled in the weekly Wednesday morning English classes and Bible Studies 
at Winter Park are five Japanese wives. Eleven Home Bible Studies were held for 
Japanese wives in the homes of Baptist Women of Winter Park Baptist Church with 
an average attendance of six Japanese. 

Baptist woman, Mary Ellen Benton, continues weekly Bible Study for her 
Japanese student in her home. The monthly cooking class, led by Sally MacCallum, 
continues to be a highlight for the Japanese wives. 



Rev. and Mrs. Yasushi Tomono, Japanese pastor for N.C. now attending 
Southeastern Seminary, was with us five times during the year. Miss Virginia 
Highfill, retired missionary from Japan was with us four times. 

We praise the Lord for what He is doing among our Japanese friends and 
thank all of those who participate in making this ministry possible. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Sally Lennon 



KOREAN MISSION 

The Korean Mission has a full time Korean pastor, Rev. Tae Kae Lee, who is 
in his second year at the Ogden Korean Mission. The Korean Mission is looking 
forward to the possibility of a church building of their own. The Koreans have 
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at Ogden Baptist Church. They also have a Bible Study on Saturday afternoon at 
one of the Korean's homes. 

The Korean Mission has been a blessing to Ogden Baptist Church in many ways 
in the years it has been at the church, with singing, preaching, fellowship, and 
sharing their customs and different kinds of foods. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Craig Register 



CHRISTIAN SOCIAL MINISTRIES COUNCIL 

Last year Dr. Ralph Holt, Jr., resigned as Director of this committee after 
nine years of faithful service and innovative leadership. Dr. and Mrs. Holt were 
presented with a plaque recognizing his excellent leadership during these years. 
This was given to him at the General Board Meeting in January. Although Dr. Holt 
is no longer Director of this committee, the love and care he directed toward 
those in need will long be remembered and appreciated. 

Dr. Joey Faucette served as Director of thiB committee for several months 
until he accepted a church in another association. Although Joey served in this 
capacity for only a few months, we shall always be grateful for his leadership. 

During these days of adjustment, our committee members have remained 
faithful to their tasks and very much involved in ministry to others. We 
continue to serve others through literacy, family crisis assistance, children's 
clothes closet, senior adult ministry, inner city work, ministry to the 
physically handicapped, concern for homeless, interest in after school and day 
care. We have cooperated with all other local agencies in trying to minister to 
needs . 

We ask for your prayers as we serve the Lord in this challenging ministry. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Mary Margaret Brooks 

INNER CITY MINISTRY 

Except the Lord keep the city, the watchman waketh in vain. (Ps. 127:1) 
This verse and around 118 others in the Bible challenge us to become involved in 
inner city ministry. The Wilmington Baptist Association has accepted this 
challenge and is actively engaged in sharing the love of God with people in the 
inner city. 

Jeff Brooks labored with a great love and skill in this ministry from 
November 1991 until March 1992. He became known throughout the community as a 
pastor who ministered to spiritual and physical needs. He was funded by 
Greenfield Baptist Church, First Baptist Church of Wilmington, Providence Baptist 
Church of Charlotte and the Baptist State Convention. Rev. Stacy Wells gave 
guidance and supervision to this ministry. 

Rev. Jeff Brooks was called as pastor of Samaria Baptist Church in 
Middlesex, N.C. He left this area after having made a great impact on the inner 
city. Many people expressed regret about his leaving and we were grateful for 
his many ministries. 

Our new Inner City Pastor is Rev. David Brisson. With boundless enthusiasm 
and innovative ideas he is reaching out to the inner city. His report can be 
found below. We are grateful to God for providing the personnel, funding and 
volunteers that make this ministry possible. 

Respectful submitted, 
Mary Margaret Brooks 



The Inner City Ministry is a Biblically based ministry administered in 
Jesus' Name, directed at meeting needs and leading others to a saving 
relationship with our Lord. In our second year, we are dependent upon generous 
support from the First Baptist Church of Wilmington, Providence Baptist Church 
of Charlotte, Baptist State Convention and the Wilmington Baptist Association. 



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Under the supervision of Mrs. Mary Margaret Brooks, our Church and 
Community Ministries Director, this exciting ministry has yielded abundant 
results. Our ministries include: 



....Weekly worship services at Hope Baptist Mission 
....Pi tent crusade with 22 professions of faith 
....Back to school party serving 150 inner city children 

equipping them with basic school supplies 
....Food ministry for the needy 
....Clothing ministry for the needy 

....Site for job interviews/training through Social Services Department 
....Plans for after school tutoring 
....Plans for an RA Program 
....Plans for playground facilities 

....Ministry visit and orientation at Sunshine Club, FBC, Wilmington 

The Inner City Ministry offers an open door for every church in Wilmington 
seeking a New Testament witness to our world. Without your prayers, 
participating and support, we would not have this wonderful opportunity to 
minister in Jesus' Name. Thank you. 

Respectfully submitted, 

David Brisson, Inner City Minister 



SENIOR ADULT MINISTRY 

We would like to express appreciation to the churches that sponsored a 
Senior Adult Rally this year. Rallies were held at Calvary, Pine Valley, Sunset 
Park, and Winter Park. Each church had a wonderful program and delicious food. 
The May Rally was a combined Senior Adult Choir Festival and Rally with Joe Parks 
directing "Psalm Songs for Senior Adults." The music committee planned this 
event. The August rally was a watermelon cutting. It was to be held at Hugh 
McRae Park but because of rain was moved to Winter Park Baptist Church. We need 
churches to host these rallies. You will find this to be a wonderful group to 
have in your church. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Paul Bunn 

Mary Margaret Brooks 



CHILDREN'S CLOTHING CLOSET 

The Children's Clothing Closet is open the first and third Thursday of each 
month from 9:30-11:30 am. It contains beautiful clothes for infants through 
grade six. Last year, hundreds of outfits were furnished to the needy. We are 
so grateful to Lake Forest Baptist Church for the wonderful space provided for 
this ministry. We are also grateful to the volunteers that enable us to offer 
this service twice a month. None of this would be possible without the generous 
donations of beautiful, clean clothes given by those who love the Lord and wish 
to see little children adequately clothed. 

Respectfully submitted, 
June Tregembo 



BLOOD DRIVE 

The WBA Bloodmobile was held at Pine Valley Baptist Church on January 20, 
1992. Sponsoring the American Red Cross in this effort is a vital ministry to 
our community. 

Our council received a letter of appreciated from the American Red Cross. 
They were pleased that our people gave 77 units of blood and assure us how 
important each unit is. 

Our council wishes to thank every person who gave blood, worked on the day 
of the drive, or furnished refreshments. We look forward to working with you in 
January 1993. 



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The Surf City January Blood Drive reported 34 unita of blood and 38 people 
who offered to give. Shirley Horn was extremely pleased with the participation 
by donore and volunteers. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Laura Spivey, Directed 

PHYSICALLY HANDICAPPED COUNCIL 

What a joy to report for the Handicap. We have been doing a lot, not only 
did our church help Sandra Collls in her fund drive for a pancreas and kidney, 
but the Handicap Council helped her in yard sales so she could get her money. 
The Handicap has been working on getting more curb cuts in our town, plus we are 
working on getting a Handicapped ramp at the main Poet Office downtown. We also 
went around asking people for children's clothes for our Children's Clothes 
Closet, which we got I 

We are going to have a Halloween party at Town Creek for our Handicapped 
on October 24 at 6:00-10:00 pm. We had 30 people to come last year, what a great 
bunch of people I 

Always be proud to help a handicapped person, because they are just like 
you and I. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Dixie Riley, Director 

CHURCH EXTENSION COUNCIL 

This past year has been a busy time for the Church Extension Council. We 
have continued to search and earnestly seek for new church beginnings. All facts 
and figures indicate that the area in need of ten to twelve new Southern Baptist 
Churches . 

During this year we have concentrated on Language Missions Churches. We 
continue to seek the best location for a Korean Church and a Hispanic Church. 
The Hispanic growth suggest a possible need for at least a mission point in 
Pender County as well as New Hanover. We have also worked with assisting some 
mergers such as the one between Immanuel and Charity. We join the entire 
association in anticipation for the new church and missions ministry which we are 
calling Hope. 

Pray for us as we pull funds for purchasing new church sites. We have 
sites located and sense a need for new starts in 1993. We are convinced that 
more churches will reach more people for the Lord. 

Respectfully submitted. 
Bill Oaks, Chairperson 

PRISON MINISTRY 

Recently the Ecumenical Council had to make a very hard decision as it 
relates to the efforts of maintaining the pay of our chaplain. The result was 
that the Council felt it prudent to terminate the relationship as a paid Chaplain 
at New Hanover Correctional Center. The problem was that cooperative support 
funds were simply not sufficient. The Chaplain has agreed to volunteer his 
services and assist the unit coordinator with on going activities. 

I also encourage you to contact Mr. L. J. Shepard if you desire to offer 
your time and services as an individual volunteer. Although the Ecumenical 
Council is no longer needed, we will continue to encourage our churches to do 
volunteer at the New Hanover Prison Unit. 

The WBA participated again this year providing care packages for the 
Women's Prison Unit. They also funded a retreat for the inmates which Mrs. Laura 
Overstreet says "The Retreat always makes a good impression on the lives of the 
women. " 

The WBA also continues to fund Families In Crisis which is a ministry for 
the families of inmates. This group led by Debbie Edge is doing a very good 
work. 



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Plana are underway to offer Seminary Extension classes at the expanded 
Pender County Unit. There will be an excelling need for volunteers, teachers, 
church groups, etc. at that unit. 

Respectfully submitted. 
Bill Oaks, Director 



BLACK CHURCH RELATIONS 

1991-92 has been a good church year in our particular category of church 
growth. The anticipation of the St. Paul Baptist Church moving from watchcare 
to full membership is our Association is truly exciting. The WBA has good 
history of working together with St. Paul. The church has truly become one of 
us. During this year, Pastor Malcolm Lewis has led his congregation to share in 
fellowship meetings and to conduct cooperative revivals with several of our WBA 
churches. Pastor Lewis has also been an active participant in almost all of the 
WBA activities. The July WBA Pastor's Conference was hosted by St. Paul. Our 
Council met with the St. Paul leadership in a September meeting and encouraged 
the church to request full membership in the association. 

Our observation is that St. Paul Baptist Church is located at a strategic 
site in our city. They need more educational and fellowship space. Our council 
is hopeful that we can once again help St. Paul to build and develop programs for 
church growth. 

Our Council is also pleased about the development of Hope Baptist Mission. 
Hope is also at a strategic part of the Inner City and hopefully this effort 
represents the making of a new church as well as dynamic mission outreach. Our 
Council will work with Rev. David Brisson and other mission leaders in assisting 
with this new missions challenge. 

Respectfully submitted, 
A. H. Harrell, Director 



HUSIC COUNCIL 

The Music Council of the Wilmington Baptist Association sponsored two very 
special events during 1991-92. On February 21, 1992, we honored our accompanists 
with the 2nd Accompanist Appreciation Banquet. This special evening was hosted 
by the Wrightsville Beach Baptist Church whose Pastor, Danny Hawkins, Minister 
of Music, Phil Rivenbark and hostess, Janet Hawkins, made the event a great 
success with heir hospitality and delicious meal. About 65 accompanists. Pastors 
and Music Ministers were privileged to hear a challenge from Larry Kesler, First 
Baptist Church, Mt . Airy. These were joined by approximately 20 others after the 
meal for a concert by Larry in the sanctuary. 

On May 12, 1992, 116 Senior Adults joined together to present the musical 
"Psalm Songs for Senior Saints." This event was hosted by the wonderful Kyzers 
at Sunset Park Baptist Church along with their Pastor, Rev. Oscar Holland and 
Minister of Music, Ed Hollis. Composer /Arranger , Joe E. Parks of Chattanooga, 
Tennessee, directed the Senior Adult Choir who were joined by about 85 others in 
the congregation to hear the program. 

In 1992-93, the Music Council is looking forward to sponsoring a music 
reading session for Ministers of Music from every size church. We are also 
planning an Associational Youth Choir Musical and an Associational Adult 
Choir/Orchestra Festival. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Peggy Croom, Chairperson 



55 



PASTORAL MINISTRIES 



In November of 1991, Pastoral Ministries and Discipleship Training 
sponsored an excellent Deacon's Retreat at Scotts Hill Baptist Church. This has 
become an annual event and we believe it will continue to meet a special need for 
church growth and development. 

A major victory has been accomplished through Pastoral Ministries during 
this past year as we have begun to realize our dreams through the Counseling 
Center. The Counseling Center is meeting needs for our churcheB and our people 
and there has been miraculous growth and acceptance. This is a gigantic step 
forward for WBA Pastoral Ministries. 

We have continued to encourage pastoral visitation and chaplaincy 
assistance at our hospitals. At various times, I have responded by making 
pastoral visits for individuals who did not have a local church affiliation. Our 
WBA pastors are to be commended for the good work that they do in the hospitals 
and with special family needs. 

Some of our churches have continued to deal with inner church conflicts. 
It has been my privilege to continue to work with Brother Bullock as a friend to 
the churches and pastors during those times. Pray for us who work in this field 
as we continue to represent our Lord in the ministry that says "we care." 

Respectfully submitted, 
David Stewart, Director 



DIRECTOR OF MISSIONS 

1991-92 has been a very exciting associational missions year for the 
Wilmington Baptist Association. During this year we have completed our 
commitment to the Brazil Project and in so doing we have abundantly accomplished 
our original goals for that project. The WBA has led the state in sending 
volunteers and the figures indicate that two hundred have gone. We have built 
churches, played basketball, conducted medical clinics, bought motor vehicles, 
taught church program principals and best of all used evangelistic outreach to 
win more than a thousand people to the Lord. At the same time, our people have 
gone to Poland, Guatemala, Mexico, The Ukraine, West Virginia, Florida, South 
Carolina, and New York. In fact, 1991-92 could be called the year of volunteers 
in that hundreds of our volunteers have worked faithfully for the Lord both here 
in our associational area and around the world. A major point of pride was in 
the appointment of the Buddy and Sarah Taylor as Mission Service Missionaries to 
Arizona and Hal and Karen Bilbo to career mission service in Brazil. 

During 1991-92 we saw a new Inner City Missions Program take shape under 
the direction of Jeff Brooks. Greenfield Baptist Church, Wilmington First and 
a number of other churches joined the Baptist State Convention Church Extension 
Department in helping that ministry come to fruition. When Jeff was called to 
pastor a church in another part of the state, a number of churches challenged the 
association to keep the Inner City Missions Program going. A complimentary 
program was presented in the Inner City when Immanuel Baptist merged with Charity 
and left the Immanuel property for the purpose of developing a new church with 
Inner City Missions Programs and activities. Rev. Mike Darby was enlisted for 
the purpose of pastoring the developing church. Rev. David Brisson was enlisted 

as the new Inner City Missionary and that whole idea has begun to develop 
progressively during the more recent months. 

A miracle of miracles in 1991-92 was the beginning of the North Carolina 
Baptist Hospital Counseling Center at Wilmington. Dr. Mac Wallace is a God sent 
director. Mac, Sophia Phelps and the entire operation has experienced five years 
of success in this first year. The fruits have been a blessing. The Center 
still needs our prayers and financial support. 

The WBA has pin pointed certain missions challenges in 1991-92. The 
targeted ones in addition to Brazil and Inner City have been Student Missions, 
Resort Missions, and Language Missions. These groups tend to reflect our largest 
growth. This trend will likely continue. Student Ministries have more than 
doubled and it is important that we build, increase leadership and do the things 
necessary for future growth. 



56 



Our area continues to experience rapid growth. There is a tremendous need 
for new church starts and additional mission points. In spite of rapid growth, 
another major challenge is strengthening our existing churches. Although several 
of our churches are experiencing miraculous growth, several others are struggling 
for life. A major step forward in 1991-92 was the securing of Mr. John Truitt 
as Church Renewal/Development Director. John is already leading staff and teams 
of volunteers to help with inner church needs. 

There has been a sense of fellowship in the WBA during 1991-92. Pastor's 
Conferences have been very good. Church Program Teams have worked at helping the 
churches. Our WBA people seem to have an increasing care for one another. There 
was an excellent Associational Missions Prayer Breakfast in August and many 
churches have pledged increased financial support in 1992-93. Our potentials are 
outstanding and God will enable us to help each other and in so doing to do 
missions. That's what the WBA is all about. 

Respectfully submitted, 

J. Edwin Bullock, Director of Missions 



57 



WILMINGTON BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 
PROPOSED BUDGET 1992-1993 



100 MISSION DEVELOPMENT MINISTRIES 



1 


Mission Development Council 




S 


200.00 


S 


200.00 


2 


Lanquaqe Missions 

A Hispanic Missions - Lonq Creek and Lake 


Forest 


s 


8 ,800 . 00 








B Korean Mission - uqaen 






13,308.00 








C Chinese Mission - Calvary 






500 . 00 








0 Asian Indian Mission 






100.00 








E Interna nona l Banquet 






400.00 








F International Seamen's Service, Inc. 






2,700 00 








G ESL (Enqlish as a Second Lanquaqe) 






625 00 








H Japanese 






500.00 








I Summer Missionary 






300.00 


s 


27,233.00 


3 


Christian Social Ministries 














A Family Assistance 




s 


2,500.00 








B Summer Missions 






2,500.00 








C Literacy Worker 






1.200.00 








D Proqrams/Conferences for Social Ministries 




1,000.00 








E Rescue Mission of Cape Fear 






2,900.00 








F Domestic Violence Shelter and Services, 


Inc . 




400.00 








G Day Shelter for Homeless - Good Shepherd House 




400.00 








H Ministry to Persons with Handicaps 






200.00 








I Inner City Ministries 






500.00 














500.00 








k Blood Drive 






100.00 








L Med 1 ca 1 -Den ta 1 Missions 






500.00 


J 


12,700.00 


4 


Christian Life and Public Affairs 




s 


1,000.00 


J 


1.000.00 


5 


Mul tlple Hous1ng_ 




t 


500.00 


I 


500.00 


6 


Resort/Leisure 
A Summer Workers 




s 


7,000.00 








B Ministry Programs 






1,500.00 








C Administrative Expenses & Conferences 






300.00 


$ 


8.800.00 


7 


Church Expansion Ministries 














A Church Assistance 




s 


400.00 








B New Work Conferences 






1,000.00 








C Expanded Ministries 






500 00 


J 


1 900 00 


8 


Chaplaincy Ministries 
A Prison Ministries 






1 , 000 . uu 








B Families in Crisis 






500 00 








C Wllmlnqton Resident Facility 






250.00 


s 


1,750.00 


>00 


ASSOCIATIONS MISSIONS PROJECTS 












.1 


Metro Thrust 




J 


500.00 






2 


Brazil Project 






500.00 






3 


Bible Teachinq in Public Schools 






500.00 






4 


Baptist Student Union 
A Proqram 






6,000.00 








B Associate Director 






6 000.00 








Missionary Furlough House 






1 000 .00 






— 


Counseling Center 






B 920.00 






— 

7 


Inner City Missions 






23 240 00 


S 46.660.00 


300 
1 


ORGANIZATIONAL MINISTRIES 
Sunday School 




s 


1,400.00 






2 


Discipleship Training 






1,000.00 






3 


Brotherhood 






1,000.00 






1 


WMU 






2,200.00 






5 


Music 






1,250.00 






6 


Evanqel ism 






2,000.00 






7 


routh 






1,500.00 






8 


Seminary Extension 






800.00 






9 


Media (Library) 






500.00 






10 


Church Administration 






1.000.00 







11 Stewardship 300 . 00 

12 Outside Speakers 200.00 t 13.150.00 

58 



400 SALARIES AND BENEFITS - MISSIONARY STAFF 
1 Director of Missions 





A.l. 


Sal ary 


$ 


16.300. 


00 










2. 


Housi ng 




15,310.00 










B. 


Benef i ts 
















1. 


Reti rement 




3,000 


00 










2. 


Hospital ization 




5,487 


.00 










3. 


L ife S Disabil i ty 




800 


.00 










4. 


Social Security (Offset) 




3,988 


00 


s 


44,885 


00 


2 


Associate Director for Church and Community Missions 
















A.l. 


Salary 


S 


17.230 


00 










2. 


Housing 




6,000 


00 










B. 


Benefits 
















1. 


Retirement 




2,200 


00 










2. 


Hospital ization 




HMB 












3. 


Life t Disability HMB 


t 


1,000. 


00 










4. 


Social Security 




1,743 


00 


$ 


28,173. 


00 


3 


Associate Director for Resort/Leisure/BSU 
















A.l. 


Salary 


$ 


17,790 


00 










2. 


Housinq 




6,500 


00 










6. 


Benef l ts 
















1. 


Retirement 




2,200 


00 










2. 


Hospital ization 




1,500 


00 










3. 


Life & Disability 




550 


.00 










4. 


Social Security 




1,782 


.00 


s 


30.322. 


00 


4 


Secretary/Bookkeeper 
















A.l. 


Salary 


I 


16,605 


00 










B. 


Benef i ts 
















1. 


Retirement 




1,318 


00 










2. 


Hospital ization 




1,972 


.00 










3. 


Social Security 




1,216.00 


s 


21,111 


00 


5 


Secretary/Receptionist 
















A.l. 


Salary 


$ 


15,384 


.00 










B. 


Benefits 
















1. 


Retirement 




1,300 


.00 










2. 


Hospital ization 




781 


.00 










3. 


Social Security 




1,109 


.00 


$ 


18,574 


.00 


6 


Custodian 
















A. 


Salary 


J 


3,350 


.00 










B. 


Social Security 




260 


.00 


$ 


3.610 


.00 


7 


Extra 


Secretarial Help 


$ 


300.00 


s 


300 


.00 



500 STAFF MINISTRY EXPENSES 
1 Director of Missions Travel 



3 Associate Director for Resort/Leisure/BSU Travel 

4 Director of Missions Conventions and Conferences 



$ 3.600.00 



2 Associate Director for Church & Community Mis. Travel 



2,300.00 
1.200.00 



5 Associate Director for CCM Conventions and Conferences 

6 Associate Director for Resort/Leisure/BSU Conv. and Conf . 



7 Secretary/Bookkeeper's Travel 



$ 11.780.00 



600 OPERATING EXPENSES 
1 Office Suppl ies 



$ 14,000.00 



2 Utilities 



10.000.00 



3 Insurance 



1.361.00 



4 Miscellaneous 



2.000.00 



5 Office Equipment Maintenance 



3,000.00 



6 Clerk's Honorarium 



600.00 



7 Workman's Compensation 



Expenses for Director of Missions 



59 



700 CAPITAL ITEMS 



1 Office Equipment I 3,000.00 $ 7,250.00 

Z Improvements & Maintenance 4 , OOP . 00 

3 Educational Supplies 250.00 

800 STATISTICAL SUPPLIES t PROGRAMS 

1 Annual Meeting and Clerk's Supplies $ 150.00 

2 Printing and Advertising 1,000.00 

3 Annual Associational Minutes 1,500.00 $ 2,650.00 

$314,409.00 
* - 74,396.00 
J239.013.00 



SOURCE Of $74,396.00 * 



Language Missions 


$ 7,896 


00 


BSC 




BSU Salary and Program 


17,200 


00 


BSC 




Resort/Leisure Salary 


3,000 


00 


BSC 


and HMB 


Church/Community Salary 


8,000 


00 


BSC 


and HMB 


New Work (Probe) 


1,000 


00 


BSC 




Black Church Relations - New Work 


4.800 


00 


BSC 




Black Church Summer Worker 


1.000 


00 


BSC 





Social Ministries Sumner Workers 


1,000 


00 


BSC 


Prison Ministry 


1.000 


00 


BSC 


Evangelistic Crusade Preparation 


1,000 


00 


BSC 



Inner City Missions 21.000.00 BSC. Churches, Individuals 

Counsel ing Center 5,000.00 Churches, Individuals 



60 



100 


MISSION DEVEl OPMENT MINISTRIES 




Budget 




Expended 


Balance 


1 


Mission Development Council 


S 


200.00 


s 






200 00 


2 


Lanouaqe Missions 
















A Hispanic Missions - lonq Creek and Lake forest 


S 


7,900.00 


I 


8,527.85 


- S 


627.85 




B Korean Mission - Oqden 




13,308.00 




13.308 00 




0.00 




C Chinese Mission - Calvary 




500.00 








500.00 




0 Asian Indian Mission 




100.00 








100.00 




E International Banquet 




300.00 




310.61 




10. 61 




F International Seamen's Service r Inc. 




4,700.00 




3.633. 2(1 




1,066.72 




G ESL 




625.00 




668.41 




43.41 




H Japanese 




500.00 




156.37 




343.63 




1 Suirmer Missionary 




1,500.00 




26.96 




1,473.04 


3 


Christian Social Ministries 
















A Family Assistance 


$ 


2,500.00 


1 


1,864.67 


S 


635.33 




B Summer Missions 




3.500.00 




2,890.04 




609.96 




C Literacy Worker 




1,200.00 




1,000.00 




200.00 




D Proqrams/Conferences for Social Ministries 




1,000.00 




24.00 




976.00 




E Rescue Mission of Cape Fear 




2,900.00 




1,949.96 




950.04 




F Domestic Violence Shelter and Services, Inc. 




400.00 




266.65 




133.35 




G Day Shelter for Homeless - Good Shepherd House 




400.00 




- 




400.00 




H Ministry to Persons with Handicaps 




200.00 








200.00 




I Inner City Ministries 




300.00 




143.11 




156.89 




J Senior Adults 




500.00 




185.90 




314.10 




K Blood Drive 




100.00 




134 40 




34.40 


4 


Christian Life and Public Affairs 


$ 


500.00 


s 




J 


500. 00 


5 


Multiple Koustnq 


J 


500.00 


t 


200.00 


i 


300.00 


6 


Resort/Leisure 
A Summer Workers 


$ 


7,000.00 


$ 


7,145.10 


- % 


145. 10 




6 Ministry Programs 




1,500.00 




1,643.88 




143.86 




C Administrative Expenses & Conferences 




500.00 




226.50 




273.50 


7 


Church Expansion Ministries 
A Church Assistance 


s 


400.00 


s 


- 


i 


400.00 




B New Work Conferences 




1.500.00 








1,500.00 




C Expanded Ministries 




500.00 




- 




500.00 


8 


Chaplaincy Ministries 
















A Prison Ministries 




2 000 00 


J 


500 00 


s 


1,500.00 




B Families in Crisis 








300 00 




0.00 




C Wilminoton Resident Facility 








250 00 




0.00 


200 


ASSOCIATION MISSIONS PROJECTS 














1 


Metro Thrust 


$ 


1,000.00 


$ 


- 


s 


1,000.00 


2 


Brazil Project 




1,500.00 




789.66 




710.34 


3 


Bible Teachinq in Public Schools 




500.00 




500.00 




0.00 


4 


Baptist Student Union 
A Program 




4,500.00 




4,158.58 




341.42 




B Associate Director 




a nnn nn 

4 |UUU . UU 




4 394 92 




394.92 




Missionary Furl ou oh Hou se 




i firm nn 
1 , uuu . uu 




660 04 




339.96 




Counsel inq Center 




9 rYin nn 
l , uuu . uu 




1 209 55 




790.45 


300 


ORGANIZATIONAL MINISTRIES 














1 


Sunday School 


S 


1,400.00 


s 


1,283.64 


s 


116.36 


2 


Discipleship Training 




1,000.00 




60.00 




940.00 


3 


Brotherhood 




1,000.00 




1,200.92 




200.92 


4 


WKJ 




3,200.00 




497.91 




2,702.09 


5 


Music 




1,250.00 




1,086.03 




163.97 


6 


Evanoel i sm 




2,000.00 




171.47 




1,828.53 


7 


Youth 




1,500.00 




007.33 




692.67 


8 


Seminary Extension 




800.00 




278.27 




521.73 


9 


Media (Library) 




500.00 








500.00 


10 


Church Administration 




1,000.00 




1.025.95 




25.95 


11 


Stewardship 




300 . 00 








300.00 


12 


Outside Speakers 




200.00 




375.78 




175.78 



61 



400 SALARIES AND BENEFITS • MISSIONARY STAFF 
1 Director of Missions 

A.l. Salary 



Budget 





B . Benefits 
1. Retirement 


3,000.00 




2,750.00 




250.00 




2. Hospitalization 


4,800.00 




5,266.00 




466.00 




3. Life S Disabil ity 


800.00 




26.00 




774.00 




4. Social Security (Offset) 


3,988.00 




3.987.94 




.06 


2 


Associate Director for Church and Community Missions 














A.l. Salary 


$ 16,790.00 


s 


15,980.45 


s 


809. 55 




2. Housinn 


6,000.00 




6,000.00 




0.00 




B. Benefits 
1. Retirement 


2,200.00 




2,016.63 




183.37 




2. Hospitalization 


HMB 








HMB 




3. Life S Disability 


HMB 








HMB 




4. Social Security 


1,743.00 




1.687. 14 




55.86 


3 


Associate Director for Resort/Leisure/BSU 














A.l. Salary 


$ 16.790.00 


$ 


16,790.00 


s 


0.00 




2. Housinq 


6,500.00 




6,500.00 




0.00 




B . Benefits 
1. Retirement 


2,200.00 




2,016 .63 




183. 37 




2- Hospitalization 


1,059.00 




1,175.92 




116.92 




3. Life S Disability 


550.00 




182.84 




367.36 




4. Social Securitv 


1,782.00 




1,773.52 




8.48 


4 


Secretary/ Bookkeeper 
A.l. Salary 


t 15,900.00 


$ 


15.900.00 


s 


0.00 




B. Benefits 
1. Retirement 


1,318.00 




1,208.02 




109.98 




2. Hospitalization 


1,665.00 




1,739.85 


- 


74.85 




3. Social Security 


1,216.00 




1,210.58 




5.42 


5 


Sec retary/Recept ioni s t 
A.l. Salary 


S 14,500.00 


s 


14 ,500.00 


s 


0. 00 




B . Benefits 














1. Retirement 


1,300.00 




1,191.63 




108. 37 




2. Hospitalization 


781 .00 




781.00 




0. 00 




3. Social Security 


1,109.00 




1 ,099. 72 




9 . 28 


6 


:. u'. todian 
A. Salary 


S 3,350.00 


s 


2, 753 . 82 


s 






B. Social Security 


260.00 




197.20 




62.80 


7 


Extra Secretarial Help 


S 300.00 


! 


82.50 


s 


217.50 


' [ 0 


STAFF MINISTRY EXPENSES 












1 


Director of Missions Travel 


S 3,600.00 


s 


*j con no 
J , OUU . UU 


— 


0 00 


2 


Associate Director for Church S Community Missions Travel 


2 , 500 . 00 




7 enn fin 
t , jUU . uu 




0. 00 


3 


Associate Director for Resort/Leisure/BSU Travel 


2 , 300 . 00 




9 inn fio 

c , jUU . UU 




0. 00 


4 


Director of Missions Conventions and Conferences 


1,200.00 




i ?nn nn 
1 , dUU . uu 




0 00 


5 


Associate Director for CCM Conventions and Conferences 


700 . 00 








293. 05 




Associate Director for Resort/Leisure/BSU Conv. and Conf . 


600 00 




126. 22 




473. 78 


7 


Secretary/Bookkeeper's Travel 


7B0.OO 




780.00 




0.00 


600 


OPERATING EXPENSES 












1 


Off ice Suppl ies 


S 14,000.00 


s 


14,675.75 


-s 


675.75 


2 


Utilities 


9,000.00 




11.127 75 




2.127, 75 


3 


1 nsurance 


1,161.00 




1 .686. 50 




525.50 


4_ 


Mi seel 1 aneous 


2,000.00 




2.993.82 




993.82 


5 


Office Equipment Maintenance 


3,400.00 




2.221.72 




1,178.28 


6 


Clerk ' s Honorari urn 


600 . 00 




600 . 00 




0.00 


7 


Workman"s Compensation 


400.00 




451 50 




51.50 


S 


Expenses for Director of Missions 


500.00 




556.35 




56.35 



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Budget Expended balance 

700 CAPITAL ITEMS 

1 Office Equipment S 3,500.00 S 1,230.73 j 2,269.2? 

2 Improvements i Maintenance 4,500.00 3,856.89 1, 643. 11 

3 Educational Supplies 750.00 107. 98 642.03 

BOO STATISTICAL SUPPLIES S PROGRAMS 

1 Annual Meeting and Clerk's Supplies $ 150.00 $ - S 150.00 

2 Printing and Advertising 1 , OOP . 00 854. 36 145 64 

3 Annual Associational Minutes 1,800.00 2,737.77 - 937.77 

$280,785.00 $253,897.22 $ 26,887.78 
* - 40,896.00 
$239,889.00 



SOURCE OF $40,896.00 * 



Language Missions 


$ 7,896.00 


BSC 


Language Missions Sumner Worker 


1,000.00 


BSC 


BSU Salary and Program 


9,200.00 


BSC 


Resort/Leisure Salary 


3.000.00 


BSC and HMB 


Church/Community Salary 


8,000.00 


BSC and HMB 


New Work (Probe) 


1,500.00 


BSC 


Black Church Relations - New Work 


2,000.00 


BSC 


International Seamen's Service, Inc. 


1,000.00 


BSC 


State Missions Share 


2,500.00 


BSC 


Social Ministries Summer Workers 


1,800.00 


BSC 


Mul tihouslng 


1,000.00 


BSC 


Communications 


1.000.00 


BSC 


Prison Ministry 


1.000.00 


BSC 


Evangelistic Crusade Preparation 


1,000.00 


BSC 



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WILMINGTON BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 
FINANCIAL REPORT FOR 1991-1992 



R ECEIPTS 

Balance October 31, 1991 $ 313.04 

Budqet Receipts from Churches and Individuals +235,247.27 

Desinnated Receipts + 65,421.77 

Savinqs Transfers 4 33,488.70 

Total Receipts 334 ,157.74 



Total Funds Available $334,470.78 
DISBURSEMENTS 

November 1991-October 1992 Budqet $277,360.36 

November 1991-October 1992 Designated 56,489.45 



Total 1991-1992 Disbursements $333,857.81 

Total Funds Available $334,470.78 

Total Disbursements -333,857.81 

BALANCE OCTOBER 31, 1992 $ 612.97 



MONEY MARKET INVESTMENT ACCOUNT - DESIGNATED FUNDS 



1. 


New Work 


$ 3,029.83 


2. 


Resort Ministry 


1,803.97 


3. 


Interes t 


543.85 


4. 


Mission Expansion 


1,124.94 


5. 


ESL (Enqlish as a Second Lanquaqe) 


80.00 


6. 


Marina Ministry, BSC 


400.00 


7. 


State Missions Offerinq 


134.39 


8. 


New Work Probe 


1,361.96 


9. 


BSC-HMO : Hunner Fund 


1,138.67 


10. 


Brazil Trip 


16.00 


11. 


Baptist Student Union 


167.00 


12. 


BSC: BSU - Rocky Myrick 


3,000.00 


13. 


Inner Citv Ministry - David Brlsson 


1,138.58 


14. 


Hope Baptist Mission - Offerlnqs 


496. 70 


15. 


Public Relations 


370.08 


16. 


Media Center 


150.00 


17. 


BSC: Program Assistance Black Church 


300.00 



$ 15,255.97 



N ATIONSBANK MONEY MARKET INVESTMENT ACCOUNT - COUNSELING CENTER 

Counsel inn Center $ 11 , 313. 99 

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REGULAR GIVING OF WBA CHURCHES IN 1991-1992 



CHURCHES 


TOTAL 

HUV . I - UL 1 . J 1 


TOTAL 
DES IGNATED 


Atkinson 


> J,UUU.UU 




Barlow Vista 




232 25 


Bear Branch 


Z ' ? 73 26 




Beth 1 ehetn 


200 00 




Burqaw 


4 , iUU . <J > 1 


432 10 


Calvary 


18 490 13 


293 50 



Cane tuck 






Carolina Beach, First 


6 066 14 


532~15 


Castle Hayne 




19T50 


Centervl ) 1e 


3 , tUU . UU 




Charity 


668. 58 




Col leqe Acres 


6 , 750 . 00 


182. 75 


£ vanqe 1 1 s tl c 






rOres i hi I is 


4 467 91 


65 00 


f reed on 


19 337 96 


538. 42 


Gibson Avenue 


1 485 00 


16. 80 


breenTl e I a 


20 00 


7 50 


Hamp stead 


4,821.15 


46 5 62 


Haw Bluff 


1,200.00 


596.00 


Hlspana. Prlmera 


150.00 




Hope 


IvMfihoe 


550.00 




Kure Beach, First 


1,429.32 




Lake Forest 


7,248 12 


72.25 


Lonq Creek 


2.232.46 




Lonn Creek Hispanic 


250.00 




Lonq Leaf 


5,884 38 


50.00 


Hasonboro 


11,155.93 


802 64 


Hoores Creek 


1,812 53 




Mount Holly 


1,902 82 


2. 00 


Murray Memorial 


8,760 no 


300 00 


Myrtle Grove 


3,000.00 


13.80 


New Hope 


714.00 




Oak Grove 


75.00 




Qgden 


5,761.29 


260.00 


Oqden Korean 


1,315.33 




Olivet 


1,450.00 




Penderlea 


754.12 




Pine Valley 


10,495.70 


440.00 


Pine View 


184.56 


300.00 


Riley's Creek 


2,130.57 


1,774.41 


Rocky Point 


240.44 


27.00 


Saint Paul 


Scotts Hill 


9.766.63 


564.86 


Sea Gate 


3,092.23 


64.30 


Shi loh 


3,915.63 




Silver Lake 


2,549.50 




Souths ide 


6,430.97 


36.00 


Sunset Park 


3,300.00 


300.00 


Surf City 


4,537.00 


375 32 


Temple 


5,398. 74 




Topsail 


420.00 




Victory 


3,055.15 


29.70 


Wallace, First 


4.295 87 


449.00 


Mat ha 


684.19 


10 00 


Whispering Pines 


3,523.82 




Millard 


1,990.20 


25.00 


Wllmlnqton, First 


7,916.66 


93.75 


Winter Park 


6,540.00 


1,908.88 


Urlqhtsboro 


6,121.88 


96.00 


Hrtnhtsvllle teach 


4.370.82 


305.64 


Church Total 
Other Gifts 


i226.99B.39 
♦ 8,248.88 


I 12.537.53 


Sub-Total 
BSC and HMS 


1235.247.27 
t 21,984.16 


S 12.537.53 


GRAND TOTAL 


S257.231.43 


S 12.537.53 



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CHURCH ORDAINED MINISTERS 



BEAR BRANCH : Oliver Woodcock, Blueberry Rd., Currie, NC 28435 
Raymond Lewis, Currie, NC 28435 

BURGAW : Clarence Dodgens, P. O. Box 546, Burgaw, NC 28425 
W. L. Blanton, P. O. Box 1063, Burgaw, NC 28425 

B. L. Davis, P. O. Box 1052, Burgaw, NC 28425 
George Hocutt, Rt . 2, Box 167, Rocky Point, NC 28457 

CALVARY i Harold Watkins, 3914 Cedar St., Wilmington, NC 28403 
Willie Shepard, 5212 Castle Hayne, NC 28429 

CAROLINA BEACH, FIRST : Gene Hatcher, P. O. Box 1656, Carolina Beach, NC 28428 
Clyde Case, 226 Brookview Rd. , Wilmington, NC 28409 

COLLEGE ACRES: C. R. Price, 1022 Daisy Lee Dr., Wilmington, NC 28405 

GIBSON AVENUE : Vernon Fash, 606 Windemere Rd., Wilmington, NC 28405 

HAMPSTEAD: Claude King, B-6 Oleander Ct . , Wilmington, NC 28403 

HASONBORO : Maurice McLain, 3922 Masonboro Loop Rd., Wilmington, NC 28409 
David Stewart, 106 Buccaneer Rd., Wilmington, NC 28409 

MOUNT HOLLY : Larry Cavenaugh, Railroad St., Burgaw, NC 28425 

MURRAY MEMORIAL : B. A. Porter, 1402 Hospital Plaza Dr. A236, Wilmington, NC 
28401 

William Shourds, 1924 Wrightsville Ave., Wilmington, NC 28403 

MYRTLE GROVE : Harold Scott, 5401 Peden Point Rd., Wilmington, NC 28409 

NEW HOPE : Jim Smith, 1620 Maco Rd . , N.E., Leland, NC 28451 
Allen Grey, 1740 Leland School Rd., Leland, NC 28451 

OGDEN : A. C. Beall, 1909 Creecy Ave., Wilmington, NC 28401 

PINE VALLEY : I. T. Blick, 4205 Red Bird Dr., Wilmington, NC 28412 
Bob Jernigan, 202 Pinecrest Parkway, Wilmington, NC 28401 

C. Herb McCarthy, 4616 Bentley Dr., Wilmington, NC 28409 
Bill Summers, 253 Dallas Dr., Wilmington, NC 28405 

RILEY'S CREEK : Charles Kane, 164 Old Bridge Rd., Rocky Point, NC 28457 

SEA GATE : Paul Nix, 104 Pecan Ave., Wilmington, NC 28403 

SOUTHSIDE : Vincent Wall, 217 Pinecliff Dr., Wilmington, NC 28412 

George Knight, 6509 Greenville Loop Rd., Wilmington, NC 28409 

SUNSET PARK : Horace L. Jackson, 320 Northern Blvd., Wilmington, NC 28401 
Thurman Allred, 1504 Village Dr., Wilmington, NC 28403 



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TEMPLE : Charles Trull, 28 Brunswick Tr., Leland, NC 28451 
Ed Bullock, 610 S. College Rd., Wilmington, NC 28403 
Ellis Lanier, 140 Kings Landing Rd., Hampstead, NC 28443 
John Scalf, 602 Windemere Rd., Wilmington, NC 28405 

TOPSAIL : James Pollard, 228 Factory Rd., Hampstead, NC 28443 

VICTORY I Rick Armstrong, 406 Millhouse Rd., Castle Hayne, NC 28429 

WALLACE. FIRST ; Morris Andrews, P. O. Box 117, Willard, NC 28478 

WILLARD : Sidney Ball, Rt. 1, Willard, NC 28478 

WILMINGTON, FIRST : Randolph Gregory, 5001 College Acres Dr., Wilmington, NC 
28403 

Clyde Smith, 37 Cardinal Lane, Wilmington, NC 28403 
Reggie Rushing, 310 Foxhall Ct . , Wilmington, NC 28412 
David Brisson, 4427 Holly Tree Ct . , Wilmington, NC 28412 
Don Ledbetter, 209 Dorchester Place, Wilmington, NC 28412 
Claude Marshall, 3539 Aster Court, Wilmington, NC 28409 
Lamar Brooks, 414 Stonewall Jackson Dr., Wilmington, NC 28412 

WINTER PARK ; Willie McGough, P. O. Box 5144, Station #1, Wilmington, NC 28403 



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PERSONS LICENSED THIS YEAR 



MURRAY MEMORIAL : Steve McLean, 3221 S. Woolwitch Ct . , Castle Hayne, NC 28429 

WHISPERING PINES : Jonny Watkins, 6415 Myrtle Grove Rd. , Lot 45, Wilmington, NC 
28409 

Bob Bowman, P. O. Box 1336, Carolina Beach, NC 28428 



MINISTERS ORDAINED THIS YEAR 
MURRAY MEMORIAL : William Shourds, 1924 Wrightsville Ave., Wilmington, NC 28403 
MYRTLE GROVE i Alton Watkins, 6100 Rock Service Station Rd., Raleigh, NC 27603 
PINE VAL LEY: Billy Hutchinson, P. O. Box 119, Davis, NC 29524 
VICTORY : Rick Armstrong, 406 Millhouse Rd. , Castle Hayne, NC 28429 



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DECEASED 

ATKINSON : Mr. Leo Anderson, Mrs. Charlotte Colvin, Mr. R. J. Corbett (Deacon), 
Mrs. Ethel K. Downing 

BARLOW VISTA : Mr. Bruce Carlton Rogers, Mr. Hill Groves, Mrs. Sally H. Durner 

BEAR BRANCH : Mr. David Lewis 

BUROAW : Mr. Sam Highsmith, Jr., Mr. Mott Dennis, Mrs. Rosa Harvell, Mrs. 

Florence Sanders, Mrs. Eleanor Sasser, Mr. Lucius R. George 

CALVARY I Mrs. Lila Head, Mrs. Linda Register, Mrs. Myrtle Surles, Mr. Richard 
Hamlin, Mr. Hilburn Boykin, Mr. Jim McKinney, Mrs. Eunice Thompson, Mrs. 
Katie MclnniB, Mrs. Ann Bradford, Mr. John Wynne (Deacon) 

CAROLINA BEACH. FIRST : Mrs. Fannie Alley, Mrs. Mary Ranney, Mr. Alton Suggs 

CASTLE HAYNE : Mr. James Kelley, Mr. Bob Piver, Mr. Herbert Branch 

CENTER V I LLE : Mr. Charlie Potter (Deacon), Mr. Eldon Smith 

CHARITY : Mr. Carl King 

COLLEGE ACRES : Ms. Lucille Fuller 

EVANGELISTIC : Mrs. Edna Haney 

FOREST HILLS : Mr. Rodney Jones, Mrs. Elizabeth Baucon 
FREEDOM : Mrs. Hallie Dalton 

GIBSON AVENUE : Mrs. Edith Baker, Mr. William H. Bradley, Sr., Mrs. Fanny Mincey, 
Mrs. Edna S. Davis, Ms. Eularine W. Register, Mrs. Ada Pierce, Mr. Elwood 
Hall 

GREENFIELD : Mr. George Holmes, Mrs. Lina Watkins, Mrs. Nellie Gurganious 

H AMP STEAD Mrs. Effie Hoover, Mrs. Myrtle Howard, Mr. Grey Justice, Mrs. Clara 
Porter, Mr. Bobby Smith, Sr. 

HAW BLUFF : Mr. Wayne Wilkins 

KURE BEACH. FIRST : Mrs. Katie Hypes 

LAKE FOREST : Mr. A. O. Huffmon (Deacon), Mrs. Delia Ellis, Mrs. Emma Parnell, 
Mr. K. D. Evans, Miss Elizabeth Potter, Miss Margaret Elizabeth Harvey 

LONG LEAF : Mrs. Nell Parket, Mr. Larry Clark, Mrs. Mary L. Hunt. Mr. C. A. 
Liles, Mrs. Alene Poulson, Mr. Leonard Johnson, Mr. Estel Fields, Mr. L. 
Mincey, Mrs. Violet Mills, Mr. Eugene Bell 



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MASONBORO : Mrs. Eugene C. Fiedler, Mr. Robert M. Miller, Mrs. Dorothy Russell, 
Mr. Harry J. Rhyne, Mr. John A. Orrell, Mrs. Elwood Kirkura, Mr. Elwood 
Kirkum, Mr. Harlee Kirkum, Mr. Wilbur Johnson, Mr. Junious 0. Baldwin, 
Mr. Gurthy L. Farrow, Mr. Wayland C. Moore, Mr. David Lumsden (Deacon), 
Mrs. Mamie E. Hewitt 

MOORE ' S CREEK I Mr. John L. Newton, Mr. P. 0. Paschal 

MOUNT HOLLY i Mr. Glenn Sellers 

MURRAY MEMOR I AL : Mrs. Alma Murray, Mr. James Bishop, Mr. William Morgan, 
Mr. Ernest Coley 

MYRTLE GROVE : Mr. James R. Griffin, Mrs. Ollie Jamieson Shiplet, Mrs. Lottie 
Player Shew, Mrs. Betha Mae Touchton, Mrs. Barbara Dunn Johnson 

OAK GROVE : Mrs. Faye Rabold 

OGDEN : Mrs. Lucille Williams, Mr. Victor Morgan, Mr. Ben Mincey, Mrs. Viola 
Lyberger, Mr. Lorin Shepard 

OLIVET : Mrs. Bertha Colvard White 

PENDERLEA : Mr. Mendall Marks (Deacon) 

PINE VALLEY : Mrs. Doris Forehand, Mrs. Reba Greene, Mr. Charles Lefler, 
Mr. J. P. Tucker 

RILEY'S CREEK : Mrs. Helen Crawford, Mrs. Effa Taylor, Mr. Woodie Gregory, 
Mr. Dewey Huggins, Mrs. Mabel West 

ROCKY POINT : Mrs. Mattie Benson 

SCOTTS HILL : Mr. Tom Miller 

SEA GATE : Mr. Lewis Bass, Mr. Tex Cheney, Mr. G. W. Hull, Mrs. Lula Miller 

SHILOH : Mr. Fred Bryan (Deacon), Mr. McKinley Childress, Mrs. Estelle Eakins, 
Mrs. Jesse Wagstaff 

SILVER LAKE : Mr. H. K. Clark, Mrs. H. K. Clark 

SUNSET PARK : Mrs. Edna G. Jarman, Mrs. M. B. Pearce, Mr. G. H. Peterson, 

Mr. John D. Champion, Mr. Jesse B. Overbee, Mrs. Irene P. Berry, Mrs. Nora 
D. Oaks, Mr. Donald L. Christian, Mrs. D. M. Coleman, Mrs. W. D. Gravitt, 
Mr. Thurston C. Davis, Sr. 

SURF CITY : Ms. Muriel Bailey 

TEMPLE ; Mrs. Ethel Page, Mr. Newman Guy, Sr., Mrs. Louise Baldwin, 

Mrs. Josephine Harrell, Mrs. Mary Lou Finch, Mrs. Alice Roach, Mrs. Nettie 
Ellis, Mr. James Kelly, Mr. Williams Boone, Mr. Dan Heffner, Mrs. Ann 
Edens, Mrs. Thomas Middleton, Mrs. Blanche Roper 



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WALLACE, FIRST : Mr. William Batts, Mr. David Blake, Sr., Mr. T. G. Brooks, 

Mrs. Alma Bullard, Mr. Andrew Best, Mrs. Ann Creech, Mrs. Marion Ennis, 
Mr. George Shelton, Jr., Mrss. Annie M. Teachey, Mrs. Emily Wells 

HATHA : Ms. Erma Brinkley 

WHISPERING PINES : Mrs. Blanche Bayne, Mrs. Ruth Allard, Mr. Leroy Brown 

WILXARD : Mrs. Bessie Gurganious, Mr. Bradley Jones, Mrs. Bertha Rockby 

WILMINGTON , FIRST : Mrs. Charlotte Payne, Mrs. Claire Vowell, Mrs. Raye Wood, 
Miss Lois Ward, Mr. Charles Nance, Mr. George F . Wells, Mr. Louis Earl 
Brew (Deacon), Mr. Ernest P. Crawford, Miss Dessie Harrelson, Mrs. Delia 
Mae LeGwin, Mr. O. K. Pridgen, Sr. (Deacon), Mrs. Ethel Porter, Mrs. Mayme 
Kelly, Mrs. Lula Johnson, Mrs. Adrienne Debnam, Mr. Phillip Jeffords, 
Mr. John Henry Fussell, Mrs. Katheryn Baugham, Mrs. Mildred Sullivan, 
Mrs. Hazel M. Ussery, Mrs. Josie L. Edwards, Mrs. Margaret Lewis, 
Mr. William McCarver, Mr. Melwood P. Raines, Sr., Mrs. Bobbie Mason, 
Mrs. Jewell Davis, Mr. James B. Swails (Deacon) 

WINTER PARK : Ma. Mary Ray, Mr. John Cotton, Mr. John Kelly, Ms. Grace Rambo, 
Mr. Ed Forbes, Ms. Linda Wierse, Mr. Tom West, Mr. Jay Phillips, Ms. Pat 
Hilburn, Ma. Lillian Middleton, Rev. Rollie Walton 

WRIQHTSBORO : Mrs. Iris Carroll, Mrs. Stephen R. Croom, Sr., Mr. Jack T. Freeman, 
Mrs. Dora Newton, Mr. Joe Richardson, Mrs. Elizabeth Knowles, Mrs. Agnes 
Atkinson, Mrs. Ruth Creech, Mrs. Ethel Harper 

WRIQHTSVILLE BEACH : Mr. Roy D. Brown, Sr., Mr. Fred Harkey, Mrs. Betty Cofer 



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HISTORICAL TABLE OF WILMINGTON BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 
FROM ITS ORGANIZATION 



DATE 


PLACE OF MEETING 


MODERATOR 


CLERK 




ANNUAL SERMON 


1901 


Burgaw 


J. T. Bland 


C. 


0. 


Weeks 








1902 


Long Creek 


J. T. Bland 


c. 


0. 


Weeks 


J. 


A. 


Smi th 


1903 


Bethlehem 


J. T. Bland 


Addison Hewlett 


J. 


L. 


Vipeman 


1904 


Welts Chapel 


J. T. Bland 


George E. Leftwich 


C. 


H. 


Utley 


1905 


Teachey 


George E. Leftwich 


C. 


E. 


McCullen 


J. 


A. 


McKaughan 


1906 


Mil. (Calvary) 


George E. Leftwich 


C. 


E. 


McCullen 


Fred 0. Hale 


1907 


Jacksonvi I le 


George E. Leftwich 


C. 


E. 


McCullen 


W. 


W. 


Hami I ton 


1908 


Ual lace 


George E. Leftwich 


c. 


E. 


McCullen 


C. 


F. 


Whitlock 


1909 


Atk inson 


G. A. Martin 


c. 


E. 


McCullen 


w. 


L. 


Britt 


1910 


UH lard 


George E. Leftwich 


c. 


E. 


McCullen 


J. 


H. 


Foster 


1911 


Emmas Chapel 


George E. Leftwich 


S. 


F. 


Garrison 


R. 


E. 


Peele 


1912 


Burgaw 


George E. Leftwich 


s. 


F. 


Garrison 


W. 


G. 


Hall 


1913 


Teachey 


W. G. Hall 


s. 


F. 


Garrison 


J. 


A. 


Sul I ivan 


19H 


Jacksonvi I le 


W. G. Hall 


J. 


A. 


Sul I ivan 


c. 


W. 


Brooks 


1915 


Long Creek 


George E. Leftwich 


J. 


A. 


Sul I ivan 


0. 


N. 


Marshall 


1916 


Wallace 


George E. Leftwich 


J. 


A. 


Sul I ivan 


w. 


G. 


Hall 


1917 


Riverside 


George E. Leftwich 


J. 


A. 


Sul I ivan 


J. 


J. 


Hurt 


1918 


Urightsboro 


George E. Leftwich 


J. 


A. 


Sul 1 ivan 








1919 


Bethlehem 


W. G. Hall 


J. 


A. 


Sul I ivan 








1920 


Teachey 


W. G. Hall 


J. 


W. 


Hollis 


Odis 


J. Hinnant 


1921 


Atkinson 


C. E. McCullen 


J. 


U. 


Hoi l is 


J. 


H. 


Powers 


1922 


Centervi I le 


C. E. McCullen 


R. 


J. 


Hall 


R. 


J. 


Hall 


1923 


Long Creek 


C. E. McCullen 


R. 


J. 


Hall 


E. 


L. 


Weston 


1924 


Shiloh 


C. E. McCullen 


R . 


J. 


Hall 


J. 


F. 


Warren 


1925 


Welts Chapel 


L. W. Moore 


R. 


J. 


Hall 


c. 


R. 


Taylor 


1926 


Temple 


George E. Leftwich 


R. 


J. 


Hall 


J. 


M. 


Kester 


1927 


Canetuck 


George E. Leftwich 


J. 


E. 


Allard 


T. 


H. 


Willi ams 


1928 


Sea Gate 


George E. Leftwich 


J. 


E. 


Allard 


J. 


T. 


Byrum 


1929 


Centervi I le 


George E. Leftwich 


J. 


E. 


Allard 


V. 


L. 


Andrews 


1930 


Teachey 


W. R. Harrell 


J. 


E. 


Allard 


T. 


U. 


Siler 


1931 


Leland 


W. H. Harrell 


J. 


E. 


Al lard 


A. 


J. 


Barton 


1932 


Mount Holly 


W. R. Harrell 


J. 


E. 


Allard 


J. 


A. 


Nei Ison 


1933 


Barlow's Chapel 


W. R. Harrell 


J. 


E. 


Allard 


W. 


P. 


Page 


1934 


Wat lace 


Dr. J. A. Barton 


J. 


E. 


Allard 


J. 


L. 


Jones 


1935 


Burgaw 


Dr. J. A. Barton 


J. 


E. 


Allard 


J. 


E. 


Lanier 


1936 


Wilm. (Calvary) 


Dr. J. A. Barton 


J. 


E. 


Allard 


R. 


H. 


Satterf ield 


1937 


Winter Park 


Dr. J. A. Barton 


J. 


E. 


Allard 


S. 


L. 


Blanton 


1938 


Atkinson 


Dr. J. A. Barton 


J. 


E. 


Allard 


H. 


S. 


Strickland 


1939 


Wit lard 


Dr. J. A. Barton 


J. 


E. 


Allard 


L. 


L. 


Johnson 


1940 


Gibson Avenue 


Dr. J. A. Barton 


J. 


E. 


Allard 


J. 


N. 


Evans, Jr. 


1941 


Souths ide 


E. L. Bradley 


J. 


E. 


Allard 


c. 


W. 


Dul in 


1942 


Riley's Creek 


E. L. Bradley 


J. 


E. 


Allard 


J. 


Paul Merritts 


1942 


Wells Chapel 


E. L. Bradley 


J. 


E. 


Allard 


w. 


C. 


Francis 


1943 


Tabernacle 


E. L. Bradley 


J. 


E. 


Allard 


R. 


w. 


Acres 


1943 


Mount Holly 


E. L. Bradley 


J. 


E. 


Allard 


J. 


Roy CI i f ford 


1944 


Jacksonvi I le 


E. L. Bradley 


J. 


E. 


Allard 


J. 


H. 


Butler 


1944 


Haw Bluff 


E. L. Bradley 


J. 


E. 


Allard 


Davi s 


Shel ton 


1945 


Carol ina Beach 


George E. Leftwich 


J. 


E. 


Allard 


J. 


V. 


Case 


1945 


Teachey 


George E. Leftwich 


J. 


E. 


Allard 


G. 


Carl Lewis 


1946 


Shiloh 


G. Carl Lewis 


J. 


E. 


Allard 


C 


E. 


Baker 


1946 


Winter Park 


G. Carl Lewis 


J. 


E. 


Allard 


J. 


0. 


Walton 


1947 


First 


G. Carl Lewis 


J. 


E. 


Allard 


J. 


Bryan Dosher 


1947 


Centervi lie 


G. Carl Lewis 


J. 


E. 


Allard 


T 


K. 


Woody, Jr. 


1948 


Providence 


G. Carl Lewis 


J. 


E. 


Allard 


W 


A. 


Poole 


1948 


Sea Gate 


G. Carl Lewis 


J. 


E . 


Allard 


W 


J. 


Stephenson 


1949 


Salem 


Wi 1 1 iam A. Poole 


J. 


E. 


Allard 


C 


A. 


Maddry 


1949 


Atkinson 


William A. Poole 


J. 


E. 


Allard 


Guy Moore 


1950 


Wilm. (Calvary) 


L. Grady Burgiss 


J. 


E. 


Allard 


John 


Lawrence 


1950 


Burgaw 


L. Grady Burgiss 


J. 


E. 


Allard 


E 


W. 


Pate 


1951 


Souths ide 


W. J. Stephenson 


J. 


E. 


Allard 


E 


Eugene Poston 


1951 


Ri ley's Creek 


W. J. Stephenson 


J. 


E. 


Allard 


fred Kelly 


1952 


Jacksonvi I le 


W. J. Stephenson 


J. 


E. 


Allard 


Gordon Weekley 


1952 


Mount Holly 


W. J. Stephenson 


J. 


E. 


Allard 


E 


C. 


Watson, Jr. 


1953 


Wrightsboro 


W. J. Stephenson 


J. 


E. 


Al lard 


C 


L. 


Turner 


1953 


Wilmington, First 


W. J. Stephenson 


J. 


E. 


Allard 


Harry 


J. Moore 


1954 


Bethany 


E. W. Pate 


J. 


E. 


Allard 


R 


H. 


L i neberger 


1954 


Tempt e 


E. W. Pate 


J. 


E. 


Allard 


L 


H. 


Horphis 


1955 


Wallace 


E . W. Pate 


J. 


E. 


Allard 


R 


L. 


Gregory 


1955 


Sunset Park 


E. W. Pate 


J. 


E. 


Allard 


A 


B. 


Bumgarner 


1956 


01 ivet 


E. E. Poston 


J. 


E. 


Allard 


J 


C. 


Powel I 


1956 


Long Creek 


E. E. Poston 


J. 


E. 


Allard 


M 


R. 


Hai re 


1957 


Southside 


E. E. Poston 


J. 


E. 


Allard 


A 


T. 


Greene, Jr. 



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1958 


Winter Park 


A. T. Greene, Jr. 


J. E. Allard 


C. W. Jones 


1959 


Jacksonville, First 


A. T. Greene, Jr. 


J. E. Allard 


F. C. Maxwell 


1960 


Wilmington, First 


R. L . Gregory 


J. E. Allard 


El wood Of r 


1961 


Temple 


R. L. Gregory 


J. E. Al lard 


A. L. McGee 


1962 


Southside 


J. L. Pollard 


F. S. Chesson 


W. D. Morris 


1963 


Burgaw & Masonboro 


J. L . Pollard 


Norman Wheeler 


Morris Andrews 


1964 


Urightsboro 


Claud O'Shields 


Norman Wheeler 


Howard Ford 


1965 


Wallace, First 


Claud O'Shields 


Norman Wheeler 


J. L. Pollard 


1966 


Centervi lie 


E. W. Moore 


Richard C. Newton 


E. W. Moore 


1967 


Ogden 


E. W. Moore 


Norman Wheeler 


L. 8. Todd 


1968 


Winter Park 


A. L. McGee 


C. E. Stines 


Wayne Slaton 


1969 


Calvary 


A. L. McGee 


C. E. Stines 


W. L. Blanton 


1970 


Temple 


Howard Holly 


C. E. Stines 


0. E. Parkerson 


1971 


Sunset Park 


Howard Holly 


Edith Nix 


Jason Ross 


1972 


Winter Park 


Avery Lumsden 


Edith Nix 


John Stephenson 


1973 


Burgaw 


Melvin Hall 


Edith Nix 


D. C. Jenkins 


1974 


Sea Gate 


Melvin Hal I 


Edith Nix 


Douglas Farmer 


1975 


Ogden 


Melvin Hal I 


Edith Nix 


Richard Feagin 


1976 


Pine Valley 


M. E. Gibson 


Edith Nix 


Baker James Gauthen 


1976 


College Acres 


M. E. Gibson 


Edith Nix 


Earle Rogers 


1977 


Wallace, First 


M. E. Gibson 


Edith Nix 


Coy C. Privette 


1977 


Carolina Bch., First 


M. E. Gibson 


Edith Nix 


Al len Laymon 


1978 


Atkinson 


G. R. Funderburke 


Ot t i s King 


Howard Knight 


1978 


Myrtle Grove 


G. R. Funderburke 


Ottis King 


Richard Phillips 


1979 


Wilmington, First 


G. R. Funderburke 


Ottis King 


Horace Jackson 


1980 


Battle Park 


James Parson 


Ottis K i ng 


James H. Parson 


1980 


Freedom 


James Parson 


Ottis King 


Charles Al len, Jr. 


1981 


Wallace, First 


Arnold Ray Potter 


Ottis King 


Dick Westbrook 


1981 


Calvary 


Arnold Ray Potter 


Ottis King 


Aubrey Jones 


1982 


Surf City 


Arnold Ray Potter 


Ottis King 


Aubrey Jones 


1982 


Murray Memorial 


Arnold Ray Potter 


Ottis King 


L. G. Green 


1983 


Lake Forest 


Arnold Ray Potter 


Ottis King 


Eugene Puckett 


1983 


Shi (oh 


Arnold Ray Potter 


Ottis King 


Horace Hall 


1984 


Masonboro 


Vincent Wall 


Ottis King 


Nancy Curtis 


1984 


Nampstead 


Vincent Wall 


Ottis King 


Ralph Holt 


1985 


Winter Park 


Vincent Wall 


Ben Croom 


Roy Smith 


1985 


Riley's Creek 


Vincent Wall 


Ben Croom 


Harvey Uhaley, Jr. 


1986 


Wrightsvi I le Beach 


Glenn Kl ing 


Ben Croom 


Wi 1 1 i am Morgan 


1986 


Centervi I le 


G I enn K I i ng 


Ben Croom 


Lamar Brooks 


1987 


Silver Lake 


Glenn Kl ing 


Marsha Oakley 


Ned Mathews 


1987 


Burgaw 


Glenn Kling 


Marsha Oakley 


Danny Hawkins 


1988 


Temple 


David Stewart 


Dorothy Hall 


J. Guy Key 


1988 


Barlow Vista 


David Stewart 


Dorothy Hall 


Norman Hunt 


1989 


Urightsboro 


David Stewart 


Dorothy Hall 


Jim Whetstone 


1989 


Winter Park 


David Stewart 


Dorothy Hall 


Jack Staton 


1990 


Wallace, First 


Lamar Brooks 


Dorothy Hall 


Don Horn 


1990 




Lamar Brooks 


Dorothy Ha 1 1 


Bob Banks 


1991 


Scotts Hill 


Gary Trawick 


Dorothy Hall 


Jack Miller 


1991 


Pine Val ley 


Gary Trawick 


Dorothy Hall 


Gene Puckett 


1992 


Sunset Park 


Gary Trawick 


Dorothy Hall 


Mike Queen 


1992 


Atkinson 


Gary Trawick 


Dorothy Hall 


Lt. Clebe McClary 



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EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE MINUTES 



The Executive Committee of the Wilmington Baptist Association met November 
19, 1991, at the Associational Office. Gary Trawick, Moderator, presiding. Dr. 
Ralph Holt led in devotion. 

Minutes of September's Executive meeting were approved. The financial 
report was reviewed. A cost analysis of mission work done in Brazil would equate 
to $350,000 of WBA finances. There were several large unexpected expenditures 
this past month such as, printing for annual meeting, copying machine, telephone 
bills etc. Stewardship promotion includes a letter from Gene Floyd to churches 
and to explore cost cutting areas. 

STAFF REPORTS: 

Carlene Evans - Resort /Lei sure /BSU 

BSU continues to grow with 127 now enrolled and an average attendance of 
80. A team of six students conducted Sunday morning worship services at 
Greenfield church with Jeff Brooks in charge. On Sunday, November 24, BSU teams 
will be at Scotts Hill, Long Leaf and Bear Branch. Also, the BSU will be working 
with the WBA Youth Lock-In at the YMCA on November 22nd. Activities for December 
include a Talent Show, Monday Night Live. There will be a campus wide church 
service at St. Matthews Lutheran Church on December 4. On December 7, BSU will 
be passing out the Survival Kits for Freshman. There have been several good 
speakers from the Baptist State Convention to visit us. 

The Marina Ministry will start again in March. Don and Shirley Horn and 
I will be doing the clown ministry during December Festival of Trees. We already 
have 4 youth groups for next summer. Everything is going great. 

Mary Margaret Brooks - Church and Community Ministries 

We had a great Senior Adult Rally at Calvary in October with Katherine 
Godwin's theme "Home is where the Heart is." Attendance was 222. 

A lot of exciting things are happening in our Language Missions especially 
the Japanese Fellowship. With 3 other associations, we are putting together a 
package for salary and insurance for a Japanese Pastor. A Japanese lady, the 
first to accept Christ through learning English, has asked Mary Ellen Benton to 
read the Bible and from that accepted Christ. 

Blood Mobile to be at Pine Valley on January 20, Burgaw on January 21, and 
Surf City on January 22. We have lots of blankets and clothing for the Homeless 
and Hispanics. Counciled with Scotts Hill Baptist Church about starting a 
clothes closet. 

Mary Margaret introduced Jeff Brooks, our Inner City Missionary, working 
at Greenfield Baptist Church. Jeff explained the concept of a Baptist Center. 
It is a training area for (1) Evangelism - Bible Study; (2) After Bchool 
programs; (3) Feed people. Funding would come from cooperate grants from the 
Home Mission Board. The WBA would give $125 initially. Two churches have 
expressed interest in renovating Greenfield church for a Baptist Center. Also, 
there have been volunteers for inner city missions work. 

A motion was made by Paul Nix that the WBA approve continuation of 
explorations and discussions of a Baptist Center at Greenfield Church. There was 
a second and motion was carried. 



Ed Bullock - DIRECTOR OF MISSIONS 



Topics of Discussions: 



Arrangement Interpretation - 3 structures of Missions Development 



Elections of Officers: 
Nominating Committee 
Rescue Mission 
Strategy Council 
CSM Chairman 



Ed King, Chairman 
Bobby Harrelson 
Ralph Holt 
Joey Faucette 



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Those were adopted by consent. 



Nominating Committee to be appointed by Moderator. 

Counseling Center has been very successful. A second counselor is 

being interviewed. 
Building program - Drawing of BSU Building presented for discussion. 

The entrance for the Counseling Center hopefully will be ready by 

Christmas . 

Metro Thrust Objective of Evangelism, Communications and 

Strengthening Churches was in effect last night as Adman Lanier, 
Tommy Todd, J. P. McGinnis, John Truitt and I met with Oak Grove's 
pastor. 

Christmas plans - There will be no pastor's Christmas dinner. There 
will be Open House at the WBA, December 19-20, 1:00-4:00 p.m. 

Staff was dismissed as the Executive Committee discussed Christmas bonuses. 
Motion from Ralph Holt that Christmas Bonuses of a week's salary be given to WBA 
ataff with availability of funds. Motion second by Paul Nix. Motion carried. 

Motion by Ralph Holt that the WBA Office be closed December 23-27 for 
Christmas, motion was seconded by Louise Fisher, motion carried. 

Adjournment with prayer. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Dot Hall, Clerk 

Those present: 

Ralph Holt, Paul Nix, Jeff Brooks, Paul Spithaler, Carlene Evans, Jean Henry, Dot 
Hall, Linda Carroll, Gary Trawick, Ed Bullock, Ray Fisher, Louise Fisher, Ed 
King, Bernard Abrams, Eugene Floyd, Judy Norris. 



•December's meeting of the Executive Committee was deleted after discussion by 
common consent. 



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EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE MINUTES 



The Executive Committee of the Wilmington Baptist Association met Tuesday, 
February 18, 1992, at the Associational Office. Gary Trawick, Moderator, 
presided. Paul Nix led in devotion and prayer. 

Minutes and Treasurer's reports were reviewed and approved. 

STAFF REPORTS i 

Mary Margaret Brooks - Church S Community Ministries 

Senior Adult Rally was held at Pine Valley Baptist Church and had 250 in 
attendance. Sunset Park Baptist Church will host a combined Senior Adult Rally 
and Senior Adult Concert on May 12. In Family Assistance program, 28 persons 
were interviewed in January. Home Mission emphasis included Mission Studies and 
speaking engagements for Jeff Brooks, Tom Canady and myself. The January Blood 
Drive was very successful. 

Carlene Evans - BSU/Resort/Leisure Ministries 

Plans are being made now for Resort Missions at Carolina and Kure Beaches 
with Steve Bolton's help. Campers on Missions Rally will be held at Surf City 
the first weekend in April. 

BSO has three Outreach Teams ready to serve upon invitation from churches. 
The BSU Winter Retreat at Fort Caswell has 38 students signed up. There is 
always a need for food or money for BSU meals. Organization of an Ensemble led 
by Winter Park's Minister of Music, Cliff Harris, is in process. 

Ed Bullock - Director of Missions 

Topics for information and discussion: 

Report on WBA building results and plans for Counseling Center very 
successful . 

Inner City Missions and Black Church Relations discussion. Motion by Steve 
Bolton and seconded by David Stewart to proceed with the concept of Jeff 
Brooks with Inner City work at Greenfield and Mike Darby's new work with 
Immanuel in that area as long as the two churches agreed with the work 
in their church. Motion carried. 

Cooperative Agreements were reviewed. Motion was made by David Stewart and 
seconded by Ralph Holt to be submitted to the BSC for support. 

Strategy Committee Interpretation. 

Volunteer Secretaries - We have the best. 

Evangelism Crusade - Reported plans for 1993 

Stewardship materials reviewed. 

Brazil Team for April is ready. 

Media equipment need. 

Strengthening the churches includes good plans that are happening at Oak 
Grove . 

Paul Nix shared Bold Missions Prayer Program to strengthen the Association 
and churches. He closed the meeting with special prayer time. 

Respect f ullysubmitted, 

Dot Hall, Clerk 

Members Present: 

Ed Bullock, Mary Margaret Brooks, Carlene Evans, Linda Carroll, Judy Norris, Gary 
Trawick, W.W. Lennon, Ralph Holt, Steve Bolton, Paul Spithaler, Paul Nix, David 
Stewart, Louise Fisher, Onree Fisher, Grady Barnes, Jean Henry, Terry Mitchell, 
and Eugene Floyd. 



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EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE MINUTES 



The Executive Committee of the Wilmington Baptist Association met Tues- 
day, March 17, 1992, at the Associational Office. Rev. Danny Hawkins, Vice 
Moderator, presided. Dr. Mac Wallace led in devotion and prayer. 

Minutes of the February meeting wert approved. The Treasurer's report 
was also reviewed and approved. 

STAFF REPORTS: 

Carlene Evans - BSU/ Res or t /Leisure 

BSU had attendance of 72 Monday night and 35 on Wednesday. Election of 
officers now in progress. The Ensemble and Outreach Team were ministering at 
First Baptist Church, Wallace, last Sunday night. BSU teams will be at Burgaw 
Baptist Church with Youth Lock-ins and Sunday services. There will be 20 
students going to Spring Conference at Caraway the last of March. 

Resort Ministry has 28 mission groups coming this summer. April 3rd at 
Rogers Bay Campground will be Campers on Mission. 

BSU students will be on the Little Red Caboose for the Azalea Festival 
Parade . 

Guests from Savannah, Georgia, will be here March 26th to see how the 
WBA Marina Ministry works. They would like to begin one in their area. 

Mary Margaret Brooks - CCM Director 

Ed Bullock gave the CCM report as Mrs. Brooks was at Caraway. Family 
Crisis assisted 19 families representing 66 persons. Mrs. Brooks taught Home 
Mission Study for four churches and preached twice. Winter Park Baptist 
Church hosted a fellowship for the Japanese on February 27th. The first 
Chinese convert was baptized March 15th at Calvary Baptist Church. A group 
of Acteen Activators from Laurinburg will be doing Backyard Bible Clubs this 
summer at Nesbitt Courts. 

Mac Wallace - Counseling Center 

Very pleased with response. Already there are 100 or more cases. 
Sophia Phelps is doing a good job as secretary. Hopes to add another counselor 
in the near future. 

Ed Bullock - Director of Missions 

Old Business: 

An update on the Inner City Missions with Mike Darby and Immanuel Baptist 
Church with four areas of responsibility emphasized. 

New Business: 

Proposal for Inner City Mission salary presented by Ed Bullock for Mary 
Margaret Brooks. Seconded by Paul Nix. Discussion. Motion carried. 

Motion by Ed Bullock to purchase a used pontoon boat to be used for the 
Marina Ministry. Second. Discussion. Motion carried. 



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Rev. Bob Haywood of United Christian Campus Ministry, which was housed 
in the Associational Center for over 15 years, presented a plaque of apprecia- 
tion to Ed Bullock for those years. 

Topics of Discussion: 

Building program report of BSU building. 
Brazil repor t . 

Media Equipment - Moderator Gary Trawick wrote letters requesting help. 
Oak Grove Church survey is this Sunday in preparation for Lay Revivals 
in two weeks . 

Motion from David Stewart that we have WBA Missions Week with a clean-up 
work day and for representatives to promote WBA in the churches, and an Open 
House on Saturday or Sunday, with an offering for Brazil and Counseling Center. 
Seconded. Motion carried. 

The meeting was adjourned with prayer. 

Members Present: 

Ed Bullock, Linda Carroll, Carlene Evans, Gene Floyd, David Stewart, Mac Wallace 
Eugene Floyd, Louise Fisher, Ray Fisher, David DeVane, Danny Hawkins, Paul Nix, 
Paul Spithaler, Dot Hall, Eugene Ridley. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Dot Hall, Clerk 



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EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE MINUTES 



The Executive Committee of the WBA met Tuesday, April 21, 1992, 7:15 p.m. 
at the Associational Office. In absence of the moderator and vice moderator, 
David Stewart was asked to preside. Ralph Holt led in devotion and prayer. 

Minutes of previous meeting were accepted. Treasurer's report was reviewed 
and accepted. 

STAFF REPORTS : 

Carlene Evans - BSU/ Re sort /Leisure 

BSU has lots of activity with next week being our last BSU meeting for this 
semester. Tom Canaday, missionary on furlough from Honduras, speaker for BSU 
had the attention of all the students. The Azalea Parade with 13 students on 
the Little Red Caboose, was a big success. Spring Conference at Caraway was 
great. We were represented in the Talent Show with a comedy group and a soloist. 
The Leadership Conference consisted of a trial journey through the rope survival 
course. The BSU t-shirts will be very visible on UNCW campus. 

- This weekend will be projected Orientation Session for 29 Summer Missionary 
groups . 

Marina Ministry update: The pontoon boat purchase did not materialize but 
Mr. Floyd is working on something else for us. 

- Camper s-On-Missions had 35 in attendance with excellent program speakers. 
The Annual Easter Egg Hunt at Roger's Bay Campground had 30 children. 
Vacation time. May 6-16 

Mary Margaret Brooks - Church & Community 

The Medical/Dental Clinic will be at Riley's Creek on May 18-20 and at the 
Rescue Mission on May 21. We will have doctors, nurses, dentists and youth 
groups to lead activities and personal witnessing. The churches have supplied 
items for medical kits. 

Our summer missionaries working with migrants, both speak Spanish. One 
is the daughter of Tom Canady and the other is a student at the Hispanic 
Seminary. 

When Jeff Brooks decided to leave Wilmington, it left a big gap in the 
Inner City. I am working with Mike Darby and others to try to preserve some of 
the ministries Jeff had started. 

The May Senior Adult Rally will be a concert at Sunset Park Baptist Church. 

Our ESL Classes presently have 33 people from 26 countries. We recently 
found a large number of Hispanics working at a Mexican Restaurant. They are 
being taught Mondays and Thursday at the restaurant. 



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The Japanese Fellowship at Winter Park with Takeharn Koga, head of the 
Japanese Trade Mission of N.C. was speaker. A very successful meeting. 

Family Assistance helped 21 families during March with emergency needs. 

Ed Bullock - Director of Missions 

Oak Grove Church had 3 professions of faith during the Lay Witness Weekend. 
The survey revealed hundreds of homes nearby. A community revival, April 26- 
29 with different preachers each night is planned. 

WMU Annual Meeting at Hampstead was an excellent meeting with the Brazil 
Team being commissioned. 

Baptist Men will have an evangelistic meeting with Wayne Bristow at 
Wrightsboro in May 7, Pine Valley will host the VBS Clinic. 

OLD BUSINESS 

Inner City Report 

Immanuel and Charity churches have voted to merge and call Rev. Roland 
Dauphinais as pastor; retaining the name Charity and meeting place to be 351 
Mercer Street. The Immanuel property reverted back to the WBA as previously 
agreed upon. 

NEW BUSINESS 

Support for position of Baptist State Convention officers. The attached 
recommendation was reviewed, as there were 2 churches represented; Olivet, Pastor 
Jon Blackburn and Long Creek, Pastor David West, time was given for discussion. 
Both pastors stated opposition to any agency supporting the blessing of 
homosexuality and desired to know what position the WBA was taking. Discussion. 
Motion by Ralph Holt that the moderator appoint a committee to draft a resolution 
expressing opposition to homosexuality based on scriptural grounds and state what 
WBA stand will be taken in regards to any church blessing the homosexuality issue 
in the future. This recommendation is to come back to the May Executive 
Committee meeting. Second by Paul Nix and motion was carried. 

Acting as moderator, David Stewart, appointed Ralph Holt, Paul Nix and Ed 
King to this committee. 

Motion by Paul Nix that a letter be drafted in support of the BSC officials 
as stated in attached sheet. Seconded by Ralph Holt and motion was carried. 

Student report - BSU building plans are moving along. 

Building and storage room needed immediately. Motion by Ralph Holt that 
a storage building be established. Seconded by Paul Nix and motion 
carried . 

Inner City Report - Since Jeff Brooks departure, several projects need to 
be on going and a new leader secured. Motion by Jean Henry that the WBA 
affirm the Inner City projects. Seconded by Ed King and motion was 
carried . 

Church Development Staff position is a possibility. Please pray for that 
development . 



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WBA will have special emphasis for Associat ional Missions Week, May 17- 
24. 

Stewardship Study and ideas are being explored. 

Christian Life and Public Affairs - drug program. 

WBA will support a combined Baccalaureate Service May 31, 1992. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Dot Hall, Clerk 

Those Present : 

Ralph Holt, Ed King, Jean Henry, Linda Carroll, Dot Hall, Carlene Evans, Ed 
Bullock, Louise Fisher, Onree Fisher, David Stewart, Paul Nix, David West, Jon 
Blackburn along with 8 church members. 



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EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE MINUTES 



The Executive Committee of the Wilmington Baptist Association met Tuesday, 
May 19, 1992, at the Associational Office Building. Gary Trawick, Moderator, 
presided. Devotion and prayer was given by A. R. Potter. 

Executive Committee Minutes for April were presented and approved as 
written . 

Financial Report was reviewed and approved. 
STAFF REPORTS I 

In Carlene and Mary Margaret's absence, Ed gave a brief report of events 
in Summer Missions and Church and Community Missions. He also address the 
following subjects. 

Week of Prayer for Associational Missions 
Baccalaureate Service at Calvary 
Media Space 
Brazil Partnership 

Presented a partnership request from Davis Baptist Association in 
Central New York State. Motion to pursue partnership with Davis 
Association when we know exactly what is expected. Motion by Ralph 
Holt. Motion was seconded and carried. 

W. W. Lennon brought an appeal for workers and support for the Seaman's 
Center . 

OLD BUSINESS : 

Discussion on Human Sexuality report. 

Motion by David Stewart to table this item on homosexuality until the next 
Executive Committee meeting. Seconded by W. W. Lennon. Discussion. Motion was 
rescinded . 

A. R. Potter made a motion to accept the statement on Human Sexuality as 
amended and was seconded by Danny Hawkins. Motion was carried. 

Motion to adjourn with prayer by Jean Henry. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Dot Hall, Clerk 



Present : 

Ed Bullock, A. R. Potter, Ed King, Linda 
Futch, W. W. Lennon, Gary Trawick, David 
Fisher, Onree Fisher, and Judy Norris 



Carroll, Ralph Holt, Danny Hawkins, Bill 
Stewart, Jean Henry, Dana McAtee, Louise 



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EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE MINUTES 



The Wilmington Baptist Association Executive Committee met June 16, 1992, 
at the Associational Office. Danny Hawkins, Vice Moderator, presided. Devotion 
and prayer was given by Onree Fisher. 

Minutes of May Executive Committee Meeting were approved. Financial report 
was reviewed and approved. 

STAFF REPORTS: 

Mary Margaret Brooks - CHURCH & COMMUNITY MINISTRIES DIRECTOR 

The report presented by Ed Bullock: 

(1) The Medical/Dental Clinic was a big success with the help of 
150+ volunteers. There were 53 professions of faith and 182 
medical visits. During the summer we will have several dental 
clinics at the office of Dr. Ben Smith. 

(2) The Japanese Fellowship at Winter Park held an evangelistic 
meeting with a talented music evangelist leading the service. 

(3) Mike Darby, our Church Planter, in a predominately black area, 
continues to work hard with some success. Calvary had donated 
a piano and we have started a small food pantry there. 

(4) I attended a one day workshop for Literacy Board Members. It 
was helpful to see what the tutors are learning. 

(5) The baccalaureate was well received but poorly attended. It 
was a lovely occasion and was very appreciated by those present. 

Thank you for the opportunity to attend the convention and have some 
vacation with Lamar's family. 

Carlene Evans - BSU/RESORT/LEISURE MINISTRIES DIRECTOR 

Everything is going well the first 1 1/2 weeks of Resort Missions. The 
5 summer missionaries are good workers. A weekend "Lock-In" at YMCA had 240 
children ministered to by BSU studentB. The BSU program continues through the 
Bummer. We had 300 attending Freshman Orientation. 

Mac Wallace - COUNSELING CENTER DIRECTOR 

The Counseling Center has ministered to 130-140 individuals. A part-time 
person, Wendy Harris, has been added to the staff. We have good Board of 
Directors, working well together to improve the work. 

Ed Bullock - DIRECTOR OF MISSIONS 

The WBA Associational Week went well. The dedication of the Counseling 
Center was the highlight of the week. We have a Brazil team ready to leave 
Thursday and June 25, a team going to Poland. 



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Discussion on the need to change the date of the General Board Meeting. 
Motion was made by Gene Floyd to move this meeting to July 28th. Motion was 
seconded and carried. 

Discussion and information shared about the Inner City Missionary. Motion 
was made by David Stewart to call David Brisson as the Inner City Missionary. 
Motion was second by Paul Nix. Motion carried. 

Former Immanuel Baptist Church needs a new name. Ed proposed the name be 
changed to Hope Baptist Mission. Motion was second by Paul Nix. Motion carried. 

Information was shared about Church Renewal Development Director. 
Recommendation by Ed Bullock that John Truitt of Wrightsville Beach Baptist 
Church be called as Director of Church Renewal Development for the WBA. Motion 
was seconded by Gene Floyd and motion was carried. This will be a volunteer 
staff position. 

A request for partnership with Davis Baptist Association in New York is 
still under advisement. 

A stewardship promotion to be in August with a breakfast meeting with 100+ 
lay people attending. 

Meeting adjourned with prayer. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Dot Hall, Clerk 

Those Attending: 

David Brisson, Danny Hawkins, Onree Fisher, Louise Fisher, Gene Floyd, Elizabeth 
Floyd, Durwood Bradshaw, A. R. Potter, Judy Norris, Carlene Evans, Linda Carroll, 
Jean Henry, Eugene Ridley, Dot Hall, Ed Bullock, Paul Nix, David Stewart, Mac 
Wallace, Ed King, Dana McAtee. 



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EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE MINUTES 



The Wilmington Baptist Association Executive Committee met August 18, 1992 
at the Associational Office. In the absence of the Moderator and Vice Moderator, 
Dorothy Hall, Clerk presided. Devotion and prayer was given by Dr. Lamar Brooks. 

Minutes of the June meeting were approved. The financial report was 
reviewed with explanations where monies have been used. Giving from our 
churches has been more this year than last year. Our Baptist State leaders 
suggest that the Director of Missions raise the donor level in their 
associations . 

STAFF REPORTS: 

Carlene Evans - BSU/RESORT/LEISURE MINISTRIES 

Tonight there is a Spiritual Fair on the campus of UNCW for all 
denominations to enlist new students to various programs available to meet their 
spiritual needs while at the University. 

Upcoming events for BSU Students: 

1. A Boat Cruise - Wednesday, August 19 with 60 students registered. 

2. Basketball 3 on 3 Tournament - September 5 at UNCW. 

3. Volleyball Tournament - September 12, a fundraiser for missions. 

4. BSU Students will be participating in Disciple Now Weekend (programs 

at Pine Valley Baptist Church.) 

5. BSU Fall Conference - September 25-27 at Ridgecrest. 

Resort Missions had a very successful summer with 41 professions of faith. 
We had 27 mission groups ministering this summer. 

Mary Margaret Brooks - Church & Community Ministries 

Our Senior Adult Rally was August 6 at Winter Park Baptist Church was very 
successful with 80-90 participating in fun, fellowship and watermelon. Shiloh 
Baptist Church will host the Senior Adult Rally in November. 

Cape Fear Literacy will have Open House at their new facility on Shipyard 
Blvd. on September 8, 1992. 

Jeff Brooks and David Brisson have had an orientation this week on Inner 
City Missions. David has planned a Back To School Party for Houston Moore 
children. A Fall Revival is in the plans for Hope Baptist Mission. 

Language Missions are moving along. There has been 2 Chinese baptized at 
Calvary Baptist Church. Gus and Peggy Lara have had a busy summer with 90 
professions of faith among our migrant Hispanic work. Dr. Ben Smith has had 4 
Dental Clinics. A Dental Clinic and preaching services were held in Tabor City. 

The Electric Fan Ministry was very successful this year. 

The International Dinner will be held September 26 at First Baptist 

Activity Building. 
23 families have been helped with family assistance last month. 



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Ed Bullock - Director of Missions 



Information on the following subjects: 



Brazil team to leave October 1-13 

A team of 4 to arrive from Brazil on Friday. 

We now have 4 part-time staff persons: John Truitt, Wendy Harris, Micheal 

Darby, and David Brisson. 
Eliza Bennerman, who has been the WBA Custodian for 19 years is not well 

and other arrangements need to be made soon. 



BUSINE SS: 



A motion by Onree Fisher to repair the WBA roof in due time, with 3 bids 
being taken. The motion was seconded by Grady Barnes. Motion carried. 

A motion by Dr. Lamar Brooks that Pastor Appreciation Day for WBA should 
be October 11. Motion was seconded by Onree Fisher. Motion was carried. 

A motion by David DeVane that salary package for the Inner City Missionary 
be a follows: Motion was seconded by A. R. Potter. Motion was carried. 



Salary 

Housing 

Travel 

Annuity 

Insurance 

Total 



S 8,000 
S 8,000 
S 2,000 
S 2,000 
S 1.400 
$21,400 



The meeting was adjourned with prayer by David DeVane. 



Respectfully submitted, 
Dot Hall, Clerk, 



Those Present: 

Paul Spithaler, David Brisson, David DeVane, A.R. Potter, Grady Barnes, Gene 
Floyd, Lamar Brooks, Mary Margaret Brooks, Ed Bullock, Carlene Evans, Linda 
Carroll, Jean Henry, Judy Norris, Dot Hall, Onree Fisher, and Louise Fisher. 



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EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE MINUTES 



The Wilmington Baptist Association Executive Committee met September 15, 
1992. Danny Hawkins, Vice Moderator, presided. Devotion and prayer was by Danny 
Hawkins . 

Minutes of August meeting were approved. The Financial Report was reviewed 
and discussion of present needs and lack of money needed to carry out programs. 

STAFF 1 REPORTS : 

Carlene Evans - BSU/Resort /Leisure Activities 

September was a busy month for BSU with good participation in all 
activities . 

Spiritual Fair, attendance 100 - well received. 
Boat Cruise, attendance 80 - good event. 

Basketball Tournament - 12 teams - not as well attended as hoped for. 
Volleyball Tournament - over 100 students - 16-18 teams, $300 earned 

for State Missions. 
Disciple Now, a retreat at Pine Valley Baptist Church will be led by 

BSU teams this weekend. 
Dr. Leutze will be speaking at our next BSU meeting. 
Mission groups are beginning now to apply for next summer's Resort 

Ministry . 

Mary Margaret Brooks - Church and Community Ministries 

- The tent revival at Hope Baptist Mission going good this week. 
International Banquet will be September 26 at First Baptist Church 

Activities Building. 
Senior Adult Rally will be at Shiloh Baptist Church on November 3. 
Our Internationale are looking for property to establish a church. 
English classes for Internationals began in August. 
26 people were helped with family assistance last month. 

Ed Bullock - Director of Missions 

Information shared on the following subjects: 

Search for a new WBA custodian. 

A third bid and volunteers needed for WBA's new roof. 
Staff reviews are being conducted. 

- Policies Manual is in the process of being completed. 
Annual Meeting plans are being completed. 

Bill Oaks has found a location for Hispanic Church. 
Furniture needed for our new Committee Room. 

- Changes made by Radio & TV Commission will give ACTS Network only 8 out 

of 24 hours. Contact Dana McAtee for explanation. 



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BUSINE SS: 



Motion by Paul Nix that Dr. Charles Dorman, interim pastor at Winter Park, 
have use of the Missionary Furlough House. Dr. Dorman will move at any time the 
Association needs the house for a missionary. Winter Park will provide quarters 
for a missionary to stay. Motion was seconded by Eugene Floyd and motion was 
carried. 

Motion by David DeVane that Mr. Bullock have permission to sell two of the 
three missionary cars. Motion was second by Durwood Bradshaw and motion was 
carried. 

Motion by Paul Nix that the WBA take necessary steps to incorporate. 
Motion was seconded by Durwood Bradshaw and motion was carried. 

Motion by Paul Nix that the WBA Executive Committee present the following 
proposed motion at the Annual Meeting. 

PROPOSED MOTION 

That the Wilmington Baptist Association at its meetings on 
October 19 and 20, 1992, go on record as favoring exploring 
the possibilities of establishing a Baptist Retirement Home 
or Complex in New Hanover County, and that the Director of 
Missions be requested to coordinate this matter with the 
associational churches and that this motion be put to a vote 
at the meetings and if the motion is passed, a committee be 
appointed then and there, representing the various churches, 
with a chairman, and the committee be directed to carry out 
the investigation. 

The meeting was adjourned with prayer. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Dot Hall, Clerk 

Those Present: 

Mary Margaret Brooks, Judy Norris, Linda Carroll, Carlene Evans, Ed Bullock, Dot 
Hall, Louise Fisher, Onree Fisher, Beulah Giddens, Eugene Floyd, Jean Henry, 
David DeVane, Paul Nix, Danny Hawkins, and Durwood Bradshaw 



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EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE MINUTES 



The Wilmington Baptist Association Executive Committee met November 17, 
1992, at the Associational Office. Danny Hawkins, Moderator, presided. Devotion 
and prayer was given by Danny Hawkins. 

Dr. Ralph Holt, Chairman of the Committee to search out the possibilities 
of a Baptist Retirement Home in the Wilmington area, gave a progress report. 
He said everyone is excited and has a very positive attitude. Their next meeting 
will be December 3. Committee members are Wallace West, Josie Montgomery, Mary 
Gaddy, Admah Lanier, Nelson Squires, A. H. Harrell, JoAnn Harrelson, Laura 
Wilson, Ralph Holt, Ex-Officio: Ed Bullock and Danny Hawkins. 

Nancy Kling, Chairperson of the Nominating Committee, gave the following 
names to serve on this committee: Sonny Reeves, Rick Howell, Mary Katheryn Beall, 
Linda Fowler, Tommy Todd, Judy Tilden, Ruby Williams, Brenda Trott and Charles 
Harris. Motion was seconded and carried. 

Minutes were reviewed and approved. Financial Report was reviewed and 
approved . 

Ed gave information on the following subjects: 

- Good furniture needed for new conference room 
One Missionary Car given away 

Work on incorporation for WBA not complete 

New Custodian ie Beverly Herring, a UNCW student 

Interpretation of Executive Committee 

Construction of BSU building should begin in February 
Deacon Retreat - Murray Memorial - November 20 

Hope Mission - Malcolm Lewis is preaching there on Sunday nights 
Counseling Center Auction was a huge success - between $5500 and $5700 
New roof for WBA - cost $1800 - put on by volunteers 

- Recreation - Boy's Basketball Teams - Kevin Lee is the leader 
Families in Crisis - Prison Ministry - Debi Edge - Dream House 
Media Center needs equipment 

One Hundred Plus - For Associational Mission 

Plans for Mission Projects - Bolivia, Poland, Brazil, Ukraine and New York 
STAFF REPORTS: 

Carlene Evans - BSU/Resort 

She is very happy to be back after surgery. Rocky Myrick very capably 
carried on in my absence. Four students and I had the "M" Night Program in 
Clinton last night. Everything is going along well. 

Mary Margaret Brooks - Church and Community Ministries 

Senior Adult Rally was at Shiloh and was a big success with over 200 in 
attendance. A delicious meal was served and wonderful entertainment by Pastor 
Ed Elliott and his wife Caren. 

There are needs for a church building for the Hispanics and Koreans. 



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Hope Baptist Mission will be slow in growing but many mission activities 
are available there. We have hosted the Pastor's Conference and a group from 
the First Baptist Church of Wilmington. Anyone interested in Inner City 
missions, please call. 

This week we have an ESL Workshop at the Wilmington Baptist Associational 
Office Building. 

Coordinating Thanksgiving baskets and request for food will be heavy this 
next week. 

The Blood Drive for January 1993 will be at Winter Park on January 25th, 
due to renovations going on at Pine Valley Baptist Church at that time. 

Other Reports: 

Tony Creech reports that the ACTS Network is working very well and there 
is still time available for local services. Just contact Dana McAtee is there 
is something you would like to try to get on the ACTS channel. 

Approval was given to have the April Executive meeting moved to April 13th 
so the WBA staff can attend a state-wide Baptist meeting. 

Open House at the WBA will be December 17 and 18 from 2:00-4:00 pm. 

Paul Nix created interest in a game for March 2. Come and play the game 
at a Mission Development Meeting. 

Adjourned with prayer by Bobby Harrelson. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Dot Hall, Clerk, 

Those Attending: 

Joan Brewer, Jim Mott, Dot Hall, Judy Norris, Nancy Kling, Danny Hawkins, 
Bobby Harrelson, Jean Henry, Mary Margaret Brooks, Tony Creech, Eugene Floyd, 
Carlene Evans, Ed Bullock and Paul Nix. 



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EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE MINUTES 



The Wilmington Baptist Association Executive Committee met December 15, 
1992, at the Associational Office. In the absence of the moderator and vice 
moderator, Dot Hall, Clerk, presided. 

BUSINESS: 

Motion by David Stewart, seconded by Jim Mott, that the site and format for 
the January General Board meeting be changed from Rocky Point to Winter Park 
Baptist Church and the General Board convene at 7:00 p.m. Then the Ukraine 
Partnership Rally begin at 7:30 p.m. Motion carried. 

Review of the approach for construction of the new Student Center Building. 
Motion by David Stewart that we proceed with the plans. Seconded by Paul 
Spithaler and motion carried. 

Motion by Louise Fisher that the missionary car be given to Guy Key and the 
car license and insurance to be his responsibility. Seconded by Ray Fisher and 
motion carried. 

Matters of information shared by Mr. Bullock: 

Inner City Missions is reachable. Boys basketball teams need 

sponsors and coaches. 
Prison Ministry Fellowship in Burgaw. Debi Edge has a dream house. 
1993 Mission Partnerships include Brazil, Bolivia, Poland, Ukraine, 

and New York. 
Auction for Counseling Center was very successful. 

- Deacon's Retreat was well attended and inspirational. 
Minister's ChristmaB Dinner was very good. 

- Pray for Retirement Home Committee as they diligently work. 
January - CWT at Calvary Baptist Church. 

Burgaw area crusade with Wayne Bristow. 

Men's Prayer BreakfaBt January 23 at Winter Park 

Staff meetings consist of staff reviews. 

STAFF REPORTS: 

Carlene Evans - BSU/Resort 

The Chancellor's Christmas Party tonight was very elegant with the 
sculptors and all. This was a first and it was by invitation only. The Winter 
Retreat will be in February with Pembroke State University at Fort Caswell. The 
BSU will be doing the First Baptist New Year's Eve celebration. There is always 
a need for meals. Please call if interested. 

Resort Mission Groups are calling for this summer. Some of these are 
returning groups. 

Mary Margaret Brooks - Church and Community Ministries 

The Senior Adult Rally for February will be at Murray Memorial on February 
18. The Senior Adult Rally will be at Burgaw Baptist Church in May and at 
Wrightsboro Baptist Church in August. 

The Blood Drive will be in January at Winter Park Baptist Church and Surf 
City Baptist Church. 

There is a monthly bible study for internationals led by Sally Lennon. 
Also, there are good reports from the Hispanics at Riley's Creek and Calvary. 
The Japanese work is progressing very nicely. 

David Brisson - Inner City 

Work in the Inner City is busy and rewarding. The basketball team of 25 
has two guys who attend Hope Baptist Mission. Malcolm Lewis is preaching at Hope 
on Sunday nights to a group of 25. David is working with Julia Davis at Sunset 
Park Elementary in outreach. Twenty-five families were given food baskets and 
clothing for the holidays. 



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OTHER REPORTS: 



Dana McAteo - ACTS TV NETWORK 

An explanation and education of our churches is needed with the changed 
format of the ACTS Network. The developer is a good place to start this. 

The staff was dismissed as Mr. Bullock shared a recommendation from Danny 
Hawkins on Christmas bonuses. Motion by David Stewart and seconded by Ray Fisher 
that we adopt the recommendation. Motion carried. 

The meeting was adjourned with prayer. Refreshments followed, compliments 
of Jean Henry. 

Respectfully submitted. 
Dot Hall, Clerk 

Those attending: 

David Brisson, David Stewart, W. W. Lennon, Louise Fisher, Ray Fisher, Judy 
Norris, Ed Bullock, Dot Hall, Linda Carroll, Jean Henry, Dana McAtee, Mary 
Margaret Brooks, Paul Spithaler, and Jim Mott . 



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GENERAL BOARD MINUTES 



The General Board of the Wilmington Baptist Association met January 21, 
1992 at 7:15 p.m. at the First Baptist Church, Carolina Beach with Gary 
Trawick, presiding. Clyde Case led the congregation in the opening hymn. 
Welcome and invocation was given by Steve Bolton, Pastor of host church. Ed 
Bullock gave staff reports. 

Financial report looks good, the Christmas bonuses were met with no 
trouble . 

Inner City Missionaries, Jeff and Suzanne Brooks are proud parents of 
baby girl. Sophia Phelps replaces Suzanne as part time Counseling 
Center secretary. 

Brazil reports, 160 persons last year participated in various mission 
areas. We need many volunteers for this year. 



Up coming events: 
Blood Drive 

Dental Mobile Van at Riley's Creek 
ESL Workshop 

Resort Ministries have 19 summer mission groups ready to come 
BSU is growing 



SPECIAL PRESENTATIONS 



Mary Margaret Brooks presented an appreciation plaque to Dr. Ralph Holt 
for 9 years of WBA Director of CSM Council. 

Hal Bilbo presented from SBC a certificate of appreciation to WBA Assist 
Team for being standard. 



Ed Bullock presented the following recommendation: 



RECOMMENDATION FOR A NEW MISSIONS BUILDING 



PRIMARILY FOR STUDENT MISSIONS 



That we proceed with a plan to build a new associational building with 
a size of approximately 6000 sq. ft. That the building face College Road 
forming an L shape with our present building. That 60% to 70% of that building 
be designed for student ministries. That up to 40% of the building be utilized 
in meeting the following associational needs: (1) a media center; (2) 
additional space for Literacy Ministries; (3) small office spaces for volunteer 
program leaders; (4) additional space for Counseling Center; (5) additional 
conference rooms for planning group; and (6) a storage area for materials and 
equipment . 



That we attain detailed architectural drawings for the building and 
secure leadership approval. That we enlist a volunteer contractor (or 
contractors) for supervision and coordination and that we use volunteers to 
construct the building. That we ask First Baptist Church of Wilmington to 
authorize the use of missions funds held cooperatively with the Association for 
the purchase of materials for the new building. That we proceed in confirming 
a plan with the North Carolina Baptist State Convention that will generate 
60,000 plus dollars for completion funds and building maintenance funds 
beginning in 1993. That we establish a Development Committee that will serve 
to encourage some church and individual support for the construction and 
maintenance operation of the new building. (Support for the Student Ministries 
might well come from areas beyond the Association) . 



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Motion was made by David Stewart to accept the recommendation. The motion 
was seconded and carried. 

Dr. Lamar Brooks brought a Baptist State Convention report and asked for 
replies to questionnaire being sent to church leaders. 



Danny Hawkins introduced Judge Gary Trawick as our evening speaker. A 
message of inspiration and encouragement to move forward, following the special 
music from the Carolina Beach choir. 

The meeting dismissed into conferences as for revival preparations. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Dot Hall, Clerk 



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GENERAL BOARD MINUTES 



The General Board of the Wilmington Baptist Association met July 28, 1992, 
7:15 p.m. at Temple Baptist Church with Gary Trawick, Moderator, presiding. 
Peggy Croom led the congregation in song and a new song "Churches in 
Association." Welcome and invocation by host pastor, Dr. Jim Whetstone. 



Committee Chairman, presented for information next years WBA leadership to be 
voted on at the Annual Meeting. 

Ed Bullock spoke briefly on the following subjects: 

New Staff - Mike Darby, New Church Starts - Missions 
David Brisson - Inner City Missionary 
John Truitt - Church Renewal Development Director 

Hispanic and Korean Ministries 

Counseling Center 

Continuing Literacy Missions - Cape Fear Literacy Council moved 
Student Ministries - New building in making 
Resort Missions Guest in August 



Ed emphasized important upcoming gatherings: 

Minister's Conference - August 3, 10:30 a.m. at St. Paul Baptist Church 
Senior Adult Rally - Watermelons at Hugh MacRae Park, August 6, 10:30 a.m. 
Bi-vocat ional Church Leaders Banquet - August 6 

Family Life Conference - August 10-11, 7:00-9:00 p.m. Long Creek Baptist 
Church 

WBA Missions Breakfast - August 15, 8:30 a.m. - Freedom Baptist Church 
3 on 3 Basketball Tournament - September 5 - UNCW Campus 

Pastor Appreciation Sunday - October 11 or another Sunday of your choice 

Worship in music with Rick Gilley, and message by Wayne Dyer, Director of 
Missions, Davis Baptist Association in New York. Rev. Dyer's challenge for a 
Christian/Baptist witness in the northeast is great. 

Benediction by Danny Hawkins. 

There were 13 church program orientation conferences to follow. The Brazil 
people met briefly following the orientation conferences. 



Minutes and financial reports were approved. 



Ed King, Nominating 



Media Needs 
Computer Needs 
Brazil Missions 



Pray for ACTS 
New York Missions 
Stewardship Emphasis 



Respectfully submitted, 
Dot Hall, Clerk 



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PROCEEDINGS 
NINETY-SECOND SESSION 
October 19, 1992 
Sunset Park Baptist Church 

Theme: "Mission Vision - Experience It" 



1. Registration - 1:45 P.M. 

2. Prelude 

3. Session Convened - Rev. Danny Hawkins, Vice Moderator 

4. Hymn Medley 

5. Scripture & Invocation - Rev. Ronald Bryan 

6. Adoption of Program - Rev. Dennis Bazemore 

7. Words of Welcome - Rev. Oscar Holland 

8. Recognition of Guest 

9. Business Session - Reports listed in Book of Reports 

Panel Leader - Ed Bullock 

Sunday School - Ruth Murray 

Discipleship Training - Eddie Davis 

Woman's Missionary Union - Catherine Sneeden 

Brotherhood - J. P. McGinnis 

Music - Peggy Croom 

Youth Ministries - Vance Midgett 

Evangelism Ministries - Onree Fisher 

Media Ministries - Louise Fisher 

Communications - Joan Brewer 

Prayer Support - Paul Nix 

Church Renewal Development - John Truitt 

Seminary Extension - Vincent Wall 

ACTS TV Network - Dana McAtee 

10. Hymn Medley 

11. Missions Development Through Social Ministries 

Panel Leader - Mary Margaret Brooks 
Director - Paul Nix 
Inner City Mission - David Brisson 
Children's Clothes Closet - June Tregembo 
Literacy - Billie Granger 
Physically Handicapped - Dixie Riley 
Day Care & After School Care - Geral Green 
Homeless Ministries - Perry Laymon 
Family Assistance - Mary Margaret Brooks 
Bloodmobile - Laura Spivey 
Missions Development Through Outreach 

Panel Leader - Mary Margaret Brooks 
Director - Paul Nix 
Multi-Housing - Thurman Allred 
Black Church Relations - A. H. Harrell 
Inter-faith - Mike Moore 
Inner City - David Brisson 
Chaplaincy - Mac Wallace 
Resort/Leisure - Don Horn 

Christian Life & Public Affairs - C. L. Holliday 
Church Extension - Bill Oaks 

International Seaman's Center - Delorea Milliken 
Rescue Mission of Cape Fear - Bobby Harrelson 

12. Report - The N.C. Baptist Hospital Counseling Center at Wilmington - Dr. 

Mac Wallace 

13. Hymn of Praise 

14. Miscellaneous Business 

Recognition of new pastors and church staff. 

Presentation of Nominating Committee - Ed Bullock in the absence of Ed 

King. Motion seconded and carried. 
Presentation & adoption of the 1992-93 Budget - Kemmy Goodson 

Motion seconded and carried. 
Cape Fear Literacy Council recognition - Tom Townsend 

15. Report - Church & Community Ministries - Mary Margaret Brooks 

16. Hymn Medley 

17. Report - Baptist Student Union - Carlene Evans 

18. Baptist Student Union Ensemble 



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19. Message - The Associational Plan - Ed Bullock 

20. Benediction - Thanksgiving for Fellowship Dinner - Ed Elliott 



SESSION TWO : Gary Trawick - Presiding 

21. Prelude - Joey Marlowe, Pianist 

22. Call To Order - Gary Trawick, Moderator 

23. Hymn Medley 

24. Scripture and Invocation - Rev. Richard Everett 

25. Missions Development Through Language Missions 

Panel Leader - Mary Margaret Brooks 
Director - Paul Nix 

Language Missions Director - Dr. Naseem Naarallah 

Hispanic Ministries - Gus & Peggy Lara 

Korean Ministry - Graig Register 

Chinese Ministry - {Catherine Godwin 

Japanese Ministry - Sally Lennon 

ESL - Gladys Baker 

26. Korean Choir and Pastor, Rev. Tae Ku Lee 

27. Miscellaneous Business 

Bill Oaks Presented St. Paul Baptist Church to be accepted in the WBA 
as the first Black Church to join the Wilmington Baptist Association. 
Motion was seconded approved. 
WBA Executive Committee made a motion to appoint a committee to explore 
the possibilities of establishing a Baptist Retirement Home in New 
Hanover County. Motion was carried. 
- Time, Place, Preacher Committee was appointed and the following persons 
were elected to serve on that committee: Mike Moore, David DeVane, and 
Robert Shipp. 

28. Dr. William Stillerman brought a message from the N.C. Baptist Homes for 

the Aging. 

29. Hymn of Praise 

30. Special Music by the Sunset Park Baptist Church Choir with guest soloist, 

Bruce Creech 

31. Annual Sermon by Dr. Mike Queen 

32. Benediction by Rev. Bobby Mowery 

Tuesday, October 20, 1992 
Atkinson Baptist Church 

Theae: "Missions Vision - Experience It" 

SESSION THREE - Gary Trawick - Presiding 
Music Directed by Peggy Croom 

33. Prelude - Phyllis Kelly, Pianist 

34. Call to Order - Gary Trawick 

35. Hymn Medley 

36. Scripture and Invocation - Rev. David McLaurin 

37. Words of Welcome - Rev. Tommy Kelly 

38. Special Music - The Floyd Family, Atkinson Baptist Church 

39. Missions Development Through Volunteerism that We Have Served In 

Panel Leader - Ed Bullock 

Director - Paul Nix 

Brazil - Bill Dixon 

Poland - George & Jo Stephens 

Ukraine - Lamar Brooke 

West Virginia - Grady Barnes 

Florida - Tom & Gladys Baker 

Rocky Point - Jimmie Suggs, Jr. 

Hope Baptist Mission - David DeVane 

WBA - A. H. Harrell 

Lay Revival - Melvin Hall 

Lay Renewal - John Truitt 

40. Miscellaneous Business 

41. Special Music - Peggy Croom 

42. Message - Lt . Clebe McClary 

43. Benediction - Rev. James Cagle 



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REGISTERED MESSENGERS 
ATKINSON : Mr. Dalton Downing, Mr. Wiley J. Green, Mrs. Jewel Green 
BEAR BRANCH : Mr. Raymond Lewis, Mr. Robert L. Carroll, Rev. John Allen 
BURGAW : Dr. Francis Chesson, Mr. Gary Trawick 

CALVARY : Rev. Richard Everett, Mrs. Katherine Godwin, Rev. C. L. King, Rev. 

Vance Midgett, Mr. & Mrs. John Giddens, Mr. & Mrs. Frank Cavenaugh, Mr. 
& Mrs. Charles Fox, Sr., Mr. S Mrs. Chester Moore 

CENTERVILLE : Mr. Terry Mitchell, Miss Jean Henry, Ms. Catherine Sneeden 

COLLEGE ACRES : Mr. Sam Wells, Mrs. Joan Brewer, Mr. Steve Betz 

FOREST HILLS : Rev. & Mrs. James Cagle 

GIBSON AVENUE : Mr. Corky Woodcock, Mrs. Theresa Meares, Mrs. Marilyn Bohon, Mr. 
Steve Bohon 

GREENFIELD : Mrs. Susie Wells, Mrs. Debra Godwin, Mr. Franklin Collins, Mr. Lloyd 
Arter, Mrs. Myrtle Towles 

HAMPSTEAD : Mr. Carl Wilbanks, Mr. David Camp, Mrs. Cindy Justice, Mr. Rick 
Ketchum 

HAW BLUFF : Rev. Robert Compton, Mrs. Victor Colvin, Mrs. Bessie Horrell 
HISPANA. PRIMERA : Rev. Gus Lara, Mrs. Peggy Lara 

IVANHOE: Mrs. Dorothy Hall, Mrs. Edna Lyerly, Ms. Loraine Moore, Mr. Bonnie 
Horrell, Mr. Larry Horrell 

LAKE FOREST : Dr. Ralph Holt, Rev. Gus Lara, Mrs. Peggy Lara, Mrs. Lucille 
Herring, Mrs. Jackie Holt, Mr. Harold Jacobs, Mr. Rodney Pearson, Mr. Clint 
Betz 

LONG LEAF : Mr. Clyde Cox, Ms. Louise Carroll, Mr. & Mrs. Anderson 

MURRAY MEMORIAL ; Dr. Allen McKeithan, Mr. Steve McLean, Rev. William Shourds, 
Mr. Kemmy Goodson, Mr. Davis Carr, Mrs. Joyce Paramore, Mr. Glenn Kling, 
Mr. Larry Paramore 

MYRTLE GROVE : Rev. Bobby Mowery, Mrs. Frances Mowery 

OAK GROVE : Rev. Rick Howell 

OGDEN : Rev. Duncan Futrelle, Mr. A. H. Harrell 
OLIVET : Rev. Willie Sheppard, Mr. Randall File 

RILEY ' S CREEK : Mr. & Mrs. Rick Beacham, Ms. Becky Blanchard, Mrs. Linda Richards 



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SCOTTS HILL : Dr. Eddie Davis 

SEA GATE : Mr. Abner Tartt, Mrs. Shirley Tartt, Mrs. Katherine McKinzie, 
Mrs. Sharan Stunley, Mr. Levis Aurgemma 

SHILOH: Rev. Edward Elliott, Mrs. Caren Elliott, Mr. Cecil Eakins, Mrs. Mildred 
Eakins, Mr. Ray Rivenbark, Mr. Carl Hardison 

SILVER LAKE : Dr. Mike Moore, Mrs. Judy Moore, Mr. Daniel Zornes, Ms. Barbara 
Todd, Mr. McKoy Matthews, Mrs. Betty Sasser 

SOUTH SIDE : Mr. Romulu9 Britt, Mr. Gene Britt 

SUNSET PARK : Rev. Oscar Holland, Rev. Ed Hollis 

SURF CITY : Ms. Jessie Borchers, Mr. Bob Carnaghan, Mrs. Shirley Horn, Mr. Harold 
Batts, Mr. Tom Arndt, Mr. Lou Sauer, Jr. 

TEMPLE : Dr. James D. Whetstone, Rev. James J. Rogers, Miss Julie McVey, Mr. Tim 
Marshall, Mrs. Ruby Williams 

WHISPERING PINES : Dr. Charles C. Harris, Mrs. Faye Harris 

WILMINGTON, FIRST : Dr. Mike Queen, Mrs. Bobbie Queen, Mr. Onree Fisher, 
Mrs. Louise Fisher, Rev. Randolph Gregory 

WINTER PARK : Mrs. Sally Lennon, Mr. James Peterson, Ms. Allene Peterson, 

Mr. Walter Barnhill, Ms. Betty Barnhill, Mr. George Gaddy, Mrs. Mary Gaddy, 
Mr. Harris Malpass, Mrs. Marva Malpass, Mr. Billy Wall, Mrs. Jean Wall, 
Ms. Dorothy Hollis, Mrs. Libba Pruitt, Mr. Joe Allard, Mrs. Clarine Allard, 
Mr. William Norris 

WRIGHTSBORO : Dr. Harvey Whaley, Rev. Michael W. Lewis, Mrs. Peggy Croom, 
Mrs. Loretta White 

WRIGHTSVILLE BEACH : Rev. Danny Hawkins, Rev. Phil Rivenbark, Mr. John Truitt, 
Ms. Iris Most, Mrs. Marsha Cowart, Mr. Stan Wiley, Ms. Connie Simmons, 
Mr. Paul Spithaler, Mr. Eugene Floyd 



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Wilmington Inser t 




Churchfic ot the Wilmington Baptist Association 



1 . 


Wilmington Baptist 


21 . 


I vanhoe 


42. 


Shiloh 




Association 


22 . 


Kure Beach, 


43. 


Silver Lake 


2. 


Atkinson 




First 


44 . 


Southside 


3 . 


Barlow-Vista 


23 . 


Lake Forest 


45. 


Sunset Park 


4 . 


Bear Branch 


24 . 


Long Creek 


46. 


Surf City 


5 . 


Beth lehem 


25. 


Long Leaf 


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Watha 




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HELPING 
HURTING 
HUMANITY 



1993 MINUTES 



WILMINGTON BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 

610 SOUTH COLLEGE ROAD 
WILMINGTON, NORTH CAROLINA 20403 
(010)700-1100 




WAKE FOREST UNIVERSITY LIBRARY 



3 0399 0755490 B 



WAKE FOREST 




Z. Smith Reynolds Library 



NOT TO BE CIRCULATED 



MINUTES 
OF THE 

WILMINGTON BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 
NINETY-SECOND ANNUAL SESSION 

HELD WITH 

CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH, WILMINGTON, NC 
OCTOBER 18, 1993 
RILEY'S CREEK BAPTIST CHURCH, ROCKY POINT, NC 
OCTOBER 19, 1993 
THE NEXT ANNUAL SESSION WILL BE HELD 
OCTOBER 17, 1994 
PINE VALLEY BAPTIST CHURCH, WILMINGTON, NC 
OCTOBER 18, 1994 
FOREST HILLS BAPTIST CHURCH, BURGAW, NC 
ANNUAL SERMON: DR. EDDIE DAVIS, III 



IN MEMORY 
OF 

REV. 
ALBERT C. 
"RED" 
BEALL 

September?, 1929 
-April 30, 1993 



The 1993 Minutes are dedicated to Rev. Albert C. "Red" Beall. Red 
went to be with his Heavenly Father on April 30, 1993. He was born in 
Wrightsville Beach, N.C. on September 7, 1929, and was very well 
known in the Wilmington area as a businessman and minister. Red had 
been pastor of two churches in the Wilmington Baptist Association, 
Rocky Point Baptist Church and Bear Branch Baptist Church. Red 
served on the first Board of Directors for the N.C. Baptist Hospital 
Counseling Center at Wilmington. He had retired from the pastorate 
and he and his wife, Mary Katheryn, had joined Ogden Baptist Church 
where he was Outreach Director. Red and Mary Katheryn have three 
sons and two daughters. 

Rev. Beall was dedicated to helping those in need, especially young 
people. He loved young people and enjoyed working with them. He 
and Mary Katheryn opened their home numerous times to people who 
needed help. 

It is with great gratitude for his Christian faith, witness and service 
to the Lord that we dedicate the 1993 Minutes of the Wilmington Baptist 
Association to the memory of Rev. "Red" Beall. 




TABLE OF CONTENTS 



ANNUAL SESSION PROCEEDINGS 101-102 

ASSOCIATION/CHURCHES LIAISON REPRESENTATIVES 27 

ASSOCIATIONAL DIRECTORY 1-26 

BUDGET 1991-1992 66-68 

Budget Expenditures 69-71 

Financial Report 72 

Gifts from the Churches 73 

CHURCH DIRECTORY 28-43 

CHURCH ORDAINED MINISTERS 74-75 

DECEASED 77-79 

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE MINUTES 82-98 

GENERAL BOARD MINUTES 99-100 

HISTORICAL TABLES 80-81 

MAP OF THE ASSOCIATION 106-107 

MESSENGERS TO THE ASSOCIATION 103-105 

MINISTERS ORDAINED THIS YEAR 76 

PERSONS LICENSED THIS YEAR 76 

REPORTS TO THE ASSOCIATION 44-65 

TABLE ATHROUGH I 108-127 



ASSOC IATIONAL DIRECTORY 
WILMINGTON BAPTIST ASSOCIATION. 610 South College Rd.. Wilmington. NC 28403; 799 1160 

DIRECTOR OF MISSIONS - Rev. J. Edwin Bullock. 610 South College Road. Wilmington, NC 28403; 799-1160 or 
458-3454 (Temple) 

DIRECTOR OF CHURCH AND COMMUNITY MINISTRIES • Mrs. Mary Margaret Brooks. 414 Stonewall Jackson Dr., 
Wilmington, NC 28412; 395-1722 (Wilmington, First) 

DIRECTOR OF RESORTfLEISUREfBSU MINISTRIES • Carlene C. Evans, 610 South College Road, Wilmington, NC 
28403; 799-1160 (Wrightsboro) 

OFFICE SECBETARYfBOOKKEEPEB • Ms. Linda G. Carroll, 329 Wayne Dr., Wilmington, NC 28403; 763-6669 
(Wilmington, First) 

OFFICE SECRETARYIRECEPTIONIST - Mrs. Judy H. Norris, 611 Middle Sound Loop Rd., Lot #1, Wilmington, NC 
28405; 686-7110 (Ogden) 

INNER CITY MISSIONARY • Rev. David Brisson, 4427 Holly Tree Rd., Wilmington, NC 28409; 392-3508 (Wilmington, 
First) 

CHURCH RENEWALIDEVELOPMENT DIRECTOR - Mr. John Truitt, 601 N. Channel Dr., Wrightsville Beach, NC 
28480; 256-3272 (Wrightsville Beach) 

NC BH COUNSELING CENTER DIRECTORfCOUNSELOR - Dr. Mac Wallace, 610 S. College Rd., Wilmington, NC 
28403; 799-1071 (Wilmington, First) 

NC BH COUNSELING CENTER SECRETARY • Mrs. Sophia Phelps, 610 S. College Rd., Wilmington, NC 28403; 799- 
1071 (Masonboro) 

NC BH COUNSELING CENTER BOOKKEEPER - Ms. Dorothy West, 610 S. College Rd., Wilmington, NC 28403; 799- 
1071 (Southside) 

DIRECTOR OF PSYCHOLOGICAL SERVICESfCOUNSELOR - Dr. George Franks, 610 S. College Rd., Wilmington. NC 
28403; 799-1071 

COUNSELOR - Mrs. Wendy Harris, 610 S. College Rd., Wilmington, NC 28403; 799-1071 (Calvary) 
COUNSELOR Mrs. Linda Longley, 610 S. College Rd., Wilmington, NC 28403; 799-1071 (Riley's Creek) 



OFFICERS (ELECTED ANNUALLY) 

Moderator Rev. Danny Hawkins, P. 0. Box 21, Wrightsville Beach, NC 28480 256-3682 

(Wrightsville Beach) 

Vice Moderator Mr. Bobby Harrelson, P. 0. Box 4127, Wilmington, NC 28406-1127; 799-8855 

(Wrightsville Beach) 



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Clerk 

Treasurer 
Asst. Treasurer 

Public Relations 
& Communications 

Historian 

Asst. Historian 

Trustees 



Area Group Leaders #1 

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Chairperson 



Mrs. Dot W. Hall, 146 Lafayette Street, Wilmington, NC 28405; 686-4455 
(Hampstead) 

Mr. Bernard Abrams, 1 809 Brewton Court, Wilmington, NC 28403; 762-6943 (Calvary) 

Ms. Tammy Blizzard, 1538 Pembroke Jones Dr., Wilmington, NC 28403; 256-6006 
(Wrightsville Beach) 

Mrs. Joan Brewer 121 S. Cardinal Dr., Wilmington, NC 28403; 799-7818 
(College Acres) 

Miss Jean Henry, Rt. 1, Box 19, Kelly, NC 28448; 669-2907 (Centerville) 

Ms. Hattie Squires, RFD, Currie, NC 28435, (Canetuck) 

Mr. W. W. Lennon, 2226 Brandon Road, Wilmington, NC 28405; 763-5585 
(Winter Park) 

Mr. Paul Spithaler, P. 0. Box 332, Wrightsville Beach, NC 28480; 256-3081 
(Wrightsville Beach) 

Mr. Arnold Ray Potter, 248 Jeb Stuart Drive, Wilmington, NC 28412; 791-0421 
(Sunset Park) 

Mr. Eugene Floyd, Rt. 1, Box 171, Kelly, NC 28448; 283-5603 (Atkinson) 

Mr. Bill Futch, Rt. 3, Box 3200, Burgaw, NC 28425; 259-5399 (Rocky Point) 

Mr. Charles Stroud, 710 Porters Neck Rd., Wilmington, NC 28405; 686-0576 (Calvary) 

Mr. Onree Fisher, 2812 Princess Place Dr., Wilmington, NC 28405; 762-8055 
(Wilmington, First) 

Mr. Robert Shipp, 2053 Van Buren St., Wilmington, NC 28401; 762-2994 (Pine Valley) 

Mr. Admah Lanier, 3925 Scotts Hill Loop Rd., Wilmington, NC 28405; 686-7694 
(Scotts Hill) 

PERSONNEL COMMITTEE 

Mr. James Mott, 333 Holiday Hills Dr., Wilmington, NC 28403; 791-6323 (Masonboro) 

Rev. David Stewart, 106 Buccaneer Rd.. Wilmington, NC 28409; 392-0942 
(Masonboro) 

Mr. Stuart Brown, 143 High Tide Dr., Wilmington. NC 28405; 686-7413 (Scotts Hill) 

Mrs. Mary Leila Andrews, 1606 S. Live Oak Parkway, Wilmington, NC 28403; 
763-8723 (Temple) 



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Mrs. Sandra Reeves, 161 Brentwood Dr., Wilmington, NC 28401; 763-4992 (Olivet) 

Mrs. Lynn Taylor, Rt. 1, Box 283-A, Rocky Point, NC 28457; 675-3744 (Mount Holly) 

Mr. Rhodes Frazier, 1913 Prestwick Lane, Wilmington, NC 28405; 256-2648 
(Winter Park) 

PROPERTIES COMMITTEE 

Chairperson Mr. Grady Barnes, 205 Heritage Park Dr., Wilmington, NC 28401; 763-7071 (Calvary) 

Mr. Ken Phelps, 303 Haig Dr., Wilmington, NC 28412; 392-5110 (Masonboro) 

Mr. George Collins, 3823 Antelope Trail, Wilmington, NC 28409; 392-0643 
(Pine Valley) 

Mr. A. H. Harrell, 215 Northbrook Or., Wilmington. NC 28405; 791-8180 (Ogden) 

Mr. Ed Parker, 238 Long Leaf Acres Dr., Wilmington, NC 28405; 791-3851 
(Long Leaf) 

Mr. Leamon Mathis, 205 Peanut Rd., Hampstead, NC 28443; 270-2931 (Scotts Hill) 

Mr. George Gaddy, 234 Seacrest Dr., Wrightsville Beach, NC 28480; 256-3491 
(Winter Park) 

Mr. Raybourne Batchelor, 613 Ravenwood Rd., Hampstead, NC 28443; 270-4810 
(Barlow-Vista) 

Mr. Lowell B. Sherman, 117 Arlington Dr., Wilmington, NC 28401; 763-2037 (Olivet) 

MISSIONARY FURLOUGH HOUSE COMMITTEE 

Chairperson Ms. Yvonne Lewis, 145 Cliff side Dr., Wilmington, NC 28409; 799-0976 (Winter Park) 

Mrs. Shirley Jacobs, 502 Clearbrook Dr., Wilmington, NC 28409; 791-5624 
(Sunset Park) 

Mr. Glenn Kling, 206 Northbrook Dr., Wilmington, NC 28405; 392-0617 
(Murray Memorial) 

Mr. A. H. Harrell, 215 Northbrook Dr., Wilmington, NC 28405; 791-8180 (Ogden) 

Mrs. Laura Spivey, 1022 43rd St., Wilmington, NC 28403; 392-2772 (Winter Park) 

Mr. Derek Norris, 611 Middle Sound Loop Rd., Lot #1, Wilmington, NC 28405; 
686-7110 (Ogden) 



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CHURCH REVIEW 

Chairperson Rev. Danny Hawkins. P. 0. Box 21, Wrightsville Beach, NC 28480; 256-3682 

(Wrightsville Beach) 

Rev. Ed Bullock, 610 S. College Rd.. Wilmington, NC 28403; 799-1160 or 458-3454 
(Temple) 

Rev. Paul Nix, 104 Pecan Ave., Wilmington, NC 28403, 799-8525 (Sea Gate) 

Rev. Oavid Stewart, 106 Buccaneer Rd., Wilmington, NC 28409; 392-0942 
(Masonboro) 

Mr. Bill Oaks, 1513 Parmele Dr., Wilmington, NC 28401; 763-8174 (Sunset Park) 

Mrs. Linda Fowler, Rt. 4, Box 159, Leland, NC 28451. 371-9951 (Castle Hayne) 

Mrs. Billie Botts, 410 Sharon Dr., Wilmington, NC 28409; 791-3242 (Myrtle Grove) 

CONSTITUTION AND BY LAWS COMMITTEE 

Chairperson Rev. Melvin Hall, 146 Lafayette St., Wilmington, NC 28405; 686-4455 (Hampstead) 

Rev. Philip Eakins, Rt. 1, Box 286, Watha, NC 28471; 283-7657 (Moore's Creek) 

Mrs. Joan Brewer, 121 S. Cardinal Dr., Wilmington, NC 28403; 799-7818 
(College Acres) 

Mr. Robert Croom, 6924 Murrayville Rd., Wilmington, NC 28405; 395-4253 
(Gibson Avenue) 

Mrs. Joyce Russell. 1210 Bayside Circle W., Wilmington, NC 28405; 256-8447 
(Pine Valley) 

ORDINATION ADVISORY COMMITTEE 

Chairperson Rev. Steve Bolton, 409 N. Lake Park Blvd., Carolina Beach, NC 28428; 458-5134 

(Carolina Beach) 

Dr. Joe Peterson, P. 0. Box 232, Kure Beach, NC 28449; 458-5561 (Kure Beach) 

Mr. Bob Dudley, 323 Wallace Ave.. Wilmington. NC 28403; 392-3334 (College Acres) 

Rev. Robert E. Lee, 6218 Greenville Sound Rd., Wilmington, NC 28409; 350-0888 
(Sea Gate) 

Rev. Stacy Wells, 123 Shearin Hills Dr., Castle Hayne, NC 28429; 675-0162 
(Greenfield) 



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Rev. Bob Compton, Rt. 1, Box 131. Kelly, NC 28448; 669-2965 (Haw Bluff) 

Mr. Ford Rivenbark, P. 0. Box 546. Wallace, NC 28466; 285-2529 (Wallace, First) 

Rev. C. R. Price, 1022 Daisy Lee Dr., Wilmington, NC 28405; 791-5639 
(College Acres) 

Rev. Tommy Kelly, P. 0. Box 368, Atkinson, NC 28421; 283-7140 (Atkinson) 

Rev. Rick Howell, 6509 Greenville Loop Rd., Lot #208, Wilmington, NC 28409; 
791-1692 (Oak Grove) 

PROGRAM COMMITTEE 

Chairperson Or. Allen McKeithan, 2501 N. College Rd., Wilmington, NC 28405; 791-6053 

(Murray Memorial) 

Mrs. Chook Lee, 20 Leaf Lane, Hampstead, NC 28443; 270-3596 (Hampstead) 

Rev. Ed Elliott, Rt. 1, Box 288-H, Ivanhoe, NC 28447; 283-9676 (Shiloh) 

Rev. Billy Fowler, Rt. 4, Box 159, Leland, NC 28451; 371-9951 (Castle Hayne) 

Rev. Rick Gilley, 317 Shipyard Blvd., Wilmington, NC 28412; 763-2479 (Long Leaf) 

RESOLUTIONS AND MEMORIALS 

Chairperson Rev. Eugene Ridley, 31 7 Shipyard Blvd., Wilmington, NC 2841 2; 763-2479 (Long Leaf) 

Mrs. Mary Katheryn Beall, 1909 Creecy Ave., Wilmington, NC 28403; 762-4809 
(Ogden) 

Mrs. Thelma Rochelle, Rt. 2, Box 138-R, Rocky Point, NC 28457; 675-3584 (Victory) 

Mr. Bill Futch, Rt. 3, Box 3200, Burgaw, NC 28425; 259-5399 (Long Creek) 

ASSOCIATIONAL STRATEGY COMMITTEE 

Chairperson Rev. Duncan Futrelle, 7121 Market St., Wilmington, NC 28405; 686-7488 (Ogden) 

Rev. Jim Everette, 15 N. 5th St., Wilmington, NC 28401; 763-2471 (Wilmington, First) 

Mrs. Janet Hawkins, 4914 Seabrook Court, Wilmington, NC 28403; 395-6182 
(Wrightsville Beach) 

Mrs. Suzanne McCarthy, 4616 Bentley Dr., Wilmington, NC 28403; 395-1944 
(Pine Valley) 

Rev. Jimmy Napier, 802 N. College Rd., Wilmington, NC 28405; 799-4898 (Freedom) 
Rev. Oon Horn, P. 0. Box 2607, Surf City, NC 28445; 328-2831 (Surf City) 
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Chairperson 



Members At Large 



Chairperson 



Chairperson 



BAPTIST STUDENT UNION COUNCIL (BSUI 

Dr. Mike Queen, 15 N. 5th., Wilmington, NC 28401; 763-2471 (Wilmington, First) 

Rev. Michael Lewis, 2736 Castle Hayne Rd., Wilmington, NC 28401; 763-3181 
(Wrightsboro) 

Dr. Eddie Davis, 185 Scotts Hill Rd., Wilmington, NC 28405; 686-9885 (Scotts Hill) 

Rev. Dennis Bazemore, 408 W. Main St., Wilmington, NC 28466; 285-2534 
(Wallace, First) 

Dr. Lea Dudley, 323 N. Wallace Ave., Wilmington, NC 28403; 392-3334 
(College Acres) 

Rev. Jim Quails, Rt. 1, Box 270-B, Rocky Point, NC 28457; 675-2535 (Riley's Creek) 

Miss Sharyn Spell, 996 St. Andrews, Apt. 102, Wilmington, NC 28412; 313-1058 
(Wilmington, First) 

Dr. Tommy Lupton, 3813 Sweetbriar Rd., Wilmington, NC 28403; 799-4249 
(Temple) 

Ms. Carlene Evans, 610 S. College Rd., Wilmington, NC 28403; 799-1160 
(Wrightsboro) 

Mr. Rocky Myrick, 6218 Mallard St., Wilmington, NC 28403; 395-0207 
(Murray Memorial) 

SEMINARY EXTENSION COUNCIL 

Rev. Vincent Wall, 217 Pinecliff Dr., Wilmington, NC 28409; 799-9024 (Southside) 

Rev. Horace Jackson, 320 Northern Blvd., Wilmington, NC 28401; 762 0627 
(Sunset Park) 

Rev. Jim Cagle, 2711 Penderlea Hwy., Burg aw, NC 28425; 259-2286 (Forest Hills) 

Rev. Thurman Alfred. 1504 Village Dr., Wilmington, NC 28403; 799-0586 (Pine Valley) 

Dr. Mike Moore, 4715 Carolina Beach Rd., Wilmington, NC 28412; 791-9171 
(Silver Lake) 

INTERNATIONAL SEAMAN'S SERVICE CENTER 

Mrs. Geraldine McGinnis, 4811 Carolina Beach Rd., Wilmington, NC 28412; 791-9123 
(Masonboro) 

Mr. W. W. Lennon, 2226 Brandon Rd., Wilmington, NC 28405; 763-5585 (Winter Park) 
Mrs. Betty Stines, 2130 Shirley Rd., Wilmington, NC 28405; 763-2941 (Calvary) 



ESULITEBACY COMMITTEE 

Mrs. Gladys Baker, 136 LaSalle Dr., Wilmington, NC 28405; 686-9194 (Scotts Hid) 

Mrs. Sally Lennon, 2226 Brandon Rd., Wilmington, NC 28405; 763-5585 (Winter Park) 

Mrs. Ruth Gronosky, 4104 Appleton Way, Wilmington, NC 28402; 791-8882 
(Winter Park) 

Mrs. Mary Ellen Benton, 909 Kings Grant Rd., Wilmington NC 28405; 791-8663 
(Winter Park) 

Ms. Dorothy Murphy, 2017 Albert Circle, Wilmington, NC 28403; 799-5301 
(Winter Park) 

ACTS TV NETWORK COMMITTEE 

Mr. Dana McAtee, 4700 Wrightsville Ave., Wilmington, NC 28403; 251-1930 
(Winter Park) 

RESCUE MISSION 

Mr. Bobby Harrelson, P. 0. Box 4127, Wilmington, NC 28406; 799-8855 (Wrightsville 
Beach) 

SUNDAY SCHOOL ASSIST TEAM 

Dr. Mike Moore, 4715 Carolina Beach Rd., Wilmington, NC 28412; 791-9171 
(Silver Lake) 

Mrs. Katharine Godwin, 423 N. 23rd St., Wilmington, NC 28405; 762-5608 (Calvary) 

Rev. Jim Everette, 15 N. 5th St., Wilmington, NC 28401; 763-2471; 
(Wilmington, First) 

Mrs. Ruth Murray, 3940 Shipyard Blvd., Wilmington, NC 28403; 791-1949 
(Pine Valley) 

Miss Julie McVey, 1801 Market St., Wilmington, NC 28403; 763-3351 (Temple) 

Mr. Mike Ashecraft, 702 Eastwood Rd., Wilmington, NC 28403; 799-3773 
(College Acres) 

Mrs. Teresa McLemore, 13 Patrick Henry Ct., Wallace, NC 28466; 285-4757 
(Wallace, First) 

Rev. Dondi Pace, 2736 Castle Hayne Rd., Wilmington, NC 28401; 763-3181 
(Wrightsboro) 

Mrs. Wendy Welker, 334 Dogwood Rd., Hampstead, NC 28443; 270-91 66 (Hampstead) 



Pre school Dir. 
V.B.S. Dir. 

Director 
Asst. Director 

Adult Dir. 
Youth Dir. 

Children's Dir. 
Bible Drill Dir. 
Pre-School Dir. 

New Church Member Director 
Equipping Center Director 

Director 

Asst. Director/Advisor 

Secretary 

Baptist Men's 
President 

Mission Study Dir. 

Mission Action Dir. 

Mission Stewardship 
Director 

R.A. Director 



Mrs. Janice Puckett, 330 Burbank Rd., Wilmington. NC 28412; 392-6831 
(Wilmington, First) 

DISCIPLESHIP TRAIHIMG COUNCIL 

Dr. Eddie Davis, 185 Scotts Hill Road, Wilmington, NC 28405; 686-9885 (Scotts Hill) 

Mr. John Truitt, 601 N. Channel Dr., Wrightsville Beach, NC 28480; 256-3272 
(Wrightsville Beach) 

Rev. Bill Batten, 702 Eastwood Road, Wilmington, NC 28403; 799-3773 
(College Acres) 

Ms. Liz Hall, Rt. 1, Box 383, Willard, NC 28478; (Penderlea) 



BROTHERHOOD COUNCIL 

Mr. Tommy Todd, 3517 Middle Sound Loop Rd., Wilmington, NC 28405; 686-7616 
(Scotts Hill) 

Mr. J. P. McGinnis, 4811 Carolina Beach Rd., Wilmington, NC 28412; 791-9123 
(Masonboro) 

Mr. Jay Adams, 210 Davie Dr., Wilmington, NC 28403; 392-6490; (Long Leaf) 
Mr. Jim Robinson, P. 0. Box 631, Burgaw, NC 28425; 259-2165 (Burgaw) 



Mr. George Stephens, 307 Robert E. Lee Dr., Wilmington, NC 28412; 791-0522 
(Pine Valley) 

Mr. Hal Langley, 2018 Washington St., Wilmington, NC 28401; 763-8676 
(Sunset Park) 

Mr. Charles Fox, Sr., 4211 Park Ave., Wilmington, NC 28403; 799-3781 
(Calvary) 

Mr. Kenneth W. Cascell, 4114 Wrightsville Ave., Wilmington, 28403; 452-9996 
(Calvary) 

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R.A. H.S. B.Y.M. Dir. 
R.A. Crusader Leader 

R.A. Pioneer Leader 

Rec, Olympics & 
Campcraft Leader 

Lay Renewal Dir. 

Lay Witness Dir. 
Correctional Ministries Dir. 
Agriculture Ministries Dir. 

Healthcare Ministries Dir. 

Construction Dir. 



Rev. Ed Bullock, 610 S. College Rd.. Wilmington, NC 28403; 791-1160 (Temple) 

Mr. Larry Mathews, 1105 Lord Thomas Rd., Wilmington, NC 28405; 799-5777 
(Long Leaf) 



Mr. 0. J. Atkinson, 1718 N. Kerr Ave., Wilmington, NC 28405; 799-6426 
(Lake Forest) 

Mr. John Truitt, 601 N. Channel Dr., Wrightsville Beach, NC 28480; 256-3272 
(Wrightsville Beach) 

Mr. Larry Botts, 410 Sharon Dr., Wilmington, NC 28403; 791-3242 (Myrtle Grove) 



Mr. Admah Lanier, 3925 Scotts Hill Loop Rd., Wilmington, NC 28405; 686-7694 
(Scotts Hill) 

Dr. Chris Blake, 10565 US Hwy. 17 N., Wilmington, NC 28405; 686-0206 
(Scotts Hill) 

Mr. A. H. Harrell, 215 Northbrook Dr., Wilmington, NC 28405; 791-8180 (Ogden) 



Transportation Dir. Mr. Eb Hales, P. 0. Box 3613, Wilmington, NC 28406; 791-5252 (Sunset Park) 

Disaster Response Dir. Mr. Bill Anderson, 1914 Carolina Beach Rd., Wilmington, NC 28403; 763-4613 

(Long Leaf) 

Communication Ministries Dir. Mr. Bill Bullard, 122 Partridge Rd., Wilmington, NC 28412; 791-0565 (Masonboro) 



Lay Revival Committee: 
Chairperson 



Lay Renewal Committee: 
Chairperson 



Mr. Larry Botts, 410 Sharon Dr., Wilmington, NC 28403; 791-3242 (Myrtle Grove) 

Rev. Melvin Hall, 146 Lafayette St., Wilmington, NC 28405; 270-3307 (Hampstead) 

Mr. Ernest Gott, 6986 Horse Branch Rd., Watha, NC 28471; 285-7895 (Watha) 

Rev. Sonny Reeves, 161 Brentwood Dr., Wilmington, NC 28401; 763-4992 (Olivet) 

Mr. Onree Fisher, 2812 Princess Place Dr., Wilmington, NC 28405; 762-8055 
(Wilmington, First) 



Mr. John Truitt, 601 N. Channel Dr., Wrightsville Beach. NC 28480; 256-3272 
(Wrightsville Beach) 

Mr. Dale Blake, Rt. 1, Box 29NB, Winnabow, NC 28479; 371-9239 (Long Leaf) 



Mr. Rocky Myrick, 6218 Mallard St.. Wilmington. NC 28403; 395-0207 
(Murray Memorial) 

Rev. Robert Millis. 244 Church St.. Willard. NC 28478; 285-3942 (Willard) 

Disaster Response Committee: 

Chairperson Mr. Bill Anderson, 1914 Carolina Beach Rd., Wilmington, NC 28403; 763-4613 

(Long Leaf) 

Mr. Bill Bullard, 122 Partridge Rd., Wilmington, NC 28412; 791-0565 (Masonboro) 

Mr. Antonia Victoria. 1715 F S. 41st St., Wilmington, NC 28403; (Pine Valley) 

Mr. Jim Simmons,418 Stonewall Jackson Or., Wilmington, NC 28412; (Temple) 

Mr. Glenn Kling, 206 Northbrook Or., Wilmington, NC 28405; (Northside) 

Mrs. Mary Eakins, 405 Center Or., Hampstead. NC 28443; (Scotts Hill) 

Mr. Bert Voet, 26 W. Oxford St., Wrightsville Beach, NC 28480; (Wrightsville Beach) 

Mr. James Tate, 6612 Gordon Rd., Wilmington, NC 28405; (Scotts Hill) 

Mrs. Joyce Oyler, 225 Pilgrim Circle, Wilmington, NC 28401; 7634826 (Wrightsboro) 

Mr. Ray Benton, 909 Kings Grant Rd., Wilmington, NC 28405; 791-8663 (Winter Park) 

Correctional Ministries Committee: 

Chairperson Mr. Jim Robinson, P. 0. Box 631, Burgaw, NC 28425; 259-2165 (Burgaw) 

Mr. Graig Register, 180- A Arlington Dr., Wilmington, NC 28401; 762-1200 (Ogden) 

Mrs. Oebi Edge, P. 0. Box 3752, Wilmington. NC 28406; 458-4173 

Rev. Joe Windley, 705 S. Fifth St., Wilmington. NC 28401; 763-2714 

Rev. Bert Wheeler. 190 Stage Park Rd.. Burgaw, NC 28425; 259-5562 

Mr. Jimmie Suggs, Jr., 106 Laffitte St., Wilmington, NC 28405; 686-0007 
(Scotts Hill) 

Construction Committee: 

Chairperson Mr. A. H. Harrell, 215 Northbrook Dr., Wilmington. NC 28405; 791-8180 (Ogden) 

Mr. Ken Phelps, 303 Haig Dr., Wilmington, NC 28412; 392-5110 (Masonboro) 

Mr. Grady Barnes, 205 Heritage Park Dr., Wilmington, NC 28401; 763-7071 (Calvary) 

Mr. R. F. Parker, 6349 Myrtle Grove Rd., Wilmington, NC 28409; 791-4116 
(Myrtle Grove) 



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Mr. Raybourne Batchelor, 613 Ravenwood Rd., Hampstead, NC 28443; 270-4810 
(Barlow-Vista) 

Mr. Claude Shore, 38 Fern Creek Lane, Carolina Beach, NC 28428; 458-8144 
(Kure Beach, First) 

Mr. Jay Adams, 210 Davie Dr., Wilmington, NC 28412; 392-6490 (Long Leaf) 

Mr. Dale Easterfing, 1839 Farley Dr., Wilmington, NC 28405; 791-4831 (Northside) 

Mr. Joe Sholar, 722 Mohican Trail, Wilmington, NC 28409; 791-9425 (Pine Valley) 

Mr. Leamon Mathts, 83 Peanut Rd., Hampstead, NC 28443; 270-2931 (Scotts Hill) 

Mr. Mike Taylor, Rt. 1, Box 283, Rocky Point, NC 28457; 675-3744 (Mount Holly) 

Mr. Clifton Howard, 152 Sloop Point Rd.. Hampstead, NC 28443; 270-4651 
(Barlow-Vista) 

Mr. Bill Jacobs, 338 N. Crestwood Dr., Wilmington, NC 28405; 395-1951 (Northside) 

Healthcare Committee: 

Chairperson Dr. Chris Blake, 10565 US Hwy. 17, Wilmington, NC 28405; 686-0206 (Scotts Hill) 

Dr. Bertram Williams, 1114 Forest Hills Dr., Wilmington, NC 28403; 763-1336 
(Wilmington, First) 

Mrs. Mary Ellen Benton, 909 Kings Grant Rd., Wilmington, NC 28405; 791-8663 
(Winter Park) 

Dr. Bruce Williams, 406 Bickett St., Burgaw, NC 28425; 259-5183 (Burgaw) 

Dr. Bob Andrews, 1606 Live Oak Pkwy., Wilmington, NC 28403; 763-8723 (Temple) 

Dr. C. Ben Smith, 6412 Quail Run, Wilmington, NC 28409; 799 0893 
(Wrightsville Beach) 

Mrs. Suzanne McCarthy, 4616 Bentley Dr., Wilmington, NC 28409; 395-1944 
(Pine Valley) 

Mrs. Joyce Oyler, 225 Pilgrim Circle, Wilmington. NC 28401; 763-4826 (Wrightsboro) 

Transportation Committee: 

Chairperson Mr. Eb Hales. P. 0. Box 3613. Wilmington, NC 28406; 791-5252 (Sunset Park) 

Mr. Ray Richardson, 5518 Captains Lane, Wilmington, NC 28409; 791-4182 
(College Acres) 

Mr. Dewey Williams, 1701 N. Lumina Ave., Wrightsville Beach, NC 28480; 256-9238 
(Sunset Park) 

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Agriculture Committee: 
Chairperson 



W.M.U. Director 
W.M.U. Asst. Director 
Secretary 

Mission Action Dir. 

Enlistment/Enlargement 
Director 

Historian 

Baptist Women Dir. 
Baptist Young Women Dir. 
Acteens Director 

Girls In Action Dir. 
Mission Friends Dir. 

Language Director 
Nominating Committee 



Mr. Bryan Todd, 7811 Raintree Rd.. Wilmington, NC 28405; 686-1420 (Scotts Hill) 
Mr. Rickie Evans. 5380 Greenville Loop Rd., Wilmington. NC 28409; (Wilmington, First) 
Mr. Hollis Batson, 133 Stoneybrook Rd., Wilmington, NC 28405; 686-9064 (Ogden) 

Mr. Admah Lanier, 3925 Scotts Hill Loop Rd., Wilmington, NC 28405; 686-7694 
(Scotts Hill) 

Mr. Eugene Floyd, Rt. 1, Box 171, Kelly, NC 28448; 283-5603 (Atkinson) 
Mr. Leroy Sykes, P. 0. Box 124, Ivanhoe, NC 28447; 5324957 (Ivanhoe) 
Mr. Wallace West, Rt. 1, Willard, NC 28478; 285-7700 (Willard) 
Mr. Charles White, 601 Lee Dr., Burgaw, NC 28425; 259-2085 (Burgaw) 
W.M.U. COUNCIL 

Mrs. Dixie Wilkins, 59 Port 0 Pines, Wilmington, NC 28405; 395-6728 (Wrightsboro) 
Mrs. Debbie Capps, 2902 Sidbury Rd., Wilmington, NC 28405; 686-7623 (Freedom) 



Mrs. Frances Anderson, 1914 Carolina Beach Rd., Wilmington, 28403; 763-4631 
(Long Leaf) 

Mrs. Frances Harrell, 344 Cape Fear Blvd., Wilmington, NC 28401; 763-5887 
(Long Leaf) 

Miss Jean Henry, Rt. 1, Box 19, Kelly, NC 28448; 669-2907 (Centerville) 



Miss Margaret Burke, 261 1 Columbia Ave., Wilmington, NC 28403; 763-6966 (Temple) 

Mrs. Glenda Bohannon, 515 Colony Circle N., Wilmington, NC 28409; 392-2466 
(Silver Lake) 

Miss Becky Royal, 803 Gordon Woods, Wilmington, NC 28405; 395-6384 (Masonboro) 

Mrs. Marsha Cowan, 106 Circle Dr., Wrightsville Beach, NC 28480; 256-5541 
(Wrightsville Beach) 

Mrs. Sally Lennon, 2226 Brandon Rd.. Wilmington, NC 28405; 763-5585 (Winter Park) 
Mrs. Mary Lennon, 157 Cliff side Dr., Wilmington, NC 28409; 791-8916 (Southside) 
Mrs. Ruby Williams, 3517 Chalmers Dr., Wilmington, NC 28403; 791-3433 (Temple) 
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Mrs. Betty Sasser, 299 Shannon Dr., Wilmington, NC 28409; 799-2427 (Silver Lake) 

Mrs. Ercelle Fox, 4211 Park Ave., Wilmington, NC 28403; 799-3781 (Calvary) 

Mrs. Flora Bass, 100 Whitman Ave., Castle Hayne, NC 28429; 762-1787 (Wrightsboro) 

Mrs. Lynn Taylor, Rt. 1, Box 283A, Rocky Point, NC 28457; 675-3744 (Mt. Holly) 

Ms. Cathy Thornton, Rt. 1, Box 21, Kelly, NC 28448; 669-2854; (Centerville) 

Mrs. Sandra Reeves, 161 Brentwood Dr., Wilmington, NC 228401; 763-4992 (Olivet) 

Mrs. Betty Sasser, 299 Shannon Dr., Wilmington, NC 28409; 799-2427 (Silver Lake) 

Mrs. Mary Lennon, 157 Cliffside Dr., Wilmington, NC 28409; 791-8916 (Southside) 

Mrs. Pam Padgett, 1555 Watts Landing Rd„ Hampstead, NC 28443; 329-6621 
(Barlow-Vista) 

MUSIC COUNCIL 

Mrs. Peggy Croom, 2736 Castle Hayne Rd., Wilmington, NC 28401; 763-3181 
(Wrightsboro) 

Rev. Clifton Harris, 4700 Wrightsville Ave., Wilmington, NC 28403; 791-4725 
(Winter Park) 

Rev. Phil Rivenbark, P. 0. Box 21, Wrightsville Beach, NC 28480; 256-3682 
(Wrightsville Beach) 

Rev. Randy Speight, 802 N. College Rd., Wilmington, NC 28405; 799-4898 (Freedom) 

Rev. C. L. King, 423 N. 23rd St., Wilmington, NC 28405; 762-5608 (Calvary) 

Rev. Ed Hollis, 231 Central Blvd., Wilmington, NC 28401; 762-4486 (Sunset Park) 

Mrs. Glenda Bohannon, 515 Colony Circle N., Wilmington, NC 28409; 392-2466 
(Silver Lake) 

Rev. Darby Worrell, 185 Scotts Hill Loop Rd., Wilmington, NC 28405; 686-9885 
(Scotts Hill) 



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EVANGELISM COUNCIL 

Mr. Onree Fisher, 2812 Princess Place Dr., Wilmington, NC 28405; 762-8055 
{Wilmington, First) 

Rev. Randy Speight, 802 N. College Rd., Wilmington, NC 28405; 799-4898 (Freedom) 

Rev. Greg Newton, P. 0. Box 25, Castle Hayne, NC 28429; 675-0586 (Castle Hayne) 

Rev. Jeff Nichols, 702 Eastwood Rd., Wilmington, NC 28403; 799-3773 
(College Acres) 

Rev. Richard Everett. 423 N. 23rd St., Wilmington, NC 28405; 762-5608 (Calvary) 

Rev. Oavid McLaurin, 3940 Shipyard Blvd., Wilmington, NC 28403; 791-1949 
(Pine Valley) 

Rev. Melvin Hall, 146 LaFayette St., Wilmington, NC 28405; 686-4455 (Hampstead) 

Rev. Joe Davis, 4383 Blueberry Rd., Currie, NC 28435; 283-7133 (Pine View) 

Mr. Marshall Williams, 601 Raleigh Rd., Wallace, NC 28466; 285-2275 (Shiloh) 

Mrs. Com Andress, 2609 Cranbrook Dr., Wilmington, NC 28405; 392-2057 
(Murray Memorial) 

Mr. Scott Myers, 605 Windemere Rd., Wilmington, NC 28405; 799-9605 (Temple) 
YOUTH COUNCIL 

Rev. Vance Midgett, 423 N. 23rd St., Wilmington, NC 28405; 762-5608 (Calvary) 

Rev. Dondi Pace, 2736 Castle Hayne Rd., Wilmington, NC 28401; 763-3181 
(Wrightsfaoro) 

Mrs. Judy Norris, 610 S. College Rd., Wilmington, NC 28403; 799-1160 (Ogden) 

Ms. Jennifer Mathews, P. 0. Box 385, Burgaw, NC 28425; 259-4310 (Burgaw) 

Mr. Dodd Mays, 802 N. College Rd., Wilmington, NC 28405, 799-4898 (Freedom) 

Mr. Mike Ashecraft, 702 Eastwood Rd., Wilmington, NC 28403; 799-3773 
(College Acres) 

Rev. Greg Newton, P. 0. Box 25, Castle Hayne, NC 28429; 675-0586 (Castle Hayne) 
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Chairperson 



Chairperson 



Director 



RECREATION COUNCIL 

Mr. Kevin Lee, 1607 Jettys Reach, Wilmington, NC 28409; 392-4338 (Silver Lake) 

Mr. David Holden, 223 N. 25th St., Apt. B., Wilmington, NC 28401; 251-7853 
(Winter Park) 

Rev. Tommy Kelly, P. 0. Box 368. Atkinson, NC 28421; 283-7140 (Atkinson) 

Mr. Mike Taylor, Rt. 1, Box 283-A, Rocky Point, NC 28457; 675-3744 (Mount Holly) 

Mr. Andy Waters, 4308 Maybry Ct., Wilmington, NC 28405; (Long Leaf) 

Miss Traci Batten, 4210 Wilshire Blvd. 106 B, Wilmington, NC 28403; 452-7286 
(Ogden) 

Mr. Stanley Tootoo, 2301 Camellia Dr., Wilmington, NC 28403; 762-6487 (Temple) 

Mr. Mike Ayers, 3812 Fawn Creek Dr., Wilmington, NC 28409; 791-8341 
(College Acres) 

PASTORAL MINISTRIES 

Rev. David Stewart, 106 Buccaneer Rd., Wilmington, NC 28409; 392-0942 
(Masonboro) 

MEDIA CENTER 

Mrs. Louise Fisher, 2812 Princess Place Dr., Wilmington, NC 28405; 762-8055 
(Wilmington, First) 

Mrs. Joan Brewer, 121 S. Cardinal Dr., Wilmington, NC 28403; 799-7818 
(College Acres) 

Mrs. Margaret Reeves, 3407 Ashley Circle, Wilmington, NC 28403; 791-7990 
(Winter Park) 

Ms. Jo Lynn Futch, Rt. 1, Box 180-C, Currie, NC 28435; 283-7321 (Murray Memorial) 
Mrs. Jerri Jones, 175 Lafeyette St., Wilmington, NC 28405; 686-7695 (Scotts Hill) 



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Director 



Director 



PRAYER COUNCIL 

Rev. Paul Nix, 102 Pecan Ave., Wilmington, NC 28403; 799-8525 (Sea Gate) 
Mrs. Christine Grey, Rt. 5, Box 45, Leland, NC 28451; 371-6949 (New Hope) 
Mr. Robert Jordan,314 Blackbeard Rd., Wilmington, 28409; 791-1596 (Southside) 
Mr. Jimmy English, Rt. 2, Box 2862, Burgaw, NC 28425; 259-5438 (Forest Hills) 
Mrs. Emily Myers, 605 Windemere Rd., Wilmington, NC 28405; 799-9605 (Temple) 
COMMUNICATIONS COUNCIL 

Mrs. Joan Brewer, 121 S. Cardinal Dr., Wilmington, NC 28403; 799-7818 
(College Acres) 

Mrs. Roma Lee Kelly, 1506 S. 3rd St., Wilmington, NC 28401; 763-5014 
(Sunset Park) 

Rev. Phil Rivenbark, P. 0. Box 21, Wrightville Beach, NC 28480; 256-3682 
(Wrightsville Beach) 

Mr. Dana McAtee, 4700 Wrightsville Ave.. Wilmington, NC 28403; 791-4725 
(Winter Park) 

Mrs. Louise Fisher, 2812 Princess Place Dr., Wilmington, NC 28405; 762-8055 
(Wilmington, First) 

Mr. Glen McDowell, 537 Rose Ave., Wilmington, NC 28403; 791-4119 (Winter Park) 



Overall Chairperson 



Stewardship Education 
Section 



FINANCE & STEWARDSHIP COMMITTEES 

Mr. Herb McCarthy, 4616 Bentley Dr., Wilmington, NC 28409; 395-1944 
(Pine Valley) 

Mr. Lambert Voet, 26 W. Oxford St., Wrightsville Beach, NC 28480; 256-5803 
(Wrightsville Beach) 

Mrs. Katherine Huggins, Rt. 1, Box 275, Rocky Point, NC 28457; 675-2274 
(Riley's Creek) 

Rev. Bob Compton, Rt. 1, Box 105-B, Kelly, NC 28448, 669-2965 (Haw Bluff) 
Mrs. Lillian Newton, 354 Friendly Lane, Wilmington, NC 28409; 392-2634 (Masonboro) 



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Mr. Jobe Metts, P. 0. Box 17, Kelly, NC 28448; 669-2222 (Centerville) 

Missions Section Mrs. Sally McCallum, 243 Huntington Rd., Wilmington, NC 28403; 791-3725 

(Winter Park) 

Mr. John Pierce, Rt.1, Rocky Point, NC 28457; 675-0338 (Rocky Point) 

Mr. Durwood Bradshaw, 132 Kings Landing, Hampstead, NC 28443; 270-2637 
(Topsail) 

Rev. Robert Millis, 244 Church St.. Willard, NC 28478; 285-3942 (Willard) 

Budget Section Mr. Clement Goodson, 4406 Raspberry Rd., Wilmington, NC 28405; 799-9193 

(Murray Memorial) 

Mr. Adman Lanier, Jr., 3925 Scotts Hill Loop Rd., Wilmington, NC 28405; 686-7694 
(Scotts Hill) 

Mrs. Debbie Capps, 2902 Sidbury Rd., Wilmington, NC 28405; 686-7623 
(Freedom) 

Mr. Randy Spainhour, 100 S. Cowan St., Burgaw, NC 28425; 259-2358 (Burgaw) 

Accounting Section Mr. Ray Marett, 139 Bradley Pines Dr., Wilmington, NC 28403; 799-7350 

(Lake Forest) 

Mrs. Joyce Leiner, 302 Buccaneer Rd., Wilmington, NC 28409; 791-7483 
(Masonboro) 

Mr. William Brock, 4710 Long Leaf Hills Dr., Wilmington, NC 28403, 791-2462 
(Temple) 

NOMINATING COMMITTEE 

Chairperson Mrs. Ruby Williams, 3517 Chalmers Dr., Wilmington, NC 28409; 791-3433 (Temple) 

Rev. Sonny Reeves, 161 Brentwood Dr., Wilmington, NC 28401; 763-4994 (Olivet) 

Ms. Judith Blanton, 510 Cobblestone Rd., Wilmington, NC 28405; 799-4898 (Winter 
Park) 

Rev. Vance Midgett, 423 N. 23rd St., Wilmington, NC 28405; 762-5608 (Calvary) 

Mr. John Truitt, 601 N. Channel Dr., Wrightsville Beach, NC 28480; 256-3272 
(Wrightsville Beach) 



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Director 

Missions Survey Dir. 
Missions Promotion Dir. 

WMU Representative 

Brotherhood Rep. 

S.S. Representative 

Discipleship Training 
Representative 

COMPONENT PROGRAMS 

Language Missions Council 

Associational Staff 
Person 

Director 

Hispanic Director 
Chinese Director 

Korean Director 



Rev. Stacy Wells, 123 Shearin Hills Dr., Castle Hayne, NC 28429; 675-0162 
(Greenfield) 

Mrs. Catherine Mitchell, Rt. I, Box 107-A, Kelly, NC 28448; 668-2605 (Centerville) 

Mrs. Dorenda Long, 304 Embassy Circle, Wilmington, NC 28403; 799-5021 (Long Leaf) 

Mr. Stan Rivenbark, 3915 Horse Branch Rd., Watha, NC 28471; 259-3329 (Forest 
Hills) 

ASSOCIATIONAL MISSIONS DEVELOPMENT 

Rev. Paul Nix, 104 Pecan Ave., Wilmington, NC 28403; 799-8525 (Sea Gate) 



Mrs. Joan Brewer, 121 S. Cardinal Dr., Wilmington, NC 28403; 799-7818 
(College Acres) 

Mrs. Frances Anderson, 1914 Carolina Beach Rd., Wilmington, NC 28403; 763-4613 
(Long Leaf) 

Mr. Hal Langley, 2018 Washington St., Wilmington, NC 28401; 763-8676 
(Sunset Park) 

Dr. Mike Moore, 4715 Carolina Beach Rd., Wilmington, NC 28412; 791-9171 
(Silver Lake) 

Or. Eddie Davis, 185 Scotts Hill Rd., Wilmington, NC 28405; 686-9885 (Scotts Hill) 



Mrs. Mary Margaret Brooks, 414 Stonewall Jackson Dr., Wilmington, NC 28412; 
395-1722 (Wilmington, First) 

Dr. Naseem Nasrallah, 200 E. Hayes Ave., Burgaw, NC 28425; 259-4113 (Burgaw) 

Rev. Gus Lara. 3715 New Colony Dr., Wilmington, NC 28412; 799-7131 (Lake Forest) 

Mrs. Katherine Godwin, 2426 Belvedere Dr., Wilmington, NC 28405; 762-5608 
(Calvary) 

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Mr. Craig Register, 180 A Arlington Dr., Wilmington, NC 28401; 762-1200 (Ogden) 



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Japanese Director 
Asian Director 
ESL Director 

Seaman's Center Director 

Resort/Leisure Missions 
Council 

Associational Staff 
Person 

Director 

Beach Ministry Dir. 



Campground/Lake 
Ministry Director 

Drama, Clowns, 
Puppet Ministry Dir. 

Marina Ministry Dir. 

Motel/Hotel/Condo 
Ministry Director 

Special Events 
Ministry Director 

Campers on Missions 
Director 

Christian Social Ministries Council 



Mrs. Sally Lennon, 2226 Brandon Rd., Wilmington, NC 28405; 763-5585 (Winter Park) 



Mrs. Gladys Baker, 136 LaSalle St., Wilmington, NC 28405; 686-9194 (Scotts Hill) 

Mrs. Geraldine McGinnis, 4811 Carolina Beach Rd., Wilmington, NC 28412; 791-9123 
(Masonboro) 



Ms. Carlene Evans, 610 S. College Rd., Wilmington. NC 28403; 799-1160 
(Wrightsboro) 

Rev. Don Horn, P. 0. Box 2607, Surf City, NC 28445; 328-2831 (Surf City) 

Mr. John Griffin, 3913 Sweetbriar Dr, Wilmington, NC 28403; 791-1985 
(College Acres) 

Mr. Phil Smith, 411-0 Mill Creek Ct., Wilmington, NC 28403; 395-1253 
(Pine Valley) 

Miss Amy Raynor, 1862 Loganberry Rd., Wilmington, NC 28405; 791-4789 (Freedom) 



Mr. Onree Fisher, 2812 Princess Place Dr., Wilmington, NC 28405; 762-8055 
(Wilmington, First) 

Mrs. Shirley Horn, P. 0. Box 2607, Surf City, NC 28445; 328-2831 (Surf City) 
Mr. Ray Benton, 909 Kings Grant St., Wilmington, NC 28405; 791-8663 (Winter Park) 



Associational Staff Person Mrs. Mary Margaret Brooks, 414 Stonewall Jackson Dr., Wilmington, NC 28412; 
395-1722 (Wilmington, First) 

Director Rev. Sonny Reeves, 161 Brentwood Dr., Wilmington, NC 28401; 763-4992 (Olivet) 

Inner City Director Rev. David Brisson, 610 S. College Rd., Wilmington, NC 28403, 799-1160 

(Wilmington, First) 



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Family Assistance Dir. 



Senior Adult Dir. 



Week Day/Summer 
Workers Director 

Cape Fear Gospel 
Rescue Mission Dir. 

Children's Clothes 
Closet Director 

Literacy Director (ESL) 

Physically 
Handicapped Dir. 



Mrs. Cheryl Jacobs, 338 Crestwood Dr., Wilmington, NC 28405; 395-1951 
(Murray Memorial) 

Mr. Paul Bunn, 910 Hillandale Dr., Wilmington, NC 28403; 395-4477 
(Wilmington, First) 

Mr. Mike Taylor, Rt. J, Box 283A, Rocky Point, NC 28457; 675-3744 (Mt. Holly) 



Mr. Bobby Harrelson, P. 0. Box 4127, Wilmington, NC 28406; 392-7201 
(Wrightsville Beach) 

Mrs. June Tregembo, 5811 Carolina Beach Rd., Wilmington, NC 28412; 791-0472 
(Myrtle Grove) 

Mrs. Gladys Baker, 136 LaSalle Dr., Wilmington, NC 28405; 686-9194 (Scotts Hill) 

Mrs. Dixie Riley, 308 Parkway Dr., Wilmington, NC 28403; 791-8339 (Sea Gate) 
Co-Worker - Mrs. Sandra Corbett, (Sea Gate) 



Day Care & After School Dir. Mrs. Geral Green, 547 Barksdale Dr., Wilmington, NC 28403; 395-1078 (Masonboro) 



Homeless Director 

Bioodmobile Sub-Council 
Director 

Promotion Dir. 

Recruiting Dir. 
Phone Director 

Church Extension Council 
Associational Staff Person 
Director 
Church Starter 
Church Growth 



Mr. Perry L. Layrnon, 1501 Fish Hawk Ct., West, Wilmington, NC 28403; 395-2090 
(Wilmington, First) 



Mrs. Laura Spivey, 1022 43rd. St., Wilmington, NC 28403; 392-2772 (Winter Park) 

Ms. Doris Boroughs, 5329 Dandelion Dr., Wilmington, NC 28405; 791-2670 
(Pine Valley) 

Ms. Louise Busby, 3407 Regency Dr., Wilmington, NC 28403, 799-0689 (Winter Park) 

Mrs. Lucille Kesterson, 710 George Trask Dr., Wilmington, NC 28405; 799-4706 
(Winter Park) 



Rev. Ed Bullock. 610 S. College Rd., Wilmington, NC 28403, 799-1160 (Temple) 
Mr. Bill Oaks, 1513 Parmele Dr., Wilmington, NC 28401; 763-8174 (Sunset Park) 
Rev. Melvm Hall, 146 Lafayette St., Wilmington, NC 28405; 686-4455 (Hampstead) 
Mr. Eb Hales, P. 0. Box 3613, Wilmington, NC 28406; 791-5252 (Sunset Park) 



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Survey Rev. Ellis Lanier, 140 Kings Landing Rd., Hampstead, NC 28443; 270-4142 (Temple) 

Volunteerism Council 

Associational Staff Person Rev. Ed Bullock, 610 S. College Rd., Wilmington, NC 28403; 799-1160 (Temple) 

Director Mr. David DeVane, 305 Pioneer Ct„ Wilmington, NC 28405; 686-1645 (Calvary) 

Mrs. Kim Humphrey, P. 0. Box 1599, Burgaw, NC 28425; 259-5880 (Burgaw) 

Mrs. Loranda Walker, Rt. 1, Box 90-B, Currie, NC 28435; 283-7339; (Riley's Creek) 

Mrs. Frances Anderson, 1914 Carolina Beach Rd., Wilmington, NC 28403; 763-4613 
(Long Leaf) 

Mrs. Ruby Stewart, 106 Buccaneer Rd., Wilmington, NC 28409; 392-0942 
(Masonboro) 

Mr. Raybourne Batchelor, 613 Ravenwood Rd., Hampstead, NC 28443; 270-4810 
(Barlow-Vista) 



Multihousinq Council 

Associational Staff Person Mrs. Mary Margaret Brooks, 414 Stonewall Jackson Dr., Wilmington, NC 28412; 
395-1722 (Wilington, First) 



Director 



Rev. Thurman Allred, 1504 Village Dr., Apt. 1, Wilmington, NC 28403; 799-0586 
(Sunset Park) 



Apartments Director 



Public Housing Director 



Rev. Stacy Wells, 123 Shearin Hills Dr., Castle Hayne, NC 28429; 675-0162 
(Greenfield) 



Migrant Ministries Director Rev. Gus Lara, 3715 New Colony Dr., Wilmington, NC 28412; 799-7131 (Lake Forest) 
Condominium Director 



Inner City Director Rev. David Brisson, 610 S. College Rd., Wilmington, NC 28403; 799-1160 

(Wilmington, First) 



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Christian Lite and 
Public Affairs Council 

Associational Staff Person 



Director 

Political Education Dir. 
Obscenity & Porno. Dir. 
Drug Abuse/Depend. Dir. 

Gambling Director 

Christian Family 
Life Director 

Chaplaincy Council 

Associational Staff Person 

Director 

Correctional Ministries Dir. 
Hospital Ministry Director 

Industrial Ministry Director 

Church Relations Council 
Associational Staff Person 



Mrs. Mary Margaret Brooks, 414 Stonewall Jackson Dr., Wilmington, NC 28412; 
395-1722 (Wilmington, First) 

Mr. C. L. (Doc) Holliday, 6323 Park Ave., Wilmington, NC 28403; 791 0482 
(Sea Gate) 

Mr. Robert Shipp, 2053 Van Buren St., Wilmington, NC 28401; 762-2994 (Pine Valley) 



Rev. Bill Dixon, 2112 Gibson Ave., Wilmington, NC 28403; 763-2658 (Gibson Avenue) 

Rev. Rick Howell, 6509 Greenville Loop Rd., Lot 208, Wilmington, NC 28409; 
791-1692 (Oak Grove) 

Mr. Charles Stroud, 710 Porters Neck Rd., Wilmington, NC 28405; 686-0576 (Calvary) 

Mrs. Becky Charles, 214 Longstreet Dr., Wilmington, NC 28412; 392-5579 
(Wrightsville Beach) 



Mrs. Mary Margaret Brooks, 414 Stonewall Jackson Dr., Wilmington, NC 28412; 
395-1722 (Wilmington, First) 

Or. Mac Wallace, 610 S. College Rd., Wilmington, NC 28403, 799-1071 
(Wilmington, First) 

Mr. Craig Register, 1 80 A Arlington Dr., Wilmington, NC 28401; 762-1200 (Ogden) 

Chaplain Don Ledbetter, 209 Dorchester Place, Wilmington, NC 28403; 452-4148 
(Wilmington, First) 

Rev. David Stewart, 106 Buccaneer Rd., Wilmington, NC 28409; 392-0942 
(Masonboro) 



Mrs. Mary Margaret Brooks, 414 Stonewall Jackson Dr., Wilmington, NC 28412, 
395-1722 (Wilmington, First) 



Director 



Mr. A. H. Harrell, 215 Northbrook Dr., Wilmington. NC 28405; 791-8180 (Ogden) 



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Inter-Faith Council 
Associational Staff Person 

Director 



President 
Vice President 

Secretary/Treasurer 



Mrs. Willie Blanche Evans, 7037 Market St., Wilmington, NC 28405; 686-7484 
(Saint Paul) 

Rev. Malcom Lewis, 3984 Malpass Corner Rd., Burgaw, NC 28425; 283-7996 
(Saint Paul) 

Mr. Eb Hales, P. 0. Box 3613, Wilmington, NC 28406; 791-5252 (Sunset Park) 

Rev. Randy Speight, 4518 Bramton Rd., Wilmington, NC 28405; 392-6493 (Freedom) 

Mrs. Sara Norris, 108 Tall Oaks Dr., Castle Hayne, NC 28429; 675-2802 
(Winter Park) 



Mrs. Mary Margaret Brooks, 414 Stonewall Jackson Dr., Wilmington 28412; 
395-1722 (Wilmington, First) 

Rev. Richard Everett, 423 N. 23rd St., Wilmington, NC 28405; 762-5608 (Calvary) 

Dr. Mike Moore, 4715 Carolina Beach Rd., Wilmington, NC 28412; 791-9171 
(Silver Lake) 

Mr. Bob Bowman, P. 0. Box 1336, Carolina Beach, NC 28428; 458-3250 
(Whispering Pines) 

PASTOR'S CONFERENCE 

Rev. Tommy Kelly, P. 0. Box 368. Atkinson, NC 28421; 283-7140 (Atkison) 

Dr. Mike Moore, 4715 Carolina Beach Rd., Wilmington, NC 28412; 791-9171 
(Silver Lake) 

Rev. Bob Millis, 244 Church St., Willard, NC 28478; 285-3942 (Willard) 



Chairman 



Vice-Chairman 



Secretary 



COUNSELING CENTER BOARD OF DIRECTORS 

Rev. Dennis Bazemore, 408 West Main St., Wallace, NC 28466; 285-2534 
(Wallace, First) 

Rev. David Stewart, 106 Buccaneer Rd., Wilmington, NC 28409; 392-0942 
(Masonboro) 

Mrs. Katherine Godwin, 423 N. 23rd St., Wilmington, NC 28405; 762-5608 (Calvary) 
Mr. Lloyd Bradshaw, 1504 Bexley Dr., Wilmington, NC 28412; 799-1051 (Pine Valley) 



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Dr. Francis Chesson, P. 0. 8ox 385, Burgaw. NC 28425; 259-4310 (Burgaw) 

Judge Jay Corpenmg. 112 Grainger Point Rd.. Wilmington, NC 28409; 392-6888 
(Wilmington, First) 

Mrs. Roma Lee Kelly, 1506 South 3rd St., Wilmington, NC 28403; 762-5003 
(Sunset Park) 

Mr. Admah Lanier, 3925 Scotts Hill Loop Rd., Wilmington, NC 28405; 686-7694 
(Scotts Hill) 

Mr. James Mott, 333 Holiday Hills Dr., Wilmington, NC 28409; 791-6323 (Masonboro) 

Mrs. Tannis Nelson, 21 1 Gregory Rd., Wilmington, NC 28405; 392-3683 (Winter Park) 

Mrs. Miriam Picklesimer, 650 Long Leaf Acres Dr., Wilmington, NC 28405; 799-1450 
(Wesley Methodist) 

Mr. Harold Seagle, 2205 Waverly Dr., Wilmington, NC 28403; 763-3404 (Winter Park) 

Ms. Angela Sparrow, P. 0. Box 2068, Wilmington, NC 28401; 763-0979 

Mr. Jim Strickland, 200 Palmetto St., Wilmington, NC 28401; 762-0044 (Olivet) 

Mrs. Jennings Trawick, P. 0. Box 956, Burgaw, NC 28425; 259-2904 (Burgaw) 

Mr. Bob Warwick. 6426 Westport Dr., Wilmington, NC 28409; 762-9671 

Dr. Bertram Williams, 1114 Forest Hills Dr., Wilmington, NC 28403; 763- 1336 
(Wilmington, First) 

Dr. Joseph Windley, 705 S. Fifth Ave., Wilmington, NC 28401; 763-2647 
(First Baptist, Fifth Ave.) 

Rev. Gordon Wright, 1501 Beasley Rd., Wilmington, NC 28409; 395-0343 (Masonboro) 
INNER CITY MISSIONS COUNCIL 

Mr. Robert Shipp, 2053 Van Buren St., Wilmington, NC 28401, 762-2994 (Pine Valley) 

Mr. Bill Anderson, 1914 Carolina Beach Rd., Wilmington, NC 28403; 763-4613 
(Long Leaf) 

Mr. Charles Fox, Sr., 4211 Park Ave., Wilmington, NC 28403; 799-3781 (Calvary) 

Mr. Robert Kester, 7309 Gray Gables Lane, Wilmington. NC 28403; 256-3689 
(Calvary) 

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Mrs. Laurel French. 2901 Caliber Ct., Wilmington, NC 28405; 762-4744 (Masonboro) 

Mr. Robert Croom, 6924 Murrayville Rd., Wilmington, NC 28405; 395-4253 
(Gibson Avenue) 

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Dr. Roger Price, 317 Robert E. Lee Dr., Wilmington, NC 28412; 762-6075 (Southside) 

Mrs. Donna Walden, 5474 Eastwind Rd., Wilmington, NC 28403; 799-9146 
(Wilmington, First) 

Rev. Jim Everette, 15 N. 5th St., Wilmington, NC 28401; 763-2471 (Wilmington, First) 

Rev. John Pruitt, 4700 Wrightsville Ave., Wilmington, NC 28403; 791-4725 
(Winter Park) 

Dr. Ben Smith, 6412 Quail Run, Wilmington, NC 28409; 762-5235 (Wrightsville Beach) 
Dr. Richard Corbett, 124 Beagle Trail, Wilmington, NC 28409; 791-1835 (Winter Park) 
Mr. Luther Jordan, US Hwy. 117, Rocky Point, NC 28457; 675-2897 
Ms. Ruth Hepner, 217 Devonshire Lane, 28409; 799-4863 (Wilmington, First) 
MATTHEW 25 COUNCIL 

Mr. Jim Robinson, P. 0. Box 631, Burgaw, NC 28425; 259-2165 (Burgaw) 

Mr. Eugene Floyd, Rt. 1, Box 171, Kelly, NC 28448 283-5603 (Atkinson) 

Mr. Bill Futch. Rt. 3, Box 3200, Burgaw, NC 28425; 259-5399 (Long Creek) 

Mr. Jobe Metts, Rt. 1, Box 17, Kelly, NC 28448; 669-2222 (Centeville) 

Mrs. Eunice Taylor, Rt. 1, Box 482, Burgaw, 28425; 259-4972 (Mt. Holly) 

Rev. Robert Millis, 244 Church St., Willard, NC 28478; 285-3942 (Willard) 

Mr. Ken Daw, 232 Old Whitfield Rd., Hampstead, NC 28443; 270-0091 

Judge Gary Trawick, P. 0. Box 956, Burgaw, NC 28425; 259-2904 (Burgaw) 

Mr. Jimmie Suggs, Jr., 106 Laffitte St., Wilmington, NC 28405; 686-0007 
(Scotts Hill) 

Mrs. Bessie Mae Batts, P. 0. Box 2295, Surf City, NC 28445; 328-5361 
(Surf City) 

Rev. Phil Eakins, Rt. 1, Box 286, Watha, NC 28471; 259-2618 (Moore's Creek) 

Rev. James Cagle, 2711 Penderlea Hwy., Burgaw, NC 28425; 259-6551 
(Forest Hills) 

Rev. Ed Elliott, Rt., 1, Box 288-H, Ivanhoe, NC 28447; 283-9287 (Shiloh) 
Mrs. Peggy Chamblee, P. 0. Box 2415, Surf City, NC 28445, (Surf City) 

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Mrs. Virginia Williams, (Burgaw) 

Ex Officio Mrs. Debi Edge, P. 0. Box 3752, Wilmington, NC 28406; 458-5899 

Ex-Officio Mrs. Mary Margaret Brooks, 414 Stonewall Jackson Dr., Wilmington, NC 28412; 

395-1722 (Wilmington, First) 

Ex Officio Rev. Ed Bullock, 610 S. College Rd., Wilmington. NC 28403; 799-1160 (Temple) 



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ASSOCIATION/CHURCHES LIAISON REPRESENTATIVES 



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THE ASSOCIATION 
CHURCHES. PASTORS. STAFF AND LEADERS 



ATKINSON : P. 0. Box 368, Atkinson, NC 28421; 283-7140 
PASTOR: Rev. Thomas H. Kelly, P. 0. Box 364, Atkinson, NC 28421; 283-9912 
MUSIC DIRECTOR: Mrs. Phyllis Kelly, P. 0. Box 364, Atkinson. NC 28421. 283-9912 
SECRETARY: Mrs. Sophia K. Floyd, Rt. 1, Box 171, Kelly, NC 28448; 283-5603 
PIANIST: Ms. Tonya Langston; 283-7239 

S.S. Director: Mr. Eugene Floyd, Sr., Rt. 1, Box 171, Atkinson, NC 28421; 283-5603 
WMU Director: Mrs. Sophia Floyd, Rt. 1, Box 171, Kelly, NC 28448; 283-5603 
DEACON CHM: Mr. Lonnie Jackson Turner, P. 0. Box 56, Atkinson, NC 28421; 283-7191 
MEDIA DIRECTOR: Mrs. Dora L Corbett, Rt. 1, Slocum Trail, Atkinson, NC 28421; 283-5521 
CHURCH TREASURER: Mrs. Sue R. Barnes. P. 0. Box 13. Atkinson, NC 28421, 283 -7394 
STEWARDSHIP CHM: Mr. Oalton Bowning, 5270 Slocum Trail. Atkinson, NC 28421; 283-5524 
CHURCH CLERK: Mrs. Sophia K. Floyd. Rt. 1, Box 171, Kelly, NC 28448; 283-5603 

BARLOW VISTA : 22340 US Hwy. 17, Hampstead, NC 28443; 329-3761 
PASTOR: 

MUSIC DIRECTOR: Mr. Oale Brown, 4241 Gordon Rd., Lot 3, Wilmington, NC 28405; 392-3790 
YOUTH MINISTER: Mr. Dale Brown, 4241 Gordon Rd., Lot 3, Wilmington, NC 28405; 392-3790 
SECRETARY: Mrs. Roweina Rie, 115 Airflow Lane, Holly Ridge, NC 28445; 327-2512 
ORGANIST: Mrs. Myra Rochelle; 329-3681 
PIANIST: Mrs. Rebecca Kelly; 270-9468 

S.S. DIRECTOR: Mr. Jerry Covil, 392 Kings Landing Rd., Hampstead, NC 28443; 270-9540 
BROTHERHOOD DIR: Mr. Clifton Howard, 152 Sloop Point Loop Rd., Hamsptead, NC 28443; 270-4651 
DEACON CHM: Mr. W. C. English. Jr., 394 Batson Rd., Hampstead, NC 28443; 329-9301 
MEDIA DIRECTOR: Mrs. Mary E. Benson, 712 Lewis Rd., Hampstead, NC 28443, 270-2317 
CHURCH TREASURER: Mrs. Helen English, 394 Batson Rd., Hampstead, NC 28443; 329-9301 
STEWARDSHIP CHM: Mrs. Rebecca Kelly. P 0. Box 392. Hampstead. NC 28443; 270-9468 
CHURCH CLERK: Miss Vera Howard, 22545 US Hwy. 17, Hampstead, NC 28443; 329-9471 

BEAR BRANCH : P. 0. Box 206, Curne, NC 28435; 
PASTOR: 

S.S. DIRECTOR: Mr. R. W. Lewis, P. 0. Box 6, Curne, NC 28435; 283-7519 
DEACON CHM: Mr. R. W. Lewis, P. 0. Box 6, Curne, NC 28435, 283-7519 
CHURCH TREASURER: Ms. Tressie Moore, Curne, NC 28435, 283 -7203 
CHURCH CLERK: Ms. Mary Carroll, P. 0. Box 207, Curne, NC 28435; 283 -9801 

BETHLEHEM : Highway 32970 NC Hwy. 210, Curne, NC 28435 
PASTOR: Rev. Charles Flynn, Sr., Rt. 1, Box 153, Delco, NC 28436; 655-2652 
PIANIST: Ms. Olivia Pridgen 

S.S. DIRECTOR: Mr. Eugene Pridgen, Canetuck Loop Rd., Curne, NC 28435; 283-7564 
DEACON CHM: Mr. Bayard Corbett, 224 Oakcrest Dr., Wilmington, NC 28401; 799-1290 
CHURCH TREASURER: Mrs. Brenda C. Corbett, P. 0. Box 135, Atkinson, NC 28421; 
CHURCH CLERK: Mrs. Helene Flynn, Rt. 1. Box 153, Delco, NC 28436; 655-2652 

BURGAW : P. 0. Box 385, Burgaw, NC 28425; 259-4310 
PASTOR. Dr. Francis Chesson, P. 0. Box 385, Burgaw, NC 28425; 259-2092 
MUSIC MINISTER: Mrs. Jennings Trawick, P. 0. Box 956, Burgaw, NC 28425, 259 2904 
YOUTH MINISTER: Miss Jennifer Mathews, 94 Browning Dr., Rocky Point, NC 28457; 675-1342 
SECRETARY: Mrs. Donna Corbett, 603 Lee Dr., Burgaw, NC 28425; 259-5379 



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ORGANIST: Mrs. Jennings Trawick; 259-2904 
PIANIST: Mrs. Patsy Geddes; 259-5772 

S.S. DIRECTOR: Mr. Linwood Meadows, P. 0. Box 842, Burgaw, NC 28425; 259-9621 

BROTHERHOOD DIR: Mr. Jim Robinson, P. 0. Box 631, Burgaw, NC 28425; 259-2165 

WMU DIRECTOR: Mrs. Priscilla Tyree, 480 Cove Rd„ Burgaw, NC 28425; 259-9254 

DEACON CHM: Mr. Charles White, P. 0. Box 416, Burgaw, NC 28425; 259-2085 

MEDIA DIRECTOR: Mrs. Sandra Nunalee, P. 0. Box 1117, Burgaw, NC 28425; 259-9575 

CHURCH TREASURER: Mrs. Betsy Chestnutt, 1611 Henry Brown Rd., Burgaw, NC 28425; 259-5437 

CHURCH CLERK: Mrs. Ethel Wells, 1640 NC Hwy. 53 W., Burgaw. NC 28425; 259-4070 

CAIVARY : 423 N. 23rd St., Wilmington, NC 28405; 762-5608 
PASTOR: Rev. Richard Everett, 234 Wallace Ave., Wilmington, NC 28403; 395-2564 
MUSIC MINISTER: Rev. C. L. King, 233 Jeb Stuart Dr., Wilmington, NC 28403; 799-6251 
ASSOC. PASTOR: Rev. Vance Midgett, 2123 Klein Rd., Wilmington, NC 28405; 343-8962 
EDUCATION MINISTER: Mrs. Katherine Godwin, 2426 Belvedere Dr., Wilmington, NC 28405; 762-5128 
YOUTH MINISTER: Rev. Vance Midgett, 6612 Sunwood Circle, Wilmington, NC 28405; 392-3169 
RECREATION MINISTER: Mr. Mickey Ramer. 112 Whitman Ave., Castle Hayne, NC 28429; 763-1928 
SECRETARY: Mrs. Sarah Surles, 714 Woodland Ave., Wilmington, NC 28401; 762-0666 
ORGANIST: Mr. Bob Hood; 799-4478 
PIANIST: Mrs. Donna Long; 253-6018 

S.S. DIRECTOR: Mr. Robert Pace, 438 Semmes Dr., Wilmington, NC 28412; 791-8509 
D.T. DIRECTOR: Mrs. Zilphia Stroud, 710 Porters Neck Rd., Wilmington, NC 28405; 686-0576 
BROTHERHOOD DIR: Mr. Jim Hamrick, 501 Tanbridge Rd., Wilmington, NC 28405; 791-3498 
WMU DIRECTOR: Mrs. Elma Boone, 4625 Riplee Dr., Wilmington, NC 28405; 686-5048 
DEACON CHM: Mr. Charles Stroud. 710 Porters Neck Rd., Wilmington, NC 28405; 686-0576 
MEDIA DIRECTOR: Ms. Florence Moore, 3914 Evergreen Dr., Wilmington, NC 28403; 799-2044 
CHURCH TREASURER: Mr. Frank Cavenaugh, #7 Oakley Rd., Castle Hayne, NC 28429; 763-3770 
STEWARDSHIP DIR: Mr. Mark Blinson, 10131 Olde Towne Wynd N., Leland, NC 28457; 371-9531 
CHURCH CLERK: Mrs. Florence Moore, 3914 Evergreen Dr., Wilmington, NC 28403; 799-2044 

CANETUCK : Rt. 1, Box 90, Currie, NC 28435; 283-9268 
PASTOR: 

PIANIST: Ms. Goldie Marshall 

S.S. DIRECTOR: Mr. Kenneth Moore, Rt. 1, Currie, NC 28435; 283-7288 
WMU DIRECTOR: Ms. Glenda Dennis, Rt. 1, Currie, NC 28435; 
DEACON CHM: Mr. Jerrell Squires, Rt. 1, Currie, NC 28435; 283-4281 

CHURCH TREASURER: Mr. Milvin Marshall, 5100 Heading Bluff Rd., Currie, NC 28435; 283-9268 
CHURCH CLERK: Mr. Milvin Marshall, 5100 Heading Bluff Rd., Currie, NC 28435; 283-9268 

CAROLINA BEACH. FIRST : 409 Lake Park Blvd., Carolina Beach, NC 28428; 458-5134 
PASTOR: Rev. T. Steven Bolton, 800 Cape Fear Blvd., Carolina Beach, NC 28428; 
458-8119 

MUSIC MINISTER: Rev. Clyde Case, 226 Brookview Rd., Wilmington. NC 28409; 392-0955 
SECRETARY: Mrs. Kathleen Oliver, 414 Monroe Ave., Carolina Beach, NC 28428; 458-5286 
ORGANIST: Ms. Virginia Moore; 458-4367 
PIANIST: Ms. Lisa Langfield; 458-6327 

S.S. DIRECTOR: Mr. Steve Bowman, P. 0. Box 660, Kure Beach, NC 28449; 458-5317 
D.T. DIRECTOR: Rev. Steve Bolton, 800 Cape Fear Blvd., Carolina Beach, NC 28428; 458-8119 
WMU DIRECTOR: Mrs. Jane Hatcher, P. 0. Box 1656, Carolina Beach, NC 28428; 458-9407 
DEACON CHM: Mr. Fred Underwood, 408 Charlotte Ave., Carolina Beach, NC 28428; 458-5760 
MEDIA DIRECTOR: Ms. Dolores Bartley, P. 0. Box 825, Carolina Beach, NC 28428; 458-8554 



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CHURCH TREASURER: Mrs. Kathleen Oliver. 414 Monroe Ave., Carolina Beach, NC 28428; 458-5286 
STEWARDSHIP CHM: Mr. Gene Hatcher. P. 0. Box 1656, Carolina Beach, NC 28428. 458-9407 
CHURCH CLERK: Ms. Connie Lowe. 409 Wilson Ave.. Carolina Beach, NC 28428; 458-3527 

CASTLE HAYNE : P. 0. Box 25, Castle Hayne, NC 28429; 675-0586 
PASTOR: Rev. Billy Fowler. 115 Dixie Dr., Leland, NC 28451; 371 -9951 
MUSIC DIRECTOR: Mrs. Brenda Horrell, 5916 Blossom St., Castle Hayne, NC 28429, 675 -0985 
ASSOC. PASTOR: Rev. Greg Newton. 15 Ballard Or.. Castle Hayne, NC 28429, 675-1701 
YOUTH MINISTER: Rev. Greg Newton, 15 Ballard Dr., Castle Hayne, NC 28429; 675-1701 
SECRETARY: Mrs. Sonya Blackburn, Rt. 1. Box 197, Currie, NC 28435, 259-3103 
ORGANIST: Mr. Brinson Spier 
PIANIST: Mrs. Gertrude Armstrong; 675-0555 

S.S. DIRECTOR: Mr. Howard Woodward. 135 Kimberly Ct.. Rocky Point, NC 28457; 675 -2684 
D.T. DIRECTOR: Mr. Tony Woodward, 171 Kimberly Estates, Rocky Point, NC 28457; 675-9833 
BROTHERHOOD DIR: Mr. Art Ricks, 305 Old Plantation Rd.. Rocky Point, NC 28457; 675-9431 
WMU DIRECTOR: Mrs. Rachel Powell, 14725 Hwy. 210 W., Rocky Point, NC 28457, 675-9722 
MEDIA DIRECTOR: Ms. Linda Millis, 1821 N. Kerr Ave., Wilmington, NC 28405; 392-3617 
CHURCH TREASURER: Mrs. Sonya Blackburn, Rt. 1, Box 197. Currie, NC 28435; 259-3103 
CHURCH CLERK: Ms. Rethea Baker, 95 Balcomb Rd., Rocky Point, NC 28457; 675-8258 

CENTERVILLE : P. 0. Box 27, Kelly, NC 28448; 669-2293 
PASTOR: Rev. Norman Wheeler, P. 0. Box 27, Kelly, NC 28448; 669-2659 
MUSIC DIRECTOR: Mr. Kenneth Thornton, Rt. 1, Box 21, Kelly, NC 28448; 669-2854 
SECRETARY: Mrs. Cathy Thornton, Rt. 1, Box 21, Kelly, NC 28448, 669-2854 
ORGANIST: Mrs. Dailie Norris; 669-2523 
PIANIST: Mr. Harry Corbet!; 669-2573 

S.S. DIRECTOR: Mr. Kenneth Thornton. Rt. 1, Box 21, Kelly, NC 28448; 669-2854 
R.A. DIRECTOR: Mr. Leonard Morgan, Rt. 1, Box 195, Kelly, NC 28448; 669-2990 
WMU DIRECTOR: Mrs. Ethel Mae Squires, Rt. 1, Box 116, Kelly, NC 28448; 669-2266 
DEACON CHM: Mr. Kenneth Thornton, Rt. 1, Box 21, Kelly, NC 28448; 669-2854 
MEDIA DIRECTOR: Mrs. Maude Smith, Rt. 1, Box 113A. Kelly, NC 28448; 669-2768 
CHURCH TREASURER: Mr. Jobe Metts, Rt. 1, Box 17, Kelly, NC 28448; 669-2222 
CHURCH CLERK: Mrs. Maude Smith, Rt. 1, Box 113A, Kelly, NC 28448, 669-2768 

CHARITY : 359 Mercer Ave., Wilmington, NC 28401; 7624501 
PASTOR: Rev. Roland Dauphinais, 2104 Wisteria, Wilmington, NC 28403; 762-7457 
PIANIST: Ms. Beverly Newton; 763-2187 

S.S. DIRECTOR: Ms. Jeri Hoffman, 1001 Daisey Lee Dr., Wilmington, NC 28405, 791-4564 
DEACON CHAIRMAN: Mr. Bob Miles, 621 Bonham Ave., Wilmington, NC 28403; 791 -7325 
CHURCH TREASURER: Mrs. Cathy Miles, 621 Bonham Ave., Wilmington, NC 28403, 791-7323 
CHURCH CLERK: Mrs. Nena Mabe, 33 Pinecrest Pkwy. Wilmington, NC 28401; 763-8667 

COLLEGE ACRES : 702 Eastwood Rd., Wilmington, NC 28403; 799-3773 
PASTOR: Rev. Jeff Nichols, 7100 Crab walk Ct., Wilmington, NC 28405; 799-7495 
MUSIC MINISTER: Rev. Bill Batten, 922 Spring Valley Rd., Wilmington, NC 28405; 392-4872 
YOUTH MINISTER: Rev. Bill Batten, 922 Spring Valley Rd., Wilmington, NC 28405; 392-4872 
SECRETARY: Mrs. Delores Milliken, 305 Spartan Rd., Wilmington. NC 28405. 799-3296 
PIANIST: Ms. Jean Kraus; 791 -5676 

S.S. DIRECTOR: Mr. Kenneth Nelson, 230 Tanbridge Rd.. Wilmington, NC 28405; 799-1863 
R.A. DIRECTOR: Mr. Arden Horrell. 4805 Maple Ave.. Wilmington. NC 28403; 452-0520 
WMU DIR: Ms. Ercele Clemmons, 5021 Pine Needles Dr.. Wilmington, NC 28403; 791-5411 



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DEACON CHM: Mr. Delma Milliken. 305 Spartan Rd.. Wilmington, NC 28405; 799-3295 
MEDIA DIRECTOR: Mr. Charles Benson, 4815 Oriole Dr., Wilmington, NC 28403; 791-4910 
CHURCH TREASURER: Mr. William Brewer, 121 S. Cardinal Dr., Wilmington, NC 28403; 799-7818 
STEWARDSHIP DIR: Mr. Charles Ruffin, 213 Bretonshire Rd.. Wilmington, NC 28405; 799-4661 
CHURCH CLERK: Ms. Linda Keen, 209 Bretonshire Rd.. Wilmington, NC 28405; 395-4052 

EVANGELISTIC : 620 Inlet Acres Dr., Wilmington, NC 28412; 452-0480 
PASTOR: Rev. Greg Noland, 620 Inlet Acres Dr., Wilmington, NC 28412; 452-0480 
SECRETARY: Mrs. Mary Noland, 620 Inlet Acres Dr., Wilmington, NC 28412, 452-0480 
PIANIST: Mrs. Mary Noland; 452-0480 
CHURCH TREASURER: Ms. Pattie Applewhite 

FOREST HILLS : 271 1 Penderlea Hwy., Burgaw, NC 28425; 259-2286 
PASTOR: Rev. James Cagle, 2711 Penderlea Hwy., Burgaw, NC 28425; 259-6551 
SECRETARY: Mrs. Nora Wray Jones, 1500 New Savannah Rd., Burgaw, NC 28425; 259-2823 
ORGANIST: Mrs. Nora Wray Jones; 259-2823 

S.S. DIRECTOR: Mr. Eddie Ross, 2950 Stag Park Rd., Burgaw, NC 28425; 259-4565 
BROTHERHOOD DIR: Mr. Nathan Teachey, 3319 Penderlea Rd., Burgaw, NC 28425; 259-2627 
WMU DIRECTOR: Mrs. Virginia Rivenbark, 3915 Horse Branch Rd., Watha, NC 28471; 259-3329 
DEACON CHM: Mr. Nathan Teachey, 3319 Penderlea Rd., Burgaw, NC 28425; 259-2627 
CHURCH TREASURER: Mrs. Nora Wray Jones, 1500 New Savannah Rd., Burgaw, NC 28425; 259-2823 
CHURCH CLERK: Ms. Kitty Croom, 441 Shady Lane Rd., Watha, NC 28471; 259-4574 

FREEDOM : 802 N. College Rd., Wilmington, NC 28405; 799-4898 
PASTOR: Rev. Jimmy Napier, 6104 Nehle Circle, Wilmington, NC 28405; 452-3495 
MUSIC MINISTER: Rev. Randy Speight, 6209 Strawfield Dr., Wilmington, NC 28405; 392-9295 
EDUCATION MINISTER: Rev. Randy Speight, 6209 Strawfield Dr., Wilmington, NC 28405; 392-9295 
YOUTH DIRECTOR: Mr. Dodd Mays, 2064 N. Kerr Ave., Wilmington, NC 28405; 452-9264 
SECRETARY: Mrs. Judith Blanton, 510 Cobblestone Dr.. Wilmington, NC 28405; 791-9572 
ORGANIST: Mrs. Martha Brown; 799-8787 
PIANIST: Mrs. Rita Raynor; 791-4789 

S.S. DIRECTOR: Mr. Bob Van Scoik, 322 Long Leaf Acres Dr.. Wilmington, NC 28405; 799-3530 
BROTHERHOOD DIR: Mr. Harry Fields, 804 Spring Branch, Wilmington, NC 28405; 395-2022 
WMU DIRECTOR: Mrs. Margaret Costin, 4622 Springview, Wilmington, NC 28405; 791-5091 
MEDIA DIRECTOR: Mrs. Carole Farrow, 1352 Navaho Trail, Wilmington, NC 28409; 791-1224 
CHURCH TREASURER: Mrs. Frances Johnson, 3802 S. College Rd., Wilmington, NC 28412; 791-2831 
STEWARDSHIP CHM: Mrs. Sherry Sutton, 145 Brookgreen Rd., Castle Hayne, NC 28429; 675-3857 
CHURCH CLERK: Mrs. Ann Willard, 1231 Potomac Ct., Wilmington, NC 28405; 791-2147 

GIBSON AVENUE : 2222 Gibson Avenue, Wilmington. NC 28403; 763-2658 
PASTOR: Rev. Bill Dixon, 2112 Gibson Avenue, Wilmington, NC 28403; 762-9776 
MUSIC DIR: Robert Croom. 6924 Murrayville Rd., Wilmington, NC 28405; 395-4253 
YOUTH DIRECTOR: Mrs. Marilyn Bohon, 3801 Gillette Or., Wilmington, NC 28403; 392-2620 
RECREATION DIR: Mrs. Jean Harrison, 4625 Middlesex Rd., Wilmington, NC 28405; 791-7277 
ORGANIST: Miss Donna Jackson; 791-3505 

S.S. DIRECTOR: Mrs. Shirley Pigford. 9 Pelican Point Rd., Wilmington, NC 28409; 799-1030 
O.T. DIRECTOR: Mrs. Debbie Stephens, 1410 Castle St., Wilmington, NC 28401; 343-1176 
BROTHERHOOD DIR: Mr. Cecil Harrison, 4625 Middlesex Rd., Wilmington, NC 28405; 791-7277 
WMU OIRECTOR: Mrs. Kathy Davis, 314 Greenview Ranches, Wilmington, NC 28405; 686-9538 
DEACON CHM: Mr. Robert Croom, 6924 Murrayville Rd., Wilmington, NC 28405; 395-4253 
CHURCH TREASURER: Mrs. June Taylor, 2222 Gibson Ave., Wilmington, NC 28403; 763-1550 



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CHURCH CLERK: Mrs. June Taylor. 2222 Gibson Ave., Wilmington. NC 28403; 763-1550 



GREENFIELD : P. 0. Box 4174, Wilmington. NC 28406; 763-1830 
PASTOR: Rev. Stacy Wells, 123 Shearin Hills Dr.. Castle Hayne, NC 28429; 675-0162 
MUSIC DIRECTOR: Mrs. Myrtle Towles, Rt. 5, Box 274, Wilmington, NC 28403; 791 5314 
YOUTH DIRECTOR: Mrs. Debra Godwin, 3516 Lynn Ave., Castle Hayne, NC 28429; 675-3644 
SECRETARY: Mrs. Debra Godwin, 3516 Lynn Ave., Castle Hayne, NC 28429; 675-3644 
PIANIST: Mrs. Susie Wells; 675-0162 

S.S. DIRECTOR: Mr. Gary Hewett, 2046 Burnett Blvd., Wilmington, NC 28401; 763-5461 
RA DIRECTOR: Mrs. Susie Wells, 123 Shearin Hills Dr., Castle Hayne, NC 28429; 675-0162 
WMU DIRECTOR: Mrs. Debra Godwin, 3516 Lynn Ave., Castle Hayne, NC 28429; 675 -3644 
CHURCH TREASURER: Mrs. Brenda Schley. 3304 Hampshire Rd., Wilmington. NC 28409. 392-5792 
CHURCH CLERK: Mrs. Debra Godwin. 3516 Lynn Ave.. Castle Hayne. NC 28429; 675-3644 

HAMPSTEAD : P. 0. Box 538, Factory Rd., Hampstead, NC 28443; 270-3307 
PASTOR: Rev. Melvin Hall, 146 Lafeyette St., Wilmington, NC 28405; 686-4455 
MUSIC DIRECTOR: Mrs. Brenda Trott, 1677 Washington Acres Rd., Hampstead, NC 28443; 270-3422 
YOUTH DIRECTOR: Ms. Penny Millis, 390 Peanut Rd., Hampstead, NC 28443; 270-2470 
SECRETARY: Mrs. Libby Millis. 374 Peanut Rd., Hampstead, NC 28443; 270-4668 
ORGANIST: Mrs. Brenda Trott; 270-3422 
PIANIST: Mrs. Joan Davis; 270-3227 

S.S. DIRECTOR: Mr. Carl Wilbanks, 288 Champion Dr., Hampstead, NC 28443; 270-9661 
D.T. DIRECTOR: Mr. John Ricks, P. 0. Box 102. Castle Hayne. NC 28449; 675-1131 
BROTHERHOOD DIR: Mr. Wayne Batson, 136 Oogwood Lane, Hampstead, NC 28443; 270-3457 
WMU DIRECTOR: Mrs. Frances Harker, 370 Lea Dr., Hampstead, NC 28443; 270-9243 
DEACON CHM: Mr. Eddie Gerganous, 210 Whispering Pines Ct , Hampstead. NC 28443; 270-9715 
CHURCH TREASURER: Mrs. Libby Millis, 374 Peanut Rd., Hampstead, NC 28443; 270-4668 
STEWARDSHIP CHM: Mr. Rick Ketchum, 560 Olde Point Rd., Hampstead, NC 28443; 270-2156 
CHURCH CLERK: Ms. Mary Spiller, P. 0. Box 216, Hampstead, NC 28443; 270-2616 

HAW BLUFF : Rt. 1, Box 163, Kelly, NC 28448; 669 2965 
PASTOR: Rev. Robert Compton, Rt. 1, Box 163, Kelly, NC 28448; 669-2965 
MUSIC DIRECTOR: Mr. Tracy Miller, Rt. 1, Box 127, Kelly, NC 28448, 669-2042 
YOUTH DIRECTOR: Mr. Tracy Miller, Rt. 1, Box 127, Kelly, NC 28448; 669-2042 
SECRETARY: Mrs. Victory Colvin, Rt. 1, Kelly, NC 28448; 283-5312 
ORGANIST: Ms. Clara Parker; 669-2527 
PIANIST: Ms. Cindy Barnhill; 669-2926 

S.S. DIRECTOR: Mr. Gregg English, Rt. 1, Box 146A, 28447; 669-2465 
WMU DIRECTOR: Ms. Cindy Barnhill, Rt. 1, Box 136, Ivanhoe, NC 28447; 669-2926 
DEACON CHM: Mr. Donald Parker, Rt. 1 Box 131, Kelly. NC 28448; 669-2527 
CHURCH TREASURER: Ms. Diane Norris, Rt. 1. Box 152A. Kelly. NC 28448; 669-2467 
CHURCH CLERK: Mrs. Clara Parker, Rt. 1, Box 131, Kelly, NC 28448; 669-2527 

HISPANA. PRIMERA : 1626 Lake Branch Dr., Wilmington, NC 28401; 763-4078 
PASTOR: Rev. Agustine Lara, 3715 New Colony Dr., Wilmington, NC 28412; 799-7131 
MUSIC DIRECTOR: Mrs. Peggy Lara. 3715 New Colony Dr.. Wilmington. NC 28412; 799-7131 
SECRETARY: Mrs. Susan Serrano, 445 Robert E. Lee Dr., Wilmington, NC 28412; 799-2060 
WMU DIRECTOR: Mrs. Peggy Lara, 3715 New Colony Dr., Wilmington, NC 28412, 799-7131 
CHURCH TREASURER: Mr. Rolando Serrano. 445 Robert E. Lee Dr., Wilmington. NC 28412; 799-2060 



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HOPE MISSIOBI : 1404 Greenfield St., Wilmington, NC 28401; 762-1890 
PASTOR: Rev. Larry Newkirk, 1704 Orange St., Wilmington, NC 28403; 251-0935 
CHURCH CLERK: Mrs. Judy Newkirk, 1704 Orange St., Wilmington, NC 28403; 251-0935 

IVANHOE : Rt. 1, Box 4, Ivanhoe, NC 28447; 5324225 
PASTOR: 

MUSIC DIRECTOR: Ms. Deedra Sherron; Rt. 1, Box 1C, Ivanhoe, NC 28447; 532-2603 
SECRETARY: Mrs. Lorraine Moore, Rt. 1, Box 4, Ivanhoe, NC 28447; 532-4225 
PIANIST: Ms. Deedra Sherron; 532-2603 

S.S. DIRECTOR: Mr. Larry Horrell, Rt. 1, Box 94, Ivanhoe, NC 28447; 669-2753 
DEACON CHM: Mr. LeRoy Sykes, P. 0. Box 124, Ivanhoe, NC 28447; 532-4957 
CHURCH TREASURER: Ms. Lorraine Moore, Rt. 1, Box 4, Ivanhoe, NC 28447; 532-4225 
CHURCH CLERK: Ms. Edna Lyerly, Rt. 1, Box 248, Ivanhoe, NC 28447; 532-4541 

KUBE BEACH. FIRST : P. 0. Box 99, Kure Beach, NC 28449; 458-5074 
PASTOR: Dr. Joseph Peterson, P. 0. Box 232, Kure Beach, NC 28449; 458-5561 
MUSIC DIRECTOR: Mrs. Vee Shore, 38 Fern Creek Lane, Carolina Beach, NC 28428; 458-8144 
YOUTH DIRECTOR: Mrs. Janice Morgan, 202 Rockledge Rd., Wilmington, NC 28403; 395-5567 
RECREATION DIRECTOR: Mrs. Susan Ramsey, 230 Richelieu Rd., Wilmington, NC 28403; 799-7265 
SECRETARY: Mrs. Gennene Klutz, P. 0. Box 383, Carolina Beach, NC 28428; 458-5260 
PIANIST: Miss Lindy Flowers; 458-8107 

S.S. DIRECTOR: Mrs. Audrey Teague, P. 0. Box 465, Kure Beach, NC 28449; 458-3550 
WMU DIRECTOR: Mrs. Janice Morgan, 202 Rockledge Rd., Wilmington, NC 28403; 395-5567 
DEACON CHM: Mr. Claude Shore, 38 Fern Creek Lane, Carolina Beach, NC 28428; 458-8144 
CHURCH TREASURER: Mrs. Gennene Klutz, P. 0. Box 383, Carolina Beach, NC 28428; 458-5260 
STEWARDSHIP CHM: Mr. Claude Shore, 38 Fern Creek Lane, Carolina Beach, NC 28428; 458-8144 
CHURCH CLERK: Mrs. Nancy Helms, P. 0. Box 194, Kure Beach, NC 28449; 458-4898 

LAKE FOREST : 1626 Lake Branch Dr., Wilmington, NC 28401; 763-4078 
PASTOR: Dr. Ralph Holt, Jr., 1502 Parmele Dr., Wilmington, NC 28401; 762-2391 
MUSIC DIRECTOR: Mrs. Linda Stanley, 810 Bragg Dr., Wilmington, NC 28409; 392-0675 
MISSION PASTOR: Rev. Agustine Lara, 3715 New Colony Dr., Wilmington, NC 28412; 799-7131 
YOUTH DIRECTORS: Mr. & Mrs. Jim Stanley, 810 Bragg Dr., Wilmington, NC 28409; 392-0675 
SECRETARY: Mrs. Nancy Brown, 2117 E. Lake Shore Dr., Wilmington, NC 28401; 763-9580 
ORGANIST: Mrs. Linda Stanley; 392-0675 
PIANIST: Miss Pat Wyckoff; 799-0381 

S.S. DIRECTOR: Mr. 0. J. Atkinson, 1718 N. Kerr Ave.. Wilmington. NC 28405; 799-6426 
D.T. DIRECTOR: Mrs. Libby Jacobs, 2723 Worth Dr.., Wilmington, NC 28412; 799-7055 
WMU DIRECTOR: Mrs. Dorothy Powell, 3728 New Colony Dr., Wilmington, NC 28412; 791-1836 
DEACON CHM: Mr. Harold Jacobs, 2723 Worth Dr., Wilmington, NC 28412; 799-7055 
MEDIA DIRECTOR: Miss Pat Wyckoff, 701 Jennings Dr., Wilmington, NC 28403; 799-0381 
CHURCH TREASURER: Mrs. Elizabeth Hales, 13 Pinecrest Pkwy., Wilmington, NC 28401; 762-7973 
STEWARDSHIP CHM: Mr. Gary Blake, 406 N. Kerr Ave., Wilmington, NC 28405; 791-8064 
CHURCH CLERK: Mrs. Libby Jacobs, 2723 Worth Dr., Wilmington, NC 28412; 799-7055 

LONG CREEK : 5131 Malpass Corner Rd., Burgaw. NC 28425; 283-7878 
PASTOR: 

S.S. DIRECTOR: Mr. Al Paguette, 5581 Herrings Chapel Rd., Rocky Point, NC 28457; 259-5121 
DEACON CHM: Mr. Bill Futch, Rt. 3, Box 3200, Burgaw, NC 28425; 259-5399 
CHURCH CLERK: Ms. Angela Midgette, 11160 Hwy. 421 W, Currie, NC 28435; 283-5019 



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LONG CREEK HISPANIC : 5131 Malpass Comer Rd., Burgaw, NC 28425; 283-7878 
PASTOR: Rev. Agustine Lara. 3715 New Colony Dr.. Wilmington, NC 28412; 799-7131 
MUSIC DIRECTOR: Mrs. Peggy Lara. 3715 New Colony Dr., Wilmington. NC 28412; 799-7131 
PIANIST: Mrs. Peggy Lara; 799-7131 

LONG LEAF : 317 Shipyard Blvd., Wilmington, NC 28412; 763-2479 
PASTOR: Rev. Eugene Ridley, 317 Shipyard Blvd., Wilmington, NC 28412; 763-2479 
MUSIC MINISTER: Rev. Richard Gilley, 7020 W. Lake Shore Dr., Wilmington, NC 28401; 251-0424 
EDUCATION DIRECTOR: Rev. Hugh Folds, 2611 Willow St., Wilmington, NC 28401; 762-2354 
YOUTH MINISTER: Rev. John Olson, 242 Long John Silver Dr., Wilmington, NC 28405, 686-1660 
SECRETARY: Mrs. Gloria Ridley, 317 Shipyard Blvd., Wilmington, NC 28412; 763-2479 
ORGANIST: Ms. Wanda Edwards; 763-2479 
PIANIST: Ms. Lisa Robinson; 763-2470 

S.S. DIRECTOR: Mr. Jerry Willetts, 117 Rutledge Dr., Wilmington, NC 28412; 791-8621 
BROTHERHOOD DIR: Mr. Robert Flynne, RL 1, Box 237, Currie, NC 28435; 283-5546 
WMU DIRECTOR: Ms. Dorenda Long, 304 Embassy Circle, Wilmington, NC 28403, 799-5021 
DEACON CHM: Mr. Jerry Willetts, 117 Rutledge Dr., Wilmington, NC 28412; 791-8621 
CHURCH TREASURER: Rev. Rick Gilley, 2070 W. Lake Shore Dr.. Wilmington. NC 28401; 251-0424 
CHURCH CLERK: Mrs. Henrietta Byrd, 917 Hunting Ridge Rd.. Wilmington. NC 28403; 395-5239 

MASONBORO : 1501 Beasley Rd.. Wilmington, NC 28409, 395-0343 
PASTOR: Rev. Gordon Wright, 5420 Dawning Creek Way, Wilmington, NC 28409; 395-4506 
MUSIC DIRECTOR: Rev. Ronald Glover, 3804 Doe Clearing Ct., Wilmington, NC 28409; 
ASSOCIATE PASTOR: Rev. Ronald Glover, 3804 Doe Clearing Ct., Wilmington, NC 28409; 395-5824 
YOUTH MINISTER: Mr. Damn Whitener, 6800 Wood Sorrell Rd., Wilmington. NC 28405; 392-7341 
EDUCATION MINISTER: Rev. Ronald Glover, 3804 Doe Clearing Ct.. Wilmington, NC 28409; 395-5824 
SECRETARY: Mrs. Carolyn Sneeden 310 Buckner Dr., Wilmington. NC 28412; 395-0343 
PIANIST: Mrs. Carolyn Davis; 791-4877 

S.S. DIRECTOR: Mrs. Dorothy George, 246 Bright wood Rd., Wilmington, NC 28409; 791-1453 
WMU DIRECTOR: Ms. Laurel French, 2901 Caliber Ct., Wilmington. NC 28405; 452-9912 
DEACON CHM: Mr. Bob Hendrickson, 235 Braxlo Lane. Wilmington, NC 28409; 791-3530 
MEDIA DIRECTOR: Mrs. Ozalia Phelps, 167 Stonewall Jackson Dr., Wilmington, NC 28412; 395-5458 
CHURCH TREASURER: Dr. Robert Hollis, 127 Hollis Lane, Wilmington, NC 28409; 791-0631 
CHURCH CLERK: Mrs. Jo Stroud, 214 Sierra Dr., Wilmington, NC 28409, 799-9811 

MOORE'S CREEK : 3901 Bell Williams Rd., Currie, NC 28435; 283-7263 
PASTOR: Rev. Philip Eakins, 530 Bear Den Rd.. Watha. NC 28471; 283-7657 
SECRETARY: Ms. Peggy McCormick, 3901 Bell Williams Rd., Currie, NC 28435; 283-7263 
MUSIC DIRECTOR: Mrs. Virginia Bell, Bell Williams Rd., Currie, NC 28435; 283-5356 
DEACON CHM: Mr. Brian Mitchell, 16366 US Hwy. 421, Burgaw, NC 28425; 283-5771 
CHURCH TREASURER: Ms. Cynthia Newton, 1891 John Henry Store Rd., Currie, NC 28435; 283-7728 
CHURCH CLERK: Ms. Peggy McCormick, 3901 Bell Williams Rd., Currie, NC 28435, 283-7263 

MT. HOLLY : 5551 Hwy. 117 N., Burgaw, NC 28425; 259-2840 
PASTOR: 

MUSIC DIRECTOR: Mrs. Norma Swann, 1170 Murraytown Rd., Burgaw, NC 28425; 259-4893 
SECRETARY: Ms. Ellen Lanier, 8005 US Hwy. 117 N., Watha, NC 28471; 285-3795 
ORGANIST: Mrs. Lynn Taylor; 675-3744 
PIANIST: Ms. Donna Murray; 259-4429 

S.S. DIRECTOR: Ms. Holly Horton, 6614 US Hwy. 117 N., Watha, NC 28471; 285-4092 
WMU DIRECTOR: Mrs. Thelma Rivenbark, 3200 Hwy. 53, Burgaw, NC 28425; 259-4769 



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DEACON CHM: Mr. Eddie Rivenbark, 8818 Hwy. 53 E., Burgaw, NC 28425; 259-4769 
MEDIA DIRECTOR: Mrs. Carolyn Watkins, 965 White Stocking Rd., Burgaw, NC 28425; 259-5896 
CHURCH TREASURER: Ms. Ellen Lanier, 8005 US Hwy. 117 N., Watha, NC 28471; 285-3795 
STEWARDSHIP CHM: Ms. Ellen Lanier, 8005 US Hwy. 117 N., Watha, NC 28471; 285-3795 
CHURCH CLERK: Ms. Holly Horton, 6614 US Hwy. 117 N., Watha, NC 28471; 285-4092 

MURRAY MEMORIAL : 2501 N. College Rd., Wilmington, NC 28405; 791-6053 
PASTOR: Dr. Allen McKeithan, 6914 Masonboro Sound Rd., Wilmington, NC 28409; 799-3902 
MUSIC MINISTER: Rev. Steve McLean, 3221 S. Woolwitch Ct., Castle Hayne, NC 28429; 675-1329 
ASSOCIATE PASTOR: Rev. Danny Bright, 3606 Broken Limb, Wilmington, NC 28405; 791-5959 
EDUCATION MINISTER: Rev. Danny Bright, 3606 Broken Limb, Wilmington, NC 28405; 791-5959 
YOUTH DIRECTOR: Mr. Rocky Myrick, 6218 Mallard Or., Wilmington, NC 28403; 395-0207 
SECRETARY: Mrs. Nancy Kling, 206 Northbrook Dr., Wilmington, NC 28405; 392-0617 
ORGANIST: Mrs. JoLynn Futch; 283-7321 
PIANIST: Miss Donna Bentosh; 392-8074 

S.S. DIRECTOR: Mr. Robert Fowler, 103 W. Kilarny Rd., Wilmington, NC 28409; 452-0986 
D.T. DIRECTOR: Mr. Robert Fowler, 103 W. Kilarny Rd., Wilmington, NC 28409; 452-0986 
BROTHERHOOD DIR: Rev. Bill Shourds, 72 Port-O-Pines, Wilmington, NC 28405; 392-6081 
WMU DIRECTOR: Mrs. Joyce Paramore, 4502 Middlesex Rd., Wilmington, NC 28405; 395-4228 
DEACON CHM: Mr. Ray Butler, 317 Birds Nest Court, Wilmington, NC 28405; 799-0828 
MEDIA DIRECTOR: Mrs. Johanna King, 1910 Farley Rd., Wilmington, NC 28405; 791-2941 
CHURCH TREASURER: Mr. Clement Goodson, 4406 Raspberry Rd., Wilmington, NC 28405; 799-9193 
STEWARDSHIP CHM: Mr. Glenn Kling, 206 Northbrook Dr., Wilmington, NC 28405; 392-0617 
CHURCH CLERK: Mrs. Lucille Worthington, 2035 N. Kerr Ave., Wilmington. NC 28405; 791-9582 

MYRTLE GROVE : 5524 Myrtle Grove Rd., Wilmington, NC 28409; 395-1026 
PASTOR: 

YOUTH DIRECTOR: Miss Laura Saunders, 201 Wrenwood Cr., Wilmington, NC 28405; 452-2802 
RECREATION DIR: Mrs. Carolyn Smith, 126 Mohawk Trail, Wilmington, NC 28409; 791-9713 
SECRETARY: Ms. Diane Smith, 6234 Carolina Beach Rd., Wilmington, NC 28412; 392-5059 
ORGANIST: Mrs. Becky Smith; 395-0724 
PIANIST: Mrs. Lucille Shepard; 675-2435 

S.S. DIRECTOR: Mr. Bryan Smith, 126 Mohawk Trail, Wilmington, NC 28409; 791-9713 

WMU DIRECTOR: Mrs. June Tregembo, 5811 Carolina Beach Rd., Wilmington, NC 28409; 791-0472 

DEACON CHM: Mr. Larry Botts, 410 Sharon Dr., Wilmington, NC 28409; 791-3242 

MEDIA DIRECTOR: Mrs. Lannette Long. 5212 Old Myrtle Grove Rd., Wilmington, NC 28409; 799-6814 

CHURCH TREASURER: Mrs. Everlena Raper, 6234 Carolina Beach Rd., Wilmington, NC 28412; 791-2806 

STEWARDSHIP CHM: Mr. Don DeWitt, 116 Horndale Dr., Wilmington, NC 28409; 791-4273 

CHURCH CLERK: Mrs. Billie Botts, 410 Sharon Dr., Wilmington, NC 28409; 791-3242 

NEW HOPE : P. 0. Box 446, Leland, NC 28451; 371-2821 
PASTOR: 

MUSIC DIRECTOR: Mr. Allen Grey , 1740 Leland School House Rd., Leland, NC 28451; 371-9649 
SECRETARY: Ms. Diane Medlin, 9768 Sturgeon Dr., N.E., Leland, NC 28451; 371-3546 
PIANIST: Mrs. Christine Smith; 253-5147 

S.S. DIRECTOR: Mr. Allen Grey, 1740 Leland School House Rd., Leland, NC 28451; 371-9649 
DEACON CHM: Mr. Allen Grey, 1740 Leland School House Rd., Leland, NC 28451; 371-6949 
MEDIA DIRECTOR: Mrs. Sandra Frink, 9052 Sunbury St., Leland. NC 28451; 371-2420 
CHURCH TREASURER: Mr. Bill Brew, 1194 Old Mill Creek Rd., S.E., Winnabow, NC 28474; 253-5008 
CHURCH CLERK: Ms. Becky Ellers, 10349 Royster Rd., Leland, NC 28451; 371-2186 



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OAK GROVE : 7990 Market St.. Wilmington, NC 28405; 686-7806 
PASTOR: Rev. Rick Howell. Jr.. 6509 Greenville Loop Rd., Lot #208, Wilmington, NC 28409; 791-7060 
MUSIC DIRECTOR: Ms. Suzanne Ladd, 804 Bonham Ave., Wilmington, NC 28403; 
SECRETARY: Ms. Edna Wells. 146 Brentwood Dr., Wilmington, NC 28401; 763-9526 
PIANIST: Ms. Cindi Driggers 

CHURCH TREASURER: Mrs. Edna Wells. 146 Brentwood Dr.. Wilmington. NC 28401; 763-9526 
CHURCH CLERK: Mrs. Edna Wells, 146 Brentwood Dr.. Wilmington, NC 28401; 763 9526 

OGDEN: 7121 Market St., Wilmington, NC 28405; 686-7488 
PASTOR: Rev. Duncan Futrelle, 3626 Middle Sound Loop Rd., Wilmington, NC 28405; 686-1482 
MUSIC DIRECTOR: Mr. Robert Cox, 450 Pheasant Ct., Wilmington, NC 28403; 
MISSION PASTOR: Rev. Tae Ku Lee. 998 St. Andrews Dr.. #101. Wilmington. NC 28412; 452-5305 
YOUTH DIRECTOR: Miss Traci Batten. 4210 Wilshire Blvd., Apt. 106 B, Wilmington, NC 28403, 452-7286 
SECRETARY: Mrs. Tammy Brock. 3606 Sutton Dr., Wilmington, NC 28409; 395-2878 
ORGANIST: Mrs. Millie Turner-Tyson; 686-7488 
PIANIST: Mrs. Rachel Garrett; 686-7488 

S.S. DIRECTOR: Mrs. Susan Humphrey, 310 Windemere Rd., Wilmington, NC 28405; 791-8048 
O.T. DIRECTOR: Mr. Preston Barham, 6309 Strawtield Dr., Wilmington, NC 28405; 392-5343 
BROTHERHOOD DIR: Mr. Billy Watkins, 225 Springdaie Dr., Wilmington, NC 28405: 791-2869 
WMU DIRECTOR: Mrs. Maggie Hardison, 321 Toulon Dr.. Wilmington, NC 28405; 791-5863 
DEACON CHM: Mr. Larry Hauser. 110 Spring Creek Lane, Wilmington, NC 28405; 686-0115 
CHURCH TREASURER: Mr. Burns Swinson, 30 Station Rd., Wilmington, NC 28405; 791-5070 
STEWARDSHIP CHM: Mr. Larry Hauser. 110 Spring Creek Lane, Wilmington, NC 28405; 686-0115 
CHURCH CLERK: Mrs. Susie Smythe. 277 Buff Circle. Wilmington, NC 28405; 686-4317 

OGDEN KOREAN : 7121 Market St., Wilmington, NC 28405; 686-7488 
PASTOR: Rev. Tae Ku Lee, 998 St. Andrews Dr., #101, Wilmington, NC 28412; 452-5305 
SECRETARY: Mrs. Tammy Brock, 3606 Sutton Dr., Wilmington, NC 28409; 395-2878 
PIANIST: Mrs. Sue Davis; 799-9145 

CHURCH TREASURER: Mr. Burns Swinson, 30 Station Rd., Wilmington, NC 28405; 791-5070 
CHURCH CLERK: Mrs. Susie Smythe, 277 Buff Circle, Wilmington, NC 28405; 686-4317 

OLIVET : 138 Glendaie Dr., Wilmington, NC 28401; 762-8686 
PASTOR: Rev. Gwyn Reeves, Jr., 161 Brentwood Dr., Wilmington, NC 28401; 763-4992 
MUSIC DIRECTOR: Mrs. Jean Jordan, 222 Oakcrest Dr., Wilmington, NC 28403; 791-3547 
RECREATION DIRECTOR: Mrs. Teresa Miles, 109 Victoria Dr.. Wilmington, NC 28401; 762-0755 
SECRETARY: Mrs. Jean Jordan, 222 Oakcrest Dr., Wilmington, NC 28403; 791-3547 
ORGANIST: Mrs. Jean Jordan; 791-3547 

S.S. DIRECTOR: Mr. Ricky Miles, 109 Victoria Dr., Wilmington, NC 28401; 762-0755 
D.T. DIRECTOR: Mr. Randall File, 132 Gordon Rd., Wilmington, NC 28405, 763-1938 
BROTHERHOOD DIR: Mr. Leonard Wolff, 437 Castle Hayne Rd., Wilmington, NC 28401, 763-1938 
WMU DIRECTOR: Mrs. Nancy File, 132 Gordon Rd., Wilmington, NC 28401; 763-1938 
DEACON CHM: Mr. Leonard Wolff, 437 Castle Hayne Rd., Wilmington, NC 28401; 763-1938 
MEDIA DIRECTOR: Mrs. Nell Walker, 200 Palmetto Dr.. Wilmington. NC 28401; 762-8118 
CHURCH TREASURER: Mrs. Mary Kemp, 132 Victoria Dr., Wilmington, NC 28401, 763-2613 
STEWARDSHIP CHM: Mr. Earl Stevens, 128 Gordon Rd., Wilmington, NC 28401; 763-6657 
MISSIONS DEVELOP. DIR: Mr. Lowell Sherman, 117 Arlington Dr., Wilmington, 28401; 763-2037 
CHURCH CLERK: Mrs. Jean Jordan, 222 Oakcrest Dr., Wilmington, NC 28403; 791-3547 



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PENPERLEA : 1505 Eleanor Roosevelt Rd., Willard, NC 28478; 285-5916 
PASTOR: 

PIANIST: Ms. Mary Ann Blanton; 285-3829 

S.S. DIRECTOR: Mr. Thomas Dixon, 1009 Giddeons Pond Rd., Willard, NC 28478; 285-4276 
WMU DIRECTOR: Ms. Betty McGlohon, 552 Garden Rd., Willard, NC 28478; 285-3547 
DEACON CHM: Mr. Nathan Wells, 6302 Horsebranch Rd., Watha, NC 28471; 285-4581 
CHURCH TREASURER: Mr. Nathan Wells, 6302 Horsebranch Rd., Watha, NC 28471; 285-4581 
CHURCH CLERK: Ms. Sophie Wells, 6146 Horsebranch Rd., Watha, NC 28471; 285-3049 

PINE VALLEY : 3940 Shipyard Blvd., Wilmington, NC 28403; 791-1949 
PASTOR: Rev. David McLaurin, 705 Burney St., Wilmington, NC 28412; 452-5972 
MUSIC MINISTER: Rev. Steve Jeremias, 326 Pinecliff Dr., Wilmington, NC 28409; 452-5972 
ASSOC. PASTOR/SR. ADULTS: Rev. Steve Jeremias, 326 Pinecliff Dr., Wilmington, NC 28409; 452-5972 
SINGLE ADULT MINISTER: Mrs. Ruth Murray, 3416 Chalmers Dr., Wilmington, NC 28409; 791-2065 
YOUTH/OUTREACH MINISTER: Rev. Rob Dickson, 1510-C Cameron Ct., Wilmington, NC 28401; 452-1181 
SECRETARY: Mrs. Sherry Dittmer, 36 Beauregard Dr., Wilmington, NC 28412; 791-9071 
ORGANIST: Mr. Joey Marlowe; 799-3004 
PIANIST: Mr. Brad Merritt; 799-3679 

S.S. DIRECTORS: Mrs. Leanna Lawrence, 1025 Robert E. Lee Dr., Wilmington, NC 791-9006 
O.T. DIRECTOR: Mr. Bobby Willis, 518 Jeb Stuart Dr., Wilmington, NC 28412; 791-0826 
WMU DIRECTOR: Mrs. Suzanne McCarthy, 4616 Bentley Dr., Wilmington, NC 28409; 395-1944 
DEACON CHM: Mr. Fred Wells, 5506 Captains Lane, Wilmington, NC 28409; 395-1270 
MEDIA DIRECTOR: Mrs. Judy Connelly, 302 Early Dr., Wilmington, NC 28412; 791-3489 
CHURCH TREASURER: Mr. Menton Padgett, 5479 Eastwind Rd., Wilmington, NC 28403; 791-8079 
STEWARDSHIP CHM: Mr. John Brooks, P. 0. Box 3161, Wilmington, NC 28406; 392-3747 
CHURCH CLERK: Mr. Charles Faulk, 3425 S. College Rd., Wilmington, NC 28412; 791-0419 

PINE VIEW : P. 0. Box 4815, Wilmington, NC 28406; 763-7000 
PASTOR: Rev. Joe Davis, 4383 Blueberry Rd., Currie, NC 28435; 283-7133 
SECRETARY: Ms. Joyce Suggs, 1070 Cowpen Landing Rd.. Wilmington, NC 28401; 763-7492 
S.S. DIRECTOR: Mr. Roger Ramsey, 145 Baldwin Dr., Leland, NC 28451; 
DEACON CHM: Mr. Monroe Peterson, 2107 Oakley Rd., Castle Hayne, NC 28429; 763-2585 
CHURCH TREASURER: Ms. Joyce Suggs, 1070 Cowpen Landing Rd., Wilmington, NC 28401; 763-7492 
CHURCH CLERK: Mrs. Linda Ramsey, 145 Baldwin Dr.. Leland, NC 28451; 

RILEY'S CREEK : 19845 NC Hwy. 210, Rocky Point, NC 28457; 675-2127 
PASTOR: Rev. Jim Quails, 743 Clarks Landing Rd., Rocky Point, NC 28457; 675-1357 
MUSIC DIRECTOR: Ms. Becky Blanchard, 17966 NC Hwy. 210, Rocky Point, NC 28457; 675-0836 
YOUTH DIRECTOR: Mr. Stan Harts, 300 Poplar Branch Rd., Rocky Point, NC 28457; 675-1486 
RECREATION DIR: Mrs. Janna Quails, 743 Clarks Landing Rd., Rocky Point, NC 28457; 675-1357 
SECRETARY: Mrs. Katherine Huggins, 19550 NC Hwy. 210, Rocky Point, NC 28457; 675-2274 
ORGANIST: Ms. Becky Blanchard; 675-0836 
PIANIST: Ms. Becky Blanchard; 675-0836 

S.S. DIRECTOR: Mr. Fred Walker, 5376 Heading Cluff Rd., Currie, NC 28435; 283-7339 
BROTHERHOOD DIRECTOR: Mr. Rick Beacham, 311 E. Bridger St., Burgaw, NC 28425; 259-5202 
WMU DIRECTOR: Mrs. Linda Richards, 110 W. Bridger St., Burgaw, NC 28425; 259-5428 
MEDIA DIRECTOR: Ms. Mary Glisson, 24933 NC Hwy. 210, Currie, NC 28435; 259-2502 
CHURCH TREASURER: Mrs. Katherine Huggins, 19550 NC Hwy. 210, Rocky Point, NC 28457; 675-2274 
STEWARDSHIP CHM: Mr. James Davis, 164 Clarks Landing Rd., Rocky Point, NC 28457; 675-2095 
EVANGELISM CHM: Mrs. Loranda Walker, 5376 Heading Bluff Rd., Currie, NC 28435; 283-7339 
CHURCH CLERK: Ms. Barbara Rooks, 456 Scott Rd., Rocky Point, NC 28457; 675-0513 



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BOCKV POINT : P. 0. Box 400, Rocky Point, NC 28457; 675-2535 
PASTOR: 

DEACON CHM: Mr. John Pierce, 544 Sandy Bend Rd., Rocky Point, NC 28457; 675-0338 
WMU DIRECTOR: Mrs. Edna Pierce, 544 Sandy Bend Rd., Rocky Point, NC 28457; 675-0338 
CHURCH TREASURER: Mr. John Pierce, 544 Sandy Bend Rd., Rocky Point, NC 28457; 675-0338 

SAINT PAUL : 4646 Gordon Rd., Wilmington, NC 28405 
PASTOR: Rev. Malcom Lewis. 3984 Malpass Corner Rd., Burgaw, NC 28425; 283-7996 
ORGANIST: Ms. Vivian Haynes; 762-7068 

S.S. DIRECTOR: Mr. Frank Walker, 2708 McClammy St., Wilmington. NC 28405, 
762-2539 

CHURCH TREASURER: Mr. Frank Walker. 2708 McClammy St.. Wilmington. NC 28405; 762-2539 
CHURCH CLERK: Mrs. Thelma Walker. 2708 McClammy St., Wilmington, NC 28405; 762-2539 

SCOTTS HILL : 185 Scotts Hill Loop Rd., Wilmington, NC 28405; 686-9885 
PASTOR: Or. Eddie Davis, III, 396 LaSalle St., Wilmington, NC 28405; 686-1035 
MUSIC MINISTER: Rev. Darby Worrell, 149 LaFayette St., Wilmington, NC 28405; 686-1290 
YOUTH MINISTER: Rev. Darby Worrell, 149 LaFayette St., Wilmington. NC 28405; 686-1290 
SECRETARY: Mrs. Carol Batts, 10165 Sidbury Rd.. Wilmington, NC 28405; 686-9566 
PIANIST: Mrs. Kathy Brite; 686-0834 

S.S. DIRECTOR: Mr. Stewart Brown, 143 High Tide Dr., Wilmington, NC 28405; 686-7413 
D.T. DIRECTOR: Mr. Bobby Rosinbaum P. 0. Box 2546, Surf City, NC 28443; 329-1938 
BROTHERHOOD DIR: Mr. David Rivenbark. 228 Wooddale Dr.. Wilmington. NC 28405; 395-0145 
WMU DIRECTOR: Mrs. Kay Loflin. 125 Mark Twain Dr.. Wilmington. NC 28405; 686-1706 
DEACON CHM: Mr. Danna Ferrell, 116 Laffitte St., Wilmington, NC 28405; 686-4292 
MEDIA DIRECTOR: Mrs. Jerri Jones, 175 Lafayette St., Wilmington, NC 28405; 686-7695 
CHURCH TREASURER: Mr. Glenn Marshburn, 398 LaSalle St., Wilmington, NC 28405; 686-7332 
STEWARDSHIP CHM: Mr. Stewart Brown. 143 High Tide Dr.. Wilmington, NC 28405; 686-7413 
MISSIONS DEVELOPMENT DIR: Mr. Bill Hobbs, 399 LaFayette St., Wilmington, NC 28405; 686-0734 
CHURCH CLERK: Mrs. Betsy Jones, 325 Wellington Or., Wilmington, NC 28405; 686-0776 

SEA GATE : 6115 Oleander Dr., Wilmington, NC 28403; 791-8943 
PASTOR: Rev. Robert E. Lee, 6218 Greenville Sound Rd., Wilmington, NC 28409; 350-0888 
MUSIC DIRECTOR: Mrs. Patsy Murray, 4906 Wrightsville Ave., Wilmington, NC 28403; 791-8645 
YOUTH MINISTERS: Mr. & Mrs. Tom Repik. 5027 Barefoot Dr.. Wilmington. NC 28403; 791-4412 
SECRETARY: Mrs. Shirley Lee. 6218 Greenville Sound Rd., Wilmington, NC 28409; 350-0888 
ORGANIST: Mrs. Ruth Lehrschall; 763-0954 
PIANIST: Mrs. Dean Surratt; 791-6470 

S.S. DIRECTOR: Mr. Martin J. Stubbs, 5818 Solera Dr.. Wilmington. NC 28403; 799-8615 
D.T. DIRECTOR: Mr. Roy Saunders, 126 Sebrell Ave., Wilmington, NC 28403; 791-9485 
BROTHERHOOD DIR: Capt. Eddie Haneman, 118 Hinton Ave., Wilmington. NC 28403; 791-0187 
WMU DIRECTOR: Mrs. Evelyn Little, 308 Hooker Rd., Wilmington, NC 28403; 799-0747 
MEDIA DIRECTOR: Mrs. Jeanette McMillan, 237 Peiffer Ave., Wilmington. NC 28409; 791-8218 
CHURCH TREASURER: Mrs. Kay Repik, 5027 Barefoot Dr., Wilmington, NC 28403; 791-4412 
STEWARDSHIP CHM: Mr. Tom Repik, 5027 Barefoot Dr., Wilmington, NC 28405; 791-4412 
MISSIONS DEVELOPMENT DIR: Rev. Paul Nix, 104 Pecan Ave., Wilmington, NC 28403; 799-8525 
CHURCH CLERK: Miss Dorothy Rockmere, 6301 Greenville Sound Rd., Wilmington, NC 28409; 350-0200 



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SHILOH : 19685 US Hwy. 421. Watha. NC 28471; 283-9676 
PASTOR: Rev. Ed Elliott, 85 Tedder Rd.. Ivanhoe. NC 28447; 283-9287 
MUSIC DIRECTOR: Ms. Edna Moore. 776 Tedder Rd., Ivanhoe. NC 28447; 283-7237 
SECRETARY: Ms. Berlene Boney, 1080 Tedder Rd., Ivanhoe, NC 28447; 283 7503 
ORGANIST: Ms. Pat Simmons; 283-5815 
PIANIST: Mrs. Caren Elliott; 283-9287 

S.S. OIRECTOR: Mr. Donald Caison, 10016 US Hwy. 421 W., Burgaw, NC 28425; 283-4242 

O.T. DIRECTOR: Mrs. Pearline Newton, 4376 Shiloh Rd., Watha, NC 28471; 283-5618 

BROTHERHOOD DIR: Mr. J. R. Vernon, Shiloh Rd., Watha, 28471; 283-5012 

WMU DIRECTOR: Ms. Lucille Eakins. 201 Bear Deer Dr., Watha, NC 28471; 283-5301 

OEACON CHM: Mr. Charles Lee. 1847 Shiloh Rd.. Watha, 28471; 283-5026 

MEDIA DIRECTOR: Mrs. Lila Walker, Ivanhoe, NC 28471 

CHURCH TREASURER: Mrs. Iris Gurganous, 23701 US Hwy. 421, Willard, NC 28478; 283-7269 
STEWARDSHIP CHM: Ms. Elsie Simpson, 84 Jesse Moore Rd., Ivanhoe, NC 28447; 285-5509 
EVANGELISM CHM: Mr. Marshall Williams, 601 Raleigh Rd., Wallace, NC 28466; 285-2275 
CHURCH CLERK: Ms. Edna Rae Rivenbark, 6771 Shiloh Rd., Watha, NC 28471; 283-7123 

SILVER LAKE : 4715 Carolina Beach Rd., Wilmington, NC 28412; 791-9171 
PASTOR: Dr. Mike Moore, P. 0. Box 478, Kure Beach, NC 28449; 458-7146 
MUSIC MINISTER: Ms. Glenda Bohannon, 515 Colony Circle N., Wilmington. NC 28409; 392-2466 
YOUTH MINISTER: Ms. Glenda Bohannon, 515 Colony Circle N.. Wilmington, NC 28409; 392-2466 
SECRETARY: Ms. Teresa Rivenbark, 812 Musevale Rd., Wilmington, NC 28412; 395-0454 
ORGANIST: Ms. Diann Hayes; 371 0970 
PIANIST: Ms. Sabre Duncan; 799-5660 

S.S. DIRECTOR: Ms. Sabra Duncan, 4942 Wilderness Rd., Wilmington, NC 28412; 799-5660 
BROTHERHOOD DIR: Mr. Richard Hayes, 110 Shady Lane Box 32, Leland, NC 28451; 791-0970 
WMU DIRECTOR: Mrs. Betty Sasser, 299 Shannon Dr., Wilmington, NC 28409; 799-2427 
DEACON CHM: Mr. Mickey Matthews, 4913 Tanbark Dr., Wilmington, NC 28412; 799-0350 
CHURCH TREASURER: Mrs. Betty Sasser, 299 Shannon Dr., Wilmington, NC 28409; 799-2427 
STEWARDSHIP CHM: Mr. Don Sasser, 299 Shannon Dr., Wilmington, NC 28409; 799-2427 
CHURCH CLERK: Ms. Claudia Matthews, 4913 Tanbark Dr., Wilmington, NC 28412; 799-0350 

SOUTHSIDE : 3320 S. College Rd., Wilmington, NC 28412; 799-4751 
PASTOR: Rev. Ronald Bryan, 4912 Crosswinds Dr., Wilmington, NC 28409; 392-0809 
MUSIC DIRECTOR: Ms. Susan Braatz, P. 0. Box 957. Hampstead, NC 28443 

YOUTH/EDUCATION MINISTER: Rev. David Wood, 1815 Savannah Ct., Wilmington, NC 28403; 341-3083 
SECRETARY: Mrs. Betty Busby, 342 Cherokee Trail, Wilmington, NC 28403; 799-4997 
PIANIST: Mrs. Edith Lewis; 791-2998 

S.S. DIRECTOR: Mr. Jim McLean, 110 Red Fox Rd., Wilmington, NC 28409; 392-1104 
D.T. DIRECTOR: Mr. Ronnie Wrench, 117 Kingston Rd., Wilmington. NC 28409; 791-1603 
BROTHERHOOD DIR: Mr. Harold Hicks, 150 Cheyenne Trail, Wilmington, NC 28409; 799-7016 
WMU DIRECTOR: Mrs. Mary Lennon, 157 Cliffside Dr., Wilmington. NC 28409; 791-8916 
DEACON CHM: Mr. Jim Watkins, 302 Antoinette Dr., Wilmington, NC 28412; 791-7033 
MEDIA DIRECTOR: Ms. Renee Warren, 5827 Solera Rd., Wilmington, NC 28403; 791-9717 
CHURCH TREASURER: Mrs. Dorothy West, 3642 Masonboro Rd., Wilmington. NC 28409; 392-3874 
CHURCH CLERK: Mrs. Wanda Piatt, 2132 John Henry Store Rd., Currie, NC 28435; 283-9598 



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SUNSET PARK : 231 Central Blvd.. Wilmington. NC 28401; 762-4486 
PASTOR: 

MUSIC MINISTER: Rev. Ed Hollis. 554 Mohican Trail, Wilmington, NC 28409; 395-1654 
SECRETARY: Ms. Janette Rothe, 805 Haymaker Lane, Wilmington, NC 28412; 799-0379 
ORGANIST: Ms. Martha Hales; 791-5252 
PIANIST: Ms. Gale Beattie; 762 5054 

S.S. DIRECTOR: Mr. Donald Branch. 4954 Pleasant Oaks Dr.. Wilmington, NC 28412; 395-0424 
D.T. DIRECTOR: Mr. Bill Oaks, 1513 Parmele Dr., Wilmington, NC 28401; 763-8174 
BROTHERHOOD OIR: Mr. Paul Berry, 2 Church St., Wilmington, NC 28401; 763 5280 
WMU DIRECTOR: Mrs. Frances Harrell, 344 Cape Fear Blvd., Wilmington, NC 28401; 763-5887 
DEACON CHM: Mr. Bill Oaks. 1513 Parmele Dr.. Wilmington. NC 28401; 763-8174 
MEDIA DIRECTOR: Mrs. Angela Boswell, 210 Hollins Rd.. Wilmington. NC 28412; 799-4513 
CHURCH TREASURER: Mr. Glenn Thompson, 402 Buccaneer Rd., Wilmington, NC 28409; 791-3096 
CHURCH CLERK: Ms. Dorothy Moore, 3225 Red Berry Dr., Wilmington, NC 28409; 395-3170 

SURF CITY : P. 0. Box 2607, Surf City, NC 28445; 328-2831 
PASTOR: Rev. Don Horn, P. 0. Box 2607, Surf City, NC 28445; 328-2831 
MUSIC DIRECTOR: Mrs. Shirley Horn. P. 0. Box 2607, Surf City, NC 28445; 328-2831 
MISSION PASTOR: Rev. Dwayne Collins, 1794 New River Inlet Rd., Sneads Ferry, NC 28460; 328-2134 
YOUTH OIRECTOR: Mr. Lynn Lanier, 1266 Hwy. 210 West, Hempstead, NC 28443, 270-4432 
SECRETARY: Miss Donna Horn, P. 0. Box 2607, Surf City, NC 28445; 328-2831 
ORGANIST: Ms. Estelle Richert; 329-2589 
PIANIST: Ms. Peggy Bailey; 328-0311 

S.S. DIRECTOR: Mr. Tom Arndt. Rt. 1, Box 65, Holly Ridge, NC 28445; 328-2727 
BROTHERHOOD DIR. Mr. Robert Carnaghan, 306 St. Moritz, Sneads Ferry, NC 28460; 328-2642 
WMU DIRECTOR: Ms. Jessie Borchers, Rt. 1, Box 278, Holly Ridge. NC 28445; 328-1226 
DEACON CHM: Mr. Ben Tuck, P. 0. Box 2192, Surf City, NC 28445; 328-8001 
CHURCH TREASURER: Ms. Delora Dixon, Rt., 1, Box 354, Holly Ridge, NC 28445; 328-1867 
STEWARDSHIP CHM: Mrs. Cathy Medlin, P. 0. Box 2071, Surf City, NC 28445; 328-2095 
CHURCH CLERK: Mrs. Bettie Sauer, Rt. 1. Box 350- A, Holly Ridge. NC 28445; 328-1663 

TEMPLE : 1801 Market St.. Wilmington, NC 28403; 763-3351 
PASTOR: Dr. James Whetstone, 2222 Market St., Wilmington, NC 28403; 763-5700 
MUSIC MINISTER: Rev. Jimmy Rogers, 3431 Chalmers Dr., Wilmington, NC 28409; 395-4920 
EDUCATION MINISTER: Miss Julie McVey, 4407 Holly Tree Rd., Wilmington, NC 28409; 452-9042 
YOUTH MINISTER: Miss Julie McVey, 4407 Holly Tree Rd., Wilmington. NC 28409; 452-9042 
SECRETARY: Mrs. Carolyn Moore, P. 0. Box 622, Hampstead. NC 28443; 763-3351 
ORGANIST: Mr. Wayne Figart; 763-1619 

S.S DIRECTOR: Mr. Tim Marshall, 1824 Pembroke Jones Rd., Wilmington, NC 28405; 256-9640 
D.T. DIRECTOR: Miss Julie McVey, 4407 Holly Tree Rd., Wilmington, NC 28409; 452 9042 
BROTHERHOOD DIR: Mr. Jim Simmons. 418 Stonewall Jackson Dr., Wilmington, NC 28412; 791-3633 
WMU DIRECTOR: Mrs. Carolyn Edens, 4214 Lockwood Dr., Wilmington, NC 28405; 791-3888 
DEACON CHM: Mr. Bill Hobbs, Jr., 2234 Metts Ave., Wilmington, NC 28403; 763-7880 
MEDIA DIRECTOR: Mrs. Nell Carpenter, 1919 E. Lake Shore Dr., Wilmington, NC 28401; 763-6214 
CHURCH TREASURER: Mr. William Brock, 4710 Long Leaf Hills, Wilmington, NC 28409; 791-2462 
STEWARDSHIP CHM: Mr. John Coward, 426 Wayne Dr.. Wilmington. NC 28403; 
CHURCH CLERK: Mr. Mike Pine. 327 Pine Cliff Dr., Wilmington. NC 28403; 799-1769 



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TOPSAIL : 18885 Hwy. 17 N., Hampstead. NC 28443; 270-9038 
PASTOR: 

MUSIC DIRECTOR: Mrs. Peggy Batson, 1763 Watts Landing Rd., Hampstead, NC 28443; 270-9458 
YOUTH DIRECTOR: Mrs. Nancy Coston, 544 Hwy. 210 E., Hampstead, NC 28443; 329-8761 
SECRETARY: Ms. Beverly Grose, 205 Watts Landing Rd., Hampstead, NC 28443; 329-1755 
ORGANIST: Ms. Evelyn Champagne; 270-3983 
PIANIST: Ms- Claudette Brown; 270-3202 

S.S. DIRECTOR: Mr. Bill Coston, 544 Hwy. 210 E., Hampstead, NC 28443; 329-8761 
BROTHERHOOD DIR: Mr. Vernon Manning, 411 Lakeview Dr., Hampstead, NC 28443; 270-4405 
WMU DIRECTOR: Mrs. Emily Rochelle, 548 Hwy. 210 E., Hampstead, NC 28443; 329-8171 
DEACON CHM: Mr. Durwood Bradshaw, 139 Kings Landing Rd., Hampstead, NC 28443; 270-2637 
CHURCH TREASURER: Mrs. Janice Bradshaw, 139 Kings Landing Rd., Hampstead, NC 28443; 270-2637 
CHURCH CLERK: Mrs. Nancy Coston, 543 Hwy. 210 E., Hampstead, NC 28443; 329-8761 

VICTORY : 12646 US Hwy. 117 S., Rocky Point, NC 28457; 675-1511 
PASTOR: Rev. Horace Hall, 5125 Lord Tennyson Rd., Wilmington, NC 28405; 799-5589 
MUSIC DIRECTOR: Mr. Terry McCoy, 205 Tom Ave., Castle Hayne, NC 28429; 675-9887 
YOUTH DIRECTOR: Mrs. Theresa McCoy, 205 Tom Ave., Castle Hayne, NC 28429; 675-9887 
SECRETARY: Mrs. Kim Stettler, 139 Marlboro Farms Rd., Rocky Point, NC 28457, 675-8372 
PIANIST: Ms. Judy Reed; 791-1422 

S.S. DIRECTOR: Mrs. Kim Stettler, 139 Marlboro Farms Rd., Rocky Point, NC 28457; 675-8372 
D.T. DIRECTOR: Mr. Jim Lofts, 225 Northwest Ave., Burgaw, NC 28425; 259-3108 
BROTHERHOOD DIR: Mr. Chip Stettler, 139 Marlboro Farms Rd., Rocky Point, NC 28457; 675-8372 
WMU DIRECTOR: Ms. Betty Meadows, 1305 Cheshire Rd., Rocky Point, NC 28457; 675-1909 
CHURCH TREASURER: Mr. Chip Stettler, 139 Marlboro Farms Rd., Rocky Point, NC 28457; 675-8372 
CHURCH CLERK: Mrs. Kim Stettler, 139 Marlboro Farms Rd., Rocky Point, NC 28457; 675-8372 

WALLACE. FIRST : 408 West Main St., Wallace, NC 28466; 285-2534 
PASTOR: Rev. Dennis Bazemore, 1008 Eastwood Dr., Wallace, NC 28466; 285-6336 
MUSIC MINISTER: Rev. Randy Barnes, 115 Autumn Dr., Teachey, NC 28464; 285-6649 
YOUTH MINISTER: Rev. Randy Barnes, 115 Autumn Dr., Teachey, NC 28464; 285-6649 
SECRETARY: Mrs. Charlotte Jones, 905 N.W. Railroad St., Wallace, NC 28466; 285-2903 
ORGANIST: Mrs. Linda Maready; 285-7108 
PIANIST: Mrs. Linda Bazemore; 285-6336 

S.S. DIRECTOR: Mrs. Teresa McLemore, 13 Patrick Henry Ct„ Wallace, NC 28466; 285-4757 
D.T. DIRECTOR: Rev. Dennis Bazemore, 1008 Eastwood Dr., Wallace, NC 28466; 285-6336 
BROTHERHOOD DIR: Mr. Jim Perry, 4310 Willard Rd., Wallace, NC 28466; 285-6970 
WMU DIRECTOR: Mrs. Willa Currie, 800 Miami Ave., Wallace, NC 28466; 285-4510 
DEACON CHM: Mr. Max Teachey, 911 NW Railroad St., Wallace, NC 28466; 285-2184 
MEDIA DIRECTOR: Mrs. Teresa McLemore, 13 Patrick Henry Ct., Wallace, NC 28466; 285-4757 
CHURCH TREASURER: Mrs. Doris Brooks, P. 0. Box 507, Wallace, NC 28466; 285-2262 
STEWARDSHIP CHM: Mr. Mike Hughes, 17 Washington Circle, Wallace, NC 28466; 285-6254 
CHURCH CLERK: Mrs. Betty Padgett, 269 Cornwallis Rd., Teachey, NC 28464; 285-291 1 

WATHA : 50 N. Charlotte St., Watha, 28471; 285-6868 
PASTOR: Rev. Timothy Flint, 511 N. Belvedere Dr., Hampstead, NC 28443; 270-9655 
MUSIC DIRECTOR: Mrs. Wilma Gelbhaar, 81 Mary Slocum Rd., Watha, NC 28471; 285-3537 
PIANIST: Mrs. Wilma Gelbhaar; 285-3537 

S.S. DIRECTOR: Mr. Robert Foster, 910 Lake Rd., Watha, NC 28471; 285-6331 

WMU DIRECTOR: Mrs. Christy Hanchey, 1715 Anderson Rd., Watha, NC 28471; 285-3722 

DEACON CHM: Mr. Ernest Gott, 6986 Horse Branch Rd., Watha, NC 28471; 285-7895 



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CHURCH TREASURER: Mrs. Betty Owens, 1681 Anderson Rd.. Watha, NC 28471; 285-4867 
CHURCH CLERK: Mrs. Betty Owens, 1681 Anderson Rd.. Wetha, NC 28471; 285-4867 



WHISPERING PINES : 6547 Carolina Beach Rd., Wilmington, NC 28412; 791-6584 
PASTOR: Dr. Charles Harris, 6551 Carolina Beach Rd., Wilmington, NC 28409; 452-1309 
MUSIC DIRECTOR: Ms. Teresa Roggina, 112 Horndale Dr., Wilmington, NC 28409; 791-5346 
YOUTH DIRECTOR: Mr. Jonny Watkins, 6415 Myrtle Grove Rd., Lot 45, Wilmington, NC 28409; 392-9933 
SECRETARY: Mrs. Faye Harris, 6551 Carolina Beach Rd., Wilmington, NC 28409; 452 -1309 
PIANIST: Mrs. Lynne Howell; 791-9586 

S.S. DIRECTOR: Mr. Mike Tartt, 429 Semmes Dr., Wilmington, NC 28412; 799-4238 
BROTHERHOOD DIR: Mr. Phil Sherrill, 314 Cherokee Trail, Wilmington, NC 28409; 799-4870 
WMU DIRECTOR: Mrs. Jesma Roggina, 112 Horndale Dr.. Wilmington, NC 28409; 791-5346 
DEACON CHM: Mr. A. J. Pridgen. 214 Oakhurst Dr.. Wilmington. NC 28409; 395-2715 
MEDIA DIRECTOR: Mrs. Marie Hatcher, 1073 Grissom Rd., Wilmington, NC 28409; 392-0636 
CHURCH TREASURER: Mr. Johnny Russ, 202 Friendly Lane, Wilmington, NC 28409; 799-7084 
STEWARDSHIP CHM: Mrs. Delmah Sellers, 6333 Myrtle Grove Rd., Wilmington, NC 28409; 791-4283 
CHURCH CLERK: Mrs. Lynne Howell, 130 S. Channel Haven Dr., Wilmington, NC 28409; 791-9586 

WILLARD : 45 Willard Railroad St., Willard, NC 28478; 285-7196 
PASTOR: Rev. Robert Millis, 244 Church St., Willard, NC 28478; 285-3942 
MUSIC DIRECTOR: Ms. Helena Holton, 1032 Old Mill Rd., Wallace, NC 28466; 285-7300 
ORGANIST: Ms. Freda Jones; 285-7363 
PIANIST: Ms. Jean Farrior; 285-3889 

S.S. DIRECTOR: Mr. Johnnie James, 385 Jonestown Rd., Wallace, NC 28466; 285-3293 
D.T. DIRECTOR: Mr. Virgil Tosto, 8965 NC Hwy. 11, Willard, NC 28478; 285-3500 
BROTHERHOOD DIR: Rev. Sidney Ball, 7420 NC Hwy. 11, Willard, NC 28478; 285-4572 
WMU DIRECTOR: Mrs. Earlene West, Rt. 1, Willard, NC 28478; 285-7700 
DEACON CHM: Mr. Johnnie James, 385 Jonestown Rd., Wallace, NC 28466; 285-3293 
CHURCH TREASURER: Ms. Mary G. Jones, 100 Buck Jones Rd., Wallace, NC 28466; 285-3347 
CHURCH CLERK: Mrs. Shirley James, 385 Jonestown Rd., Wallace, NC 28466; 285-3293 

WILMINGTON. FIRST : 15 N. 5th St., Wilmington, NC 28401, 763-2471 
PASTOR: Dr. Michael Queen, 15 N. 5th St., Wilmington, NC 28401; 763-2471 
MUSIC MINISTER: Rev. Kurt Wachtel, 142 Wintergreen Rd., Wilmington, NC 28409; 799-8656 
EDUCATION MINISTER: Rev. Jim Everette, 729 Brackenfirm Rd., Wilmington, NC 28405; 452-4790 
YOUTH MINISTER: Rev. Don Vigus, 118 Quail Ridge Rd., Wilmington, NC 28409; 392-4724 
RECREATION DIRECTOR: Rev. Don Vigus, 118 Quail Ridge Rd., Wilmington, NC 28405; 392-4724 
SECRETARY: Mrs. Jane Davis, 15 N. 5th St., Wilmington, NC 28401; 763-2471 
ORGANIST: Mrs. Jean Wachtel; 799-8656 

D.T. DIRECTOR: Rev. Jim Everette, 719 Brackenfirm Rd., Wilmington, NC 28405, 452-4790 
RA DIRECTOR: Mr. David Smith, 6403 Lark Court, Wilmington, NC 28409; 395-6852 
WMU DIRECTOR: Mrs. Judy Adcock, 1503 Robert E. Lee Or., Wilmington, NC 28412; 452-4225 
DEACON CHM: Dr. Bertram Williams, 1114 Forest Hills Dr., Wilmington, NC 28403; 763-1336 
CHURCH TREASURER: Mr. Morris Powell, Jr., 3412 Bethal Rd., Wilmington, NC 28409; 799-2530 
STEWARDSHIP CHM: Mr. Carl Williford, 3428 Talon Ct., Wilmington, NC 28409; 392-3100 
CHURCH CLERK: Mrs. India Causey, 334 Donald Gore Dr., Wilmington, NC 28412; 799-3473 



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WHITER PARK : 4700 Wrightsville Ave., Wilmington, NC 28403; 791-4725 
PASTOR: Dr. Charles Dorman (Interim), 4700 Wrightsville Ave., Wilmington, NC 28403; 791-4725 
MUSIC MINISTER: Rev. Clif Harris, 4700 Wrightsville Ave., Wilmington, NC 28403; 791-4725 
EDUCATION MINISTER: Rev. John Pruitt, 4703 Triplett Way, Wilmington, NC 28409; 392-6461 
SECRETARY: Mrs. Deborah Hood, 4700 Wrightsville Ave., Wilmington, NC 28403; 791-4725 
ORGANIST: Ms. Melody Bryan; 799-9771 
PIANIST: Ms. Wanda Gordy; 686-9699 

S.S. DIRECTOR: Mrs. Connie Lancaster, 829 Shinn Point Rd„ Wilmington, NC 28409; 350-0265 
D.T. DIRECTOR: Rev. John Pruitt, 4703 Triplett Way, Wilmington, NC 28409; 392-6461 
BROTHERHOOD DIR: Mr. George Willetts, 3527 Kirby Smith Dr., Wilmington, NC 28409; 799-8114 
WMU DIRECTOR: Ms. Yvonne Lewis, 145 Cliff side Dr., Wilmington, NC 28409; 7990976 
DEACON CHM: Mr. George Swart, 2813 Swartville Rd., Castle Hayne, NC 28429; 675-2219 
MEDIA DIRECTOR: Mrs. Mary Dunn, 218 E. Blackbeard Rd., Wilmington, NC 28409; 799-3739 
CHURCH TREASURER: Mr. Glenwood McDowell, 537 Rose Ave., Wilmington, NC 28403, 791-4119 
STEWARDSHIP CHM: Mr. Jack Dunn, 218 E. Blackbeard Rd., Wilmington, NC 28409; 799-3739 
EVANGELISM DIR: Rev. John Pruitt, 4703 Triplett Way. Wilmington, NC 28409; 392-6461 
CHURCH CLERK: Ms. Elsie Tilson, 4626 Long Leaf Hills Dr., Wilmington, NC 28409; 791-3571 

WRIGHTSBORO : 2736 Castle Hayne Rd., Wilmington, NC 28401; 763-3181 
PASTOR: Dr. Harvey Whaley, 131 Whitman Ave., Castle Hayne, NC 28429; 763-7519 
MUSIC MINISTER: Mrs. Peggy Croom, 2014 Jackson St., Wilmington, NC 28401; 343-8378 
ASSOCIATE PASTOR: Rev. Michael Lewis, 5018 Marathon Ct., Castle Hayne, NC 28429; 675-1400 
EDUCATION MINISTER: Rev. Michael Lewis, 5018 Marathon Ct., Castle Hayne, NC 28429; 675-1400 
YOUTH MINISTER: Rev. Oondi Pace, 3207 Alex Trask Dr., Castle Hayne, NC 28429; 675-1725 
RECREATION DIRECTOR: Rev. Dondi Pace, 3207 Alex Trask Dr., Castle Hayne, NC 28429; 675-1725 
SECRETARY: Mrs. Martha Herring, 114 Chadwick Ave., Wilmington, NC 28401; 762-7022 
ORGANIST: Ms. Carolyn Benton; 675-8704 
PIANIST: Ms. Maria Newkirk; 762-4324 

S.S. DIRECTOR: Mrs. Len Chamblee, 45 Holland, Castle Hayne, NC 28429; 762-8334 
D.T. DIRECTOR: Mrs. Bettie Cavenaugh, 168 Home Place Dr., Wilmington, NC 28401; 763-0473 
WMU DIRECTOR: Mrs. Flora Bass, 100 Whitman Ave., Castle Hayne, NC 28429; 762-1787 
DEACON CHM: Mrs. Loretta White, 449 Island Creek Dr., Wilmington, NC 28405; 686-4628 
MEDIA DIRECTOR: Mrs. Frances Phillips, 4413 Huckleberry Rd., Wilmington, NC 28405; 791-8354 
CHURCH TREASURER: Mrs. Guelda Peacock, 117 Whitman Ave., Castle Hayne, NC 28429; 762-6876 
STEWARDSHIP CHM: Mr. Billy Miller, 137 Heritage Park Ave., Wilmington, NC 28401; 763-2649 
CHURCH CLERK: Mrs. Jenny Thompson, 4522 Noland Dr., Wilmington, NC 28405; 392-5668 

WRIGHTSVILLE BEACH : P. 0. Box 21, Wrightsville Beach, NC 28480; 256-3682 
PASTOR: Rev. Danny Hawkins, 4914 Seabrook Ct., Wilmington, NC 28403; 395-6182 
MUSIC MINISTER: Rev. Phil Rivenbark, 4945 Pine St., Wilmington, NC 28403; 392-9402 
YOUTH MINISTER: Rev. Phil Rivenbark, 4945 Pine St., Wilmington, NC 28403; 392-9402 
SECRETARY: Ms. Linda Cook, 1330 Spring Valley Rd., Wilmington, NC 28405; 791-5337 
ORGANIST: Ms. Jane Head; 799-3968 
PIANIST: Mrs. Dawn Tatum; 686-4072 

S.S. DIRECTOR: Connie Simmons, 134 Bradley Pines Rd., Wilmington, NC 28403; 392-6329 

D.T. DIRECTOR: Mr. John Truitt, 601 N. Channel Dr., Wrightsville Beach, NC 28480; 256-3272 

BROTHERHOOD DIR: Mr. Pat Wooten. 2029 Eastwood Rd., Wilmington, NC 28405; 256-5354 

WMU DIRECTOR: Mrs. Marsha Cowart, 106 Circle Dr., Wrightsville Beach, NC 28480; 256 5541 

DEACON CHM: Mr. Bill Tatum, 7628 Mallow Rd., Wilmington, NC 28405; 686-4072 

CHURCH TREASURER: Ms. Tammy Blizzard, 1747 Signature Place, Wilmington, NC 28405; 256-6006 

CHURCH CLERK: Mrs. Belvedere Hodnott, 338 Willow Woods Dr., Wilmington, NC 28403; 791-0634 



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ASSOCIATIONS. PROGRAMS REPORTS 
MEDIA CENTER 

This year has not been a very busy one for the Media Center. Part of it is due to the fact that we 
have so little space to arrange the equipment we have. The other is because we have been anticipating the new 
BSU addition to our building. We are so excited! At last there will be room for improvements, as well as, room 
for a new library section. Just recently, the Media Center acquired a TV/VCR unit to be used for the conference 
rooms. Very soon we hope to add audio visual items such as slide projectors, recording/playing units and a 
portable TV/VCR. This may sound a little ambitious but, we feel that the Association Media Center should be 
brought up-to-date. This can be done in a number of ways: 

1. Churches can designate money for equipment. 

2. Individual members could donate equipment or money. 

3. Sunday School Classes could take as a project the donation of money or new equipment or particular 
items they would like to see added to our Center. 

It all adds up to what we would like to have in a Media Center that would be worthy to serve the Lord 
in our Wilmington Baptist Association. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Louise Fisher, Director 

EVANGELISM COMMITTEE 

By the time you read this report, we will be one week away from our WBA "HERE'S HOPE 1993 AREA 
CRUSADE" in Pender County at Pender High School, October 24-28. All committees are enthusiastic and busy. 
Wayne Bristow will be the evangelist. Dr. Bristow is from Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. 

Also, plans are being implemented for the New Hanover County Crusade at Trask Coliseum in 1995. 
Or. Franklin Graham, son of Billy Graham, will be the evangelist. 

From September through December, at least 17 revivals are being held in our Association sharing the 
love of Jesus Christ and praying for the lost to be won through the Holy Spirit. 

Meeting have been held already for a 1995 Crusade in Wilmington. Please pray for a great harvest! 

Respectfully submitted, 
Onree Fisher, Chairperson 

SEMINARY EXTENSION COUNCIL 

Two courses were taught this past year. Rev. Duncan Futrelle was teacher for "Dynamics of Teaching" 
and Mrs. Glenda Bohannon taught "Fundamental of Music." We extend our gratitude to these fine teachers. 

Three Seminary Extension Courses are being offered this year. They are: 

- Greg Newton will teach "New Testament Survey, Background and Introduction" 

- Glenda Bohannon will teach "Leading A Music Ministry In A Small Church" 

- Thurman Alfred will teach "Educational Ministry In The Church" 

We need the help of our pastors to promote and enlist students for these studies. 



Respectfully submitted, 
Vincent Wall, Chairperson 



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WOMAN'S MISSIONARY UNION 



The WMU emphasis for 1992-93 was "Lead On." We in WMU can "do all things through Christ who 
strengthens us." The 1 992-93 watchword is found in Joshua 1:6A, "Be determined and confident, for you will 
be the leader of these people as they occupy this land." 

Through this emphasis, we tried to accomplish 3 objectives: 

1. Develop WMU leaders and members to be models of strong leadership. 

2. Encourage and lead our members to discover their own God given abilities for leadership. 

3. Lead all Southern Baptists to seek missions leadership roles and find a place to exercise 
spirit-endowed gifts in missions. 

Seven members of the Associational Council of WMU attended an enjoyable weekend of Leadership 
Training at Fort Caswell in August 1992. State WMU leaders conducted the enrichment sessions and 
discussions. Planning time was also allowed for our council to prepare for the 1 992-93 year. We left this 
retreat enthusiastic and ready to visualize the growth, changes, and the learning that may take place as God 
revivals in each church in our WBA. 

Approximately 1 75 WMU leaders and members attended the WMU Leadership Conference that was held 
at Castle Hayne Baptist Church in September 1992. 

Excellent attendance was reported in the area churches for Baptist Women's World Day of Prayer. 

WMU helped with the International Banquet again this year. 

A most inspirational program and reception was enjoyed at the WMU Annual Meeting that was held April 
26, 1993, at Temple Baptist Church. Rev. and Mrs. Guy (Elena) Key, Missionaries to Brazil (now on furlough) 
were the featured speakers. They also sang a duet in English and Portuguese. Rev. Gus and Peggy Lara led 
the Hispanic Choir in a beautiful service of music and testimony. Since more than 200 volunteers from our 
Association have participated in the Brazil project, under the guidance and leadership of Rev. Guy Key, it was 
truly a blessing for the Keys to be with us to share their ministry and to challenge each of us. 

I would like to thank everyone, especially the council members, for your cooperation, love, support, and 
especially your prayers that was shown me as I served as your Associational WMU Director for the past 3 years. 
I will continue to pray for WMU and for the new council officers as we Lead On for strong leadership, faithful 
commitment and service, and growth in WMU. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Catherine Sneeden, WMU Director 



COMMUNICATIONS COUNCIL 

This past year we have been spreading the "good news" through the reporting of the work being done 
by all of our Wilmington Baptist Association components. In an endeavor to enlighten our community as well 
as our own membership, we have had great TV and Video Media coverage of events like the Drug and Alcohol 
Seminar. Also, there have been good newspaper reports in the Saturday Church News of the Wilmington Star 
News about the Fishfry to raise funds for building another church in Brazil and the work being done at the 
Matthew 25 Center. 

Then there was the good coverage by the ACTS Network of the Burgaw/Wallace Evangelistic Rally, the 
new Ukraine mission work, and presently; the broadcasting of the music program as presented at Winter Park 
Baptist Church by the choir from Sao Paulo, Brazil. We also had photographs and poster advertisements for our 

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sports teams on mission to Brazil. And of course, our "Developer" so expertly assembled by our WBA Staff, 
is now a sharper and neater paper, due to our new computers and we also have larger pictures now. 

The Communications Council has a lot of long range "VISIONS," such as the "News Report/Interview" 
type broadcast, a new brochure and a video of our Association Missions which would be available to all our 
churches. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Joan Brewer, Chairperson 

ACTS NETWORK 

The Wilmington Baptist Television Ministry, (ACTS of New Hanover County), operated and maintained 
by the Winter Park Baptist Church, has completed its sixth year of operation, providing Christian Television 
programming to the community, and television ministry opportunities to Wilmington area churches on Wilmington 
Vision Cable Channel 32 (VISNIACTS). 

Among the many accomplishments in local programming, Winter Park has produced and aired 119 
programs this year, and has aired well over 900 worship services, music specials, Easter and Christmas specials 
over the 6 1/2 year history of Wilmington ACTS. 

During this year, the ACTS Television Ministry produced special television footage of the Wilmington 
Baptist Association January General Board Meeting at Winter Park, in which Dr. Jacov Doukhonchenko, Executive 
Director of the Ukraine Baptist Union of Russia spoke. Portions of the footage were used in promos and 
documentary programs highlighting this historic cooperation effort. 

On May 17, the Winter Park TV Team produced a 30 second promo featuring Oklahoma Evangelist 
Wayne Bristow for the Fall Pender County Crusade. The promo will air on ACTS Channel 32 the month of 
October. 

On July 29, the ACTS Television Ministry produced a one hour Christian music special featuring the 
Liberdada Baptist Church Chorale of Sao Paulo, Brazil. This program aired once in September and will air twice 
in October on Wilmington ACTS Channel 32. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Richard Dana McAfee, Chairman 



DISCIPLESHIP TRAINING COUNCIL 

The Associational Discipleship Training Team (ADTT) focuses each year on providing resources and 
training to local churches so they can disciple members. In addition to personal consultations with church 
leaders, the ADTT offered training for deacons, a doctrinal study on salvation, age-group conferences, and a 
resource fair for pre-school and children's workers. Each of these events was designed to meet the challenges 
of discipleship in the 90's. 

As we look forward to another exciting year, we anticipate great growth in making disciples. If ewe 
can assist your church in any way, please contact me. 



Respectfully submitted, 
Eddie Davis, Director 
Ephesians 4:11-12 



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MUSIC COUNCIL 



The highlight of the year for our Music Council was the presentation of "To Be An American" on July 
4, 1 993, at Kenan Auditorium on the UNC-W Campus. Adult choir members from 1 3 of our churches made the 
180 voice choir which was accompanied by a 25 piece orchestra. Approximately 950 people attended this 
exciting program. Director was Kurt Wachtel, First Baptist Wilmington. The entire Music Council worked very 
hard to make this an inspiring afternoon: Ed Hollis, building arrangements, sound; Clif Harris, drama, soloists; C. 
L. King, orchestra; Peggy Croom, publicity; and Phil Rivenbark, drama. 

A 45 piece Associational Adult Choir sang for the rally at Winter Park Baptist Church promoting the 
Ukraine Partnership. 

Plans are in the making for a vocal seminar and another patriotic program for 1993-94. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Peggy M. Croom, Director 

BROTHERHOOD COUNCIL 

The following activities were conducted by the WBA Brotherhood during the 1992-93 Associational year. 



October 3, 1992 


R.A. Pine Box Derby 




held at First Baptist Church Activities Center 


October 30, 1992 


R.A. Fall Round-Up 




held at Holly Shelter, Harrells, NC 


November 6, 1992 


R.A. Father/Son Banquet 




held at Calvary Baptist Church 


January 23, 1993 


Baptist Men's Prayer Breakfast 




held at Winter Park Baptist Church 


February 1993 


Disaster Relief Training 


March 23, 1993 


Disaster Relief Training 


March 26-28, 1993 


R.A. Camp Craft Training 




held at Holly Shelter, Harrells, NC 


May 20, 1993 


Baptist Men's Rally 




held at Scotts Hill Baptist Church 


September 4, 1993 


Fish Fry at Silver Lake Baptist Church 




Donations for Brazil Church 



Teams of WBA Baptist Men's workers went to Brazil, Ukraine, New York, Florida, and to our own Cape 
Hatteras. 

It's been a great year for doing missions with men and boys. 

Respectfully submitted, 

J. P. McGinnis, Brotherhood Director 

SUNDAY SCHOOL ASSIST TEAM 

During 1992-93 WBA Sunday School workers have been responsive. The team did a good job in 
presenting the Breakthrough materials and the basics for Sunday School growth. 

Some team members went to Cary for age group training during February. In September, the Sunday 
School Assist Team provided a workshop at Pine Valley Baptist Church. That workshop was well attended and 
people from the churches were given some good help. 

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A major contribution during the year wa simply helping individual churches as they called. New team 
members have been added for the 1993-94 season. We should be able to help all of our churches with Sunday 
School growth during the months ahead. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Ruth Murray, Director 

YOUTH COUNCIL 

The WBA Youth Council did a good work during the year. Council members met faithfully and 
researched approaches for providing for youth and involving youth in Christ's service. A very successful Annual 
Retreat was conducted at the NC Baptist Assembly in November , 1992. The 1993-94 Retreat has been 
planned for October 30-31, 1993. The council has added members and will be serving as a nucleus for 
generating a good many new youth ministries and outreach programs in 1993-94. Pray for us. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Vance Midgett, Chairperson 

STEWARDSHIP COUNCIL 

There was a substantial growth pattern with missions giving through our churches in 1992-93. Our 
council worked hard in hand with the church liaison representative to encourage that stewardship growth. 

A good many of our churches have increased their gifts for Associational Missions. What could we 
perceive as a problem is that many of the churches are increasing their designated giving for Associational 
Missions causes. Although, this creation saves budget challenges, we are never the less proud of and dependant 
on increased giving. 

The Stewardship Council sponsored our Annual Prayer Breakfast in May of 1993. The breakfast was 
held at Freedom Baptist Church and the afternoon was very good. There was a lot of information shared and 
commitments made to increase Associational Missions giving. 

Let's keep up the good work. There is a great challenge before us. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Gene Floyd, Chairperson 

PRAYER SUPPORT COUNCIL 

An All Day Prayer Meeting for Associational Missions was conducted at the WBA Office Center during 
Associational Missions Week. Some have said it was the best event on this years Associational calendar. 

Our council has been conducting regular meetings. Out of these meeting the Lord has impressed us with 
the need to help churches and church people to more faithfully get involved in prayer gatherings. One decision 
along that line was to have prayer rooms open 1 hour before each session of the Annual Meeting. 

Many events during the upcoming year needs to be enriched by prayer support. Here's Hope 1995 is 
requesting the support of our prayer council. 

Our prayer is that we can multiply our prayer support efforts during 1993-94. Pray with us and help 
us accomplish our task. 



Respectfully submitted, 
Paul Nix, Chairperson 



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PASTORAL MINISTRIES 



As I look back over 1992-93 one of the highlights of the year was the Deacon Retreat at Murray 
Memorial Baptist Church that featured Dr. Charles Page, from Charlotte First Baptist Church. 

Also still going strong, is the ministry provided through the Counseling Center under the direction of Dr. 
Mac Wallace. As a Pastor, one of the problems I had was finding a Christian counselor to recommend to a 
member. That is not a problem anymore because we have four very excellent Christian counselors available 
through the Center. The Association is responsible for providing the space, utilities, secretarial help etc. It is 
hoped that each church will consider placing the Counseling Center in its budget for the coming year. 

The officers of the Pastor's Conference continue to provide some excellent programs. Attendance has 
been reasonably good but hopefully will improve during the coming year. 

A word of commendation is in order to our Retired Ministers who do ministry as interims filling in where 
called upon. We do have a great Association, thanks to the cooperation of so many volunteers for ministry. 

Respectfully submitted, 

J. David Stewart, Chairperson 

PERSONNEL COMMITTEE 

The Personnel Committee activity this past year has been limited to participating in a couple of Staff 
Member Performance Reviews. 

The Personnel Committee is currently meeting to accomplish three tasks: 

- Write current Staff Job Descriptions 

- Develop a standard performance review system for the Staff 
■ Establish a Staff Personnel Policy Handbook 

The committee feels that these tasks are our highest priority at this time and that barring any 
unforeseen urgent activity, we will finish these this year. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Jim Mott, Chairman 

MISSIONARY FURLOUGH HOUSE COMMITTEE 

The missionary residence continues to be a blessing to our Association. Tom and Susan Canady moved 
back to Honduras in August. The missionaries scheduled to live in the house during the following month decided 
to furlough closer to their families thus leaving the house vacant. The interim pastor for Winter Park Baptist 
Church stayed in the home until the arrival of Betty Jo and Bob Hensley from Panama in August 1993. 

The house has been painted on the outside and a new television set was given to the house by Winter 
Park Baptist Church. The house continues to be in good repair. We are hopeful to plant some trees in the near 
future on the grounds. The yard is quite large and trees would help enhance the property. We would be grateful 
to any church who would like to donate and plant some of the trees. 

It has been a pleasure for this committee to minister to the missionaries as they come home. Most of 
the time the missionaries give more to us than we give to them, thus we are all blessed by the presence of the 
Lord in our ministry. 



Respectfully submitted, 
Yvonne Lewis, Chairperson 



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RECREATION COUNCIL 



1 992-93 marks our first big year with Church Recreation. We adopted the role of supervision for a 
Inter denominational Basketball Program. We furthermore, began a Royal Ambassador Basketball program. More 
than sixty teams participated and there were twelve teams in the Royal Ambassador program. Burgaw, Hope 
Mission and Gibson Avenue were winner each in their respective age group. At the end of the season we did 
a Royal Ambassador Invitational Tournament. Teams came from Bladen, Columbus, Robeson, and Pee Dee 
Associations. 

We also had our first WBA Baptist Men's Softball Tournament. College Acres Baptist Church was the 
winner and Calvary Baptist Church was the runner up. Both teams represented the WBA in the State Baptist 
Men's Softball Tournament. 

A good bit of attention was given to preparing both a High School and Baptist Men's Basketball Teams 
for a missions trip to Bolivia South America. Hopefully, these teams will go in the summer of 1994. 

Our council is now working at a bigger and better program for 1993 94 We believe that we are 
proving that sports provide a great avenue for teaching the principles of the new testament and for telling people 
about the love of Jesus. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Kevin Lee, Director 

ORDINATION ADVISORY COUNCIL 

The council has been called upon twice during 1992-93 and responded faithfully. At a request from the 
Hampstead Baptist Church, Brother Melvin Hall was reviewed and recommended for ordination by that church. 
Sunset Park Baptist Church request a review for Mr. Mark Fuss. The council recommended that the church 
proceed with that ordination. Mark is serving as a staff member for a Florida church. The council had a good 
year. We continued to appraise our own policies and approvals but find the time of reviewing those whom the 
Lord has called for the Gospel Ministry to be a very challenging and spiritually rewarding opportunity. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Steve Bolton, Chairperson 

MATTHEW 25 PRISON MINISTRY 

This has been a gigantic year in terms of some miracles related to the establishment of a center for 
ministries to Families of Inmates in and around the new prison facility at Burgaw. Pender County churches have 
appreciated the support of the WBA in the nurturing of our wish to establish a church center for prison 
ministries. Our primary target is to help families of inmates (spouses, children and parents as they come to visit 
their love ones). We do also hope that this church center can be used to generate programs that address the 
needs of inmate families at other times in addition to visitation. We believe that any rehabilitation programs that 
have any potential for help are generally tied to the families of inmates. Hopefully, our center will also provide 
space for the Brotherhood, WMU, Yokefellows and other groups who seek to provide a Christian witness with 
the inmates. 

The great news is that Mr. Tommy Garner, Jr., President of Bolivia Lumber Company, has given us 3 
acres ad|acent to the prison for a building and operation site. Mr. Brent Harmon, a Wilmington Architect, has 
given us a basic sketch and drawing for a purposed facility. Church, industries, and individuals have given funds 
for the construction of the center. 



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The Wilmington Baptist Association formally adopted this minister and named a Task Force group to 
administer the program. I have been named as the chairman of the Task Force. Our Task Force has named Debi 
Edge as our Program Director. A development group has been selected and we are now raising the funds to do 
the building. We will call on volunteers to do the building. Pray for us. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Jim Robinson, Chairman 

COUNSELING CENTER 

The mission of the N.C. Baptist Hospital Counseling Center is to provide spiritual and psychological help 
for those who seek hope and healing in facing the relational challenges of life. The Counseling Center serves 
the southeastern region of North Carolina through personal and family therapy, programs of spiritual wellness, 
communication, and marriage and parenting skills. 

The N.C. Baptist Hospital Counseling Center opened in September 1991 as a cooperative ministry of the 
N.C. Baptist Hospital Department of Pastoral Care and the Wilmington Baptist Association. Rev. H. Mac Wallace, 
D. Min., a staff member of the Department of Pastoral Care, came here as the director of the center. Sophia 
Phelps, a member of Masonboro Baptist Church, joined us in January 1992 as the secretary to manage office 
and bookkeeping needs. Because of the growing requests for counseling, two additional part-time counselors 
have joined us. Wendy Harris, a member of Calvary Baptist Church, came in the Spring of 1992, and Linda 
Longley, a member of Riley's Creek Baptist Church, joined us in the Fall of 1992. Dorothy West, a member of 
Southside Baptist Church, joined us in May of this year to help with the bookkeeping needs. Additionally, Dr. 
George Franks, a psychologist who works in the Fayetteville Counseling Center, comes two times each month 
to help us with evaluations and supervision. 

The Board of Directors was appointed by the Wilmington Baptist Association to provide direction and 
funding for the center. The board is asking each church to include the Counseling Center in its budget for next 
year in order to help raise the $34,400 budget that is needed to fund the center for the 1993-94 year. 

Since the center opened, more than 450 different individuals, couples, or families have been seen in the 
Counseling Center. Approximately 75% of these referrals came from churches in the Association. Currently, 
we average three to four new referrals each week, and this seems to be a constant trend that continues to 
affirm our need to provide this ministry. 

Respectfully submitted, 
H. Mac Wallace, Director 



VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL 

This past year was a fantastic year in many ways for the Wilmington Baptist Association, especially 
when you think about Vacation Bible School. By November of 1992, we had a full Associational VBS Team 
committed and ready to go. Our entire team attended the 1993 State VBS Clinic at First Baptist Church of 
Wallace in March that was designed to help prepare us for our leadership role. 

A highlight of the year and our formal kick-off was the first ever VBS Planning Clinic held in January 
at Winter Park Baptist Church. This geared us toward early planning and provided and early look at VBS 
materials as well as an introduction of team members. 

This year, two clinics were held in May: 

May 1, 1993 - Atkinson Baptist Church 
Mary 24, 1993 - College Acres Baptist Church 
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The team worked hard at making all aware of clinics and trying to make them convenient. We tried to locus 
on new ideas for lessons and new ways to do VBS. 

As I visited in church's Vacation Bible Schools, I experienced the message of Christ presented in many 
ways. Children and adults were having fun. That VBS at its best! 

As we head into 1 993-94, the year promises many more opportunities for service. To help us along, 
they've redesigned the VBS materials. We'll all want to take a look at the improvements they've made. And, 
we'll also want to continue focusing on keeping VBS a priority all year long, from the election of the VBS 
Director in the Fall, with the rest of the Sunday School Leadership until follow-up in the Summer after they've 
all gone home. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Janice Puckett, Director 

ASSOCIATIONS. MISSIONS DEVELOPMENT 

Reverend Paul Nix has led us in an exciting year in Missions Development. One of the highlights of the 
year was a Missions Development Training Event called the game. This was played on March 2, 1993, at Sea 
Gate Baptist Church. Around 40 people from 14 churches attended. It provided an enjoyable way to inspire 
and motivate churches to do missions. Rev. Nix and the Associational Missions Development Council are always 
willing to help the church with the organization of a missions council. 

The following reports will show some of the exciting things being done in missions. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Mary Margaret Brooks 

CHRISTIAN SOCIAL MINISTRIES 

The CSM Committee sough diligent to express Christian love and provide a continuous Christian witness. 
Christian Social Ministries touches the lives of many people for our Lord through the Children's Clothes Closet, 
Family Assistance, Bloodmobile, Literacy, Senior Adult Ministry, and the Inner City Ministry. 

Mrs. Mary Margaret Brooks, our Church and Community Ministries Director, has helped us in every 
possible way. We thank her for her leadership and guidance. 

The CSM Committee continues to meet on a regular basis to evaluate past performances, discuss present 
concerns, and plan for the future as we seek to minister to others in the name of our Lord and Savior. 

We covet your prayers as we seek our Lord's leadership in all that we do. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Gwen "Sonny" Reeves, Director 

INTERNATIONAL SEAMAN'S SERVICE CENTER 
MINISTRY TO INTERNATIONAL SEAFARERS 
A Foreign Mission of Ministry at Home 

The International Seaman's Service Center of Wilmington, N.C. is composed of a very active group of 
caring volunteers. Many of these are members of local Baptist churches. The organization is physically and 
financially supported by the six major denominations in the Wilmington area. A full-time chaplain is the only paid 
employee. The Center is staffed 12 hours a day by volunteers who reach out their hands in Christian friendship 

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to seafarers from around the world. These men, and sometimes women, away from home an average of 10 
months at a time, are in port for only a few hours and are very grateful for the services provided. 

The Seaman's Center is located in a former Navy Barracks building at the State Port. Due to donations 
from churches and residents of the community, the seafarers can spend some pleasant time making telephone 
calls to their families and enjoying the Christian friendship and services provided. The Center contains a library, 
TV room, recreation room, clothing closet and equipment for telephoning. Since most ships are in port only 8-12 
hours, the welcoming smiles and voices of volunteers on duty are their only touch with people other than aboard 
ship. This is our opportunity to show our Christian love and caring to a multi-cultured society. Although many 
of these men speak little English, we find we can communicate. Only through the continued support of the 
churches can this ministry exist. 

Over 400 ships call at the port each year 

Almost 6,000 seamen visit the Center per year from over 50 nations 

We provide Bibles in 40 languages, free - also books and magazines 

A full-time chaplain visits the ships to meet the needs of the seamen 

Maintain a clothing closet - men from 3rd world countries receive very low pay and purchase for family and 

self 

A chapel area for service or quiet meditation 

Cookies, coffee, tea provided 

Bicycles on hand for trips to the store - also a station wagon when needed 

Respectfully submitted, 

Geraldine McGinnis, Executive Council Member 

MULTI HOUSING 

Activity for 1992-93 was limited to a continuation of work already established and attempts to establish 
two other Bible Study units in two other locations. It is hoped that they will come to fruition early in the new 
year. 

The committee encourages churches to look about your church community to determine if there are 
housing developments in your church area where some type of weekly Bible Study might be initiated. Please 
contact the Wilmington Baptist Association if you need assistance in beginning work in a multi-housing area, or 
contact the chairman of this committee. Thank you. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Thurman W. Allied, Chairman 

SENIOR ADULT MINISTRY 

Our Senior Adults had four wonderful rallies this year. They were held at Shiloh Baptist Church in 
November, Murray Memorial Baptist Church in February, Burgaw Baptist Church in May, and Wrightsboro Baptist 
Church in August. All of these occasions were well attended. The roll call revealed the following: Shiloh Baptist 
Church - 202; Murray Memorial Baptist Church - 225; Burgaw Baptist Church - 249; and Wrightsboro Baptist 
Church - 289. We feel that some were present who might not have been counted. All of the programs were 
informative and inspirational. The fellowship is a very special part of all the gatherings, and everyone enjoys 
the delicious food. 

All of the churches responded to the Christmas in August appeal at Wrightsboro Baptist Church. Boxes 
of goods were shared with the Inner City, Missionary Furlough House, Hospital Hospitality House, and the 
Hispanics. Many needy people were helped because of this emphasis. 



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Paul Bunn is Director of the Senior Adults and works faithfully in helping this ministry reach out to all 
the churches in our Association. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Mary Margaret Brooks 

PHYSICALLY HANDICAPPED 

By the Grace of God, Sandra and I have been blessed with finding handicap equipment for the ones who 
can't afford to buy it and need it so badly. We had a set of hand controls to be put on a truck given to us for 
a twenty-three (23) year old man; a mobilize cart for a ten (101 year old child, who has cerebral palsy; a golf 
cart for a thirty-two (32) year old man who is a quadriplegic incomplete, which means he can use his hands and 
arms just a little so he can go to college. 

We can only give you wonderful people out there the credit, who is so willing to help the handicap but 
we can't stop here, we have to keep bringing in equipment for ail the needs we are having day by day. Serving 
others is what Jesus wants us to do. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Dixie Riley & Sandra Corbett 



BLOOD DRIVE 

The WBA Blood Drive was a big success. The Red Cross expressed great appreciation for this drive. 
Laura Spivey and Shirley Horn coordinated the Blood Drive at Winter Park and Surf City respectively. The 
Burgaw Drive was coordinated through the County Extension Service. All of the volunteers worked long and hard 
to make this ministry a success. Surf City Baptist Church placed first in the number of units donated; Pine 
Valley Baptist Church was second and Winter Park was third. 

We appreciate everyone that contributed to this project in any way. It takes many people working 
together to make possible this project. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Mary Margaret Brooks 

CHILDREN'S CLOTHES CLOSET 

The Children's Clothes Closet has had a wonderful year under the enthusiastic and capable leadership 
of June Tregembo. the closet is open the 1st and 3rd Thursday of each month from 9:30-1 1:30 AM. We have 
in this ministry beautiful clothes for infants through grade six. Hundred of outfits were furnished to the needy 
this year. One lady said, "If it were not for the clothes closet I would not be able to send my children to 
school." 

We are so grateful to Lake Forest Baptist Church for providing us with the space for this ministry. This 
year they gave us another room to use for off season storage. We are also grateful to the dedicated volunteers 
that enable us to offer this service. As June Tregembo says, "None of this would be possible without the 
generous donations of beautiful clean clothes given by those who love the Lord and wish to see little children 
adequately clothes." 

Respectfully submitted, 
Mary Margaret Brooks 



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LANGUAGE MISSIONS 



The Lord has blessed Language Missions in a beautiful way this year. As you read the reports submitted 
by the Directors, I feel confident that you will become excited about missions in our area. Physical growth and 
spiritual development can be seen in everything that is happening. For all the good things that are taking place, 
we say without hesitation "To God Be The Glory, Great Things He Hath Done." 

Respectfully submitted, 
Mar Margaret Brooks 

ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE (ESLI 

English as a Second Language is more of a mission endeavor than it may seem at first glance. The 
activity you will observe if you enter the Fellowship Hall of Winter Park Baptist Church on Wednesday mornings 
and evenings is Americans teaching English to international students. A close look will show you that these are 
Christian teachers who are showing love, concern, and a special interest in their students, always looking for 
opportunities to be witnesses for Jesus. Classes are also offered on Wednesday evenings at Scotts Hill Baptist 
Church and Winter Park Baptist Church. Winter Park and Scotts Hill churches also offer Sunday School classes 
for Internationals. 

The Bible is often used as the text for English lessons. Every student has an opportunity to participate 
in Bible Study unless the student objects (most do not). We, who teach, appreciate the churches who welcome 
our students into the buildings for classes. We believe that is also a positive witness. We thank the pastors 
who willingly work with us. At Winter Park, the pastor leads a program each Easter and Christmas helping 
students better see why Christians celebrate these holidays. He visits with the classes at other times of the 
year offering his services to students if a need arises. 

Last year, there were about eighteen trained teachers and a few willing substitutes who taught about 
seventy students who were enrolled in the ESL Program. They came from twenty-eight countries. Many of 
these have been coming to class for several years; some stay a shorter time because of families returning to 
their native countries or being transferred to other parts of the Unites States. Quite a few get jobs and 
therefore, are unable to attend classes. As of September 30, 1993, there are about forty-five students from 
fourteen countries attending classes. One of the highlights for students is the refreshment break which is more 
than the coffee, tea and cake. It gives an opportunity to practice their English! We appreciate the Baptist 
Women from Winter Park Baptist Church who so graciously and generously furnish those refreshments each 
week. We appreciate the Baptist Women from other churches who help in other ways during the year. 

The teachers and students thank the WBA for the financial and moral support which make these classes 
possible. Although, almost all students pay for their books and tutors pay for many of theirs, we are able to 
purchase some books which teachers use on loan basis as they need them. Your support also provides partial 
assistance to teachers for continuing training through workshops and seminars. At present, there are four people 
certified by Laubach Literacy Action to train tutors who teach English to the Internationals. Two of these are 
also certified by the HMB of the Southern Baptist Convention. Four workshop were held by these trainers last 
year, two of these in areas where teachers are needed to teach English to migrants. Usually, two workshops 
are held in Wilmington each year for this training. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Gladys Baker, Chairperson 



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IMIiBMMIiaiAl MtflHI OF miMMMIE 



The Eleventh Annual International Night of Friendship was held on October 2, 1993, from 6:00 9 00 PM 
at First Baptist Church Activities Center. There were around 200 people present from 22 countries. Major Betz 
and Police Chief Wadman were in attendance. 

Entertainment was provided by 5 different countries. Interesting and delicious food was shared by all 
present. We are very grateful for all the many people that made this evening possible. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Mary Margaret Brooks 

SPANISH MINISTRY 

Thank you Wilmington Baptist for another wonderful year in our Hispanic Ministry. God has truly 
blessed, we have a good core group now so we can finally begin our church. We truly thank all the churches 
involved. We thank Masonboro Baptist Church for letting God lead to give us a wonderful donation to begin our 
church and the Association for giving us the land. There are many churches who have give to our ministry 
faithfully. Lake Forest and Long Creek, our mother churches. We would like to thank Riley's Creek Baptist 
Church for donations and letting us use their building for the Medical/Dental Clinic. We saw about 100 people 
in all. They also gave us a Thanksgiving dinner for about 125 people. Calvary Baptist Church gave us a 
wonderful Christmas dinner and others helped all year long. We thank all the churches who gave health kits for 
the health clinic. Wrightsboro Baptist Church had the Senior Adult Rally in August and the theme was 
"Christmas In August" and it was shared with the migrant workers. Many of you have helped decrease of work 
load and we wish we could hug each of you for all you keep doing for us. 

We have a very mission minded Association. We thank Dr. Ben Smith and ail the dentists that helped 
all summer with getting the hispamcs teeth fixed. Also, Wrightsville Beach Baptist Church for bringing bread 
baskets and the pastor's wife and daughter for helping. The International Dinner was great and we appreciate 
all that attended and helped. 

We could go on and on, but we love you and we know that God will truly and bountifully keep blessing 
you as long as we all stay in His precious way. To God be the glory, great things he has done. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Rev. Agustine & Peggy Lara 

CHINESE FELLOWSHIP 

We continue to grow new Christians in the Chinese Ministry at Calvary Baptist Church. This year two 
more Chinese friends have accepted Christ, Margaret Meng and David Ma. One of the Chinese that accepted 
Christ last year has returned to China and led his father to the Lord. 

Our committee met with Tom Jenkins, Director of Division of Missions, Baptist State Convention of N.C., 
in September to discuss the possibility of securing a Chinese pastor or missionary to assist in this ministry. 
Please be in prayer with us concerning this need. 

A Fall Round Up will be held this month at Pat and Sam Glazier's home including a pig-picking. The 
Glaziers are leaders of this fellowship and offer this round-up as a means of outreach. 

The Chinese meet every 2nd and 4th Saturday at 6:30 pm. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Katherine Godwin, Chinese Liaison 

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KOREAN MISSION 



The Korean Mission has had an exciting year. New families are moving to Wilmington and they now 
have around 50 to 60 people attending services. Rev. Tae Ku Lee continues to provide excellent pastoral 
leadership. They have Sunday School every morning and worship services at Ogden Baptist Church. They also 
have a weekly home Bible study. 

The Korean Ministry is in the process of buying a church building on South College Road. It is being 
purchased from the Free Will Baptist Association. It's a beautiful piece of property and everyone is excited about 
this opportunity for growth. They would be very pleased for churches to make donations to their building fund. 
They will also be doing many creative things to raise needed funds. This is a little church stepping out on big 
faith as it faces the future. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Craig Register, Director 

JAPANESE MINISTRY 

Winter Park Baptist Church, the N.C. Baptist State Convention, and the Wilmington Baptist Association 
are reaching out to seven Japanese families, seven Japanese wives married to Americans, five UNC-W Japanese 
students, one High School student and two professional Japanese women. 

Eleven Japanese attended the Annual International Night of Friendship on October 2, 1993. 

Enrolled in English classes, which includes using the Bible to teach English, are eleven Japanese, five 
of these are UNC-W students, one High School student, and two professionals. 

Rev. Yasushi Tomono led five Bible studies for Japanese wives in their homes with nine in attendance. 
Seven Bible studies were led by Sally Lennon at Winter Park Baptist Church and had an average of one Japanese 
wife attending. 

One Japanese wife continues to attend Bible study weekly with Mary Ellen Benton. The monthly 
cooking class led by Sally MacCalfum continues to be well attended. 

The WBA Baptist Student Union and Winter Park Baptist Church hosted seventeen Japanese UNC-W 
Exchange Students from Nagoya Gakuin University who attended UNC-W for eight weeks. On February 14th, 
a lovely welcoming reception was given for them at the church with eighteen Japanese attending. Two Host 
Family visitations were scheduled for these students, 16 students and 8 host families participated March 7th. 
March 21st there were 11 students visiting in the homes of six host families. Good experiences were reported 
by both students and host families. 

The N.C. Baptist State Convention Japanese Pastor, Rev. Yasushi Tomono, with his wife and daughter, 
were with us for five visits this year. They are always a blessing to the Japanese Ministry in our Association. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Sally Lennon, Director 



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CHURCH EXTENSION 



The only church new church start during the recent months is Hope Baptist Mission. Hope seems to 
be coming into its own with the call of Pastor Larry Newkirk. Three churches are closer to new buildings but 
at this writing all are still trying to get their facilities in place. The Koreans seem to have a good fix on their 
new church building. The Hispanic Church is about ready to build. The Evangelistic church is comfortably 
situated in the Winter Park Community Building but is still seeking a more permanent location. 



There are numbers of locations previously identified in our probe study for new church sites that still 
need attention. Our plea for 1 993-94 is to review the probe study. Hopefully in 1993-94, we can see at least 
two or three church starts. Let's work at it. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Bill Oaks, Director 

BLACK CHURCH RELATIOMS 

Miraculous and beautiful things have happened in 1992-93 concerning our relationships with our black 
churches. We are thoroughly enjoying the first year with Saint Paul Baptist Church as a full fledged member 
of the Association. Pastor Malcom Lewis and his entire family have been faithful participants in the programs 
of the Association. 

Saint Paul has furthermore given leadership in the formation of Hope Baptist Mission which is our 
newest church. Pastor Lewis began the Sunday services at Hope by preaching on Sunday night. Others from 
Saint Paul helped with music, formation of the choir and teaching. 

Hope Baptist Mission Church took a real turn during the year with the call of Rev. Larry Newkirk, its 
first full-time pastor. The church has now began Sunday School, morning services, children's choirs and a full 
church program. 

The Inner City Ministry with David Brisson as missionary, used the Hope facility as its primary case of 
operation. In that light, the church and Inner City Missions shared many programs. This relationship is providing 
a marvelous outreach in that community. Inner City Missions has used sports, Bible stories for children, tutoring, 
royal ambassadors and multiple methods for sharing the Good News of Jesus in the Inner City. 

Many of our churches conducted a Race Relations Sunday. That day many of our churches shared 
pulpits, choirs and some other very complementary and fellowship building programs. We feel like we still have 
many challenges but good things are continuing to happen. We will work at it. 

Respectfully submitted, 
A. H. Harrell, Chairperson 

INTER FAITH WITNESS 

We didn't have Inter-faith Witness Conference during this past year. In previous years we have had 
conferences on cults, Jehovah Witness, Mormon's, New Age etc. These have been well attended and seem to 
serve a good purpose. We will plan at least one such conference in 1994. I have personally been invited to 
share my personal knowledge of mormonism in a number of churches. I will, as schedule permits, be glad to 
share with interested church groups. Pray for us as we seek to help people understand the Bible and our Baptist 
Faith and Message. 



Respectfully submitted, 
Mike Moore 



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CHRISTIAN LIFE AND PUBLIC AFFAIRS 



Last year our group presented the first of a series of conferences at Gibson Avenue Baptist Church in 
the appropriate response for the church for ministering in a Drug Additive Culture. The first conference was well 
done and although attendance was small, it was our feeling that we have some real challenges for future 
conferences on this very critical subject. There was also a conference held at Calvary Baptist Church on the 
subject. The Christians Response To Gambling. It was felt that conferences like this one across the state helped 
keep the state lottery from coming to a public vote. We do, however, know that this issue will be continued 
and we have our work cut out for us on this issue in the future. 

Our WBA Christian Life and Public Affairs Council has conducted regular meetings. We have been 
structuring our group so as to deal with a good many issues. A major effort is to train our people so we can 
offer informative programs to the churches. We could use some more people who are concerned about moral 
issues and who would be willing to help us plan and seek ways to re-enforce our Christian standards. 

Pray for us as we continue to work at this strategic task. 

Respectfully submitted, 
C. L. Holliday, Director 

CHAPLAINCY 

Don Ledbetter, CPE Supervisor at New Hanover Regional Medical Center, has conducted two units of 
chaplaincy training this year in their Clinical Pastoral Education (CPE) program. He supervised five pastors in 
the Winter Extended program (16 weeks) and he had four full-time seminary students in the Summer program 
(11 weeks). Currently he is planning for a Winter CPE program for 5 pastors and is recruiting 5 seminary 
students for next summer's CPE program. 

Mac Wallace has conducted two units of CPE at Nash General Hospital in Rocky Mount. Additionally, 
he helped Don Ledbetter a few weeks during the summer as he was recovering from by-pass surgery. 

Bill Oaks has been less involved this year with prison ministry and his work with the Disable American 
Veterans due to illness. He expresses continued investment in these ministries but has been limited by his health 
this year. 

Respectfully submitted. 

Chaplaincy Committee 

H. Mac Wallace, Chairperson 

Bill Oaks, Correctional Chaplaincy 

Don Ledbetter, Hospital Chaplaincy 

David Stewart, Institutional Chaplaincy 

Mary Margaret Brooks, Staff Member 

VOLUNTEERISM 

Associational Missions is done by volunteers. Our paid WBA Staff is composed of only a few people. 
Basic office operations and WBA Missions Programs are directed and carried out by volunteers. The volunteer 
secretaries make our day to day office operations possible. There is certainly no way that more than fifty 
programs could be carried out except there are host of volunteers working at these programs. Some of the 50 
programs include more than 100 volunteers in just a single program. 



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Without volunteers, the partnership with Brazil, Ukraine, New York, Florida, West Virginia etc. would be 
out of the question. One of our greatest challenges is building a student center. However, we also need to build 
a Hispanic Church, remodel the Korean Church, build the Matthew 25 Prison House and the list goes on and on. 
Can it be done? Yes, because we have volunteers. Pray for the WBA Missions organizations. Pray for all of 
use who work at increasing our corp of volunteers. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Tommy Todd, Director 



STAFF REPORTS 
CHURCH BENEWAUDEVELOPMENT 

Church Renewal in our Association is doing two things, meeting a need, and providing an opportunity 
to serve. There are churches in our Association requesting help from sister churches. The response has been 
for lay people and individuals from local church staffs going as a team to listen, pray, suggest and encourage 
in the areas God has gifted them. 

Doors are opening for our New York Partnership and many of our churches have already responded. 
Three Associations have expressed a desire to establish a mission exchange between our church. The 
Associations are Metropolitan (NY City & vicinity), Davis (Central & Northwest NY), and Long Island (Long Island, 
NYI. 

Many of our churches have chosen the lay renewal journey to spiritually stir God's people into a deeper 
commitment to Him. Lay team members have come at their own expense from Virginia to South Carolina, 
Manteo to Murphy to share what God is doing in their life and church. 

Respectfully submitted, 
John Truitt, Director 



INNER CITY 

God has richly blessed Inner City Ministries over the past year, for beyond our expectations. Generous 
support from our local churches keep us ministering to the needy. The First Baptist Church of Wilmington, 
Winter Park Baptist Church, the Baptist State Convention and the Wilmington Baptist Association provided the 
financial support to keep our missionary, David Brisson, on the field. 

Under the supervision of Mrs. Mary Margaret Brooks, our Church and Community Ministries Director, 
Inner City Ministries include: 

Hope Baptist Mission, Rev. Larry Newkirk, Pastor 

Bible Study, worship and choirs for all ages 

Clothing Closet and Food Pantry 

Library 

Art program for children 

RA Basketball program 

Recreational Ministries for youth gg 



Active involvement in Inner City Schools 

Full-time summer program for children and youth 

Several Backyard Bible Clubs, averaging over 50 children per meeting 

Continued program (or children, directed by Caroline Nahlous 

Ministries to adults of all ages, through Hope Mission 

Weekly speaking engagements in church by David Brisson 

Respectfully submitted, 

David Brisson, Inner City Missionary 



CHURCH AMD COMMUNITY MIMISTRIES 

This has been an exciting year in Church and Community Ministries. We have dreamed great dreams 
about ministry and have been overcome with joy to see many of these dreams become a reality. God has opened 
many doors of opportunity and has provided us with both volunteers and resources. I am grateful to God for 
His guidance, power and sustaining love. I am so grateful to scores of churches and to hundreds of people who 
through their love, prayer support, time and talents, reached out in Christian love and ministry. I have been awed 
by the outpouring of Christian love that I have witnessed this year. All over the Association, Baptists have rolled 
up their sleeves and joyfully served the Lord. 

My calling enables me to direct or participate in the planning of many ministry projects and events. In 
Christian Social Ministries last year I worked with projects such as these: children's clothes closet, senior adult 
rallies, sponsoring city-wide drug seminar, blood drive, interfaith festival, Home Missions studies, sponsorship of 
"The Game," help in selecting new director for Good Shepherd, encouraging summer youth groups who cam to 
work in the Inner City or with our Hispanics, installation of W.M.U. officers, participation in literacy auction, 
participation in Books for Babies project. In crisis assistance we helped 168 family units consisting of 353 
persons. At Christmas, with the help of David Brisson, 28 families were helped with food, toys and clothing. 

The Inner City Ministry was an exciting challenge this year. David Brisson did an outstanding job as 
Inner City Missionary. With his leadership and the cooperation of many churches, we were pleased to participate 
in these ministry projects: Thursday Family Nights; 3 Royal Ambassador basketball teams; an awards party for 
the basketball teams; Back-to-school supplies party; Christmas party; Easter Egg Hunt; Azalea Parade float; 
summer missions groups doing Bible Clubs; construction project at Nesbitt Court; development of a reading room, 
art room, safe play room, and helped to start a clothing closet and food pantry at Hope Mission. A slide 
presentation of Inner City Ministry has been developed and is available as a way of helping churches to 
understand the work and to be able to participate. 

Mike Taylor served as our Inner City Summer Missionary. He was loved by all the children and was 
instrumental in helping relocate a very needy family. He assisted with the construction project at Nesbitt Court 
and helped the visiting youth groups in doing the Bible Clubs for children. 

The Reverend Malcom Lewis served well as our Inner City Pastor for about six months. Because of 
his heavy schedule he was unable to serve after June. The Reverend Larry Newkirk has recently been called 
as pastor of Hope Mission. He has accomplished much in a short time and we look forward to great progress 
in the future. 

Helping to sponsor Associational senior adult rallies is always a delight. We meet once a quarter, and 
attendance usually runs about 250. Programs are always different, always inspirational, and always fun. The 
most recent rally was at Wrightsboro Baptist Church, and was a "Christmas in August" program. Those 

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attending brought gifts of food and various other commodities which we shared with needy people through 
various helping agencies in our Association and in our city. 

Language Missions has also had an exciting year. In this capacity of my job I have substituted in the 
E.S.L. classes, have coordinated the International Night of Friendship which was attended by many members of 
our international community, have written an article for the Biblical Recorder about the Medical/Dental Ministry, 
have advised several Associations about the use of the Medical/Dental Bus, have met with the Korean Baptist 
Church regularly and have helped them find and work out details for the purchase of their new building, have 
met with Gus and Peggy Lara about many facets of their work including the search for a site for the Hispanic 
church, have helped the Laras supervise summer missions groups, have worked with planning the schedule for 
the work of the Reverend Tomono with the Japanese fellowship, and have made some progress in the 
development of new ministries with other language groups. 

During this year it has been enriching to attend these conferences: Regional Evangelism Planning 
Conference; Multi-Housing Seminar; Better Church Stewardship Programs; Grant Writing and Fund Raising 
Seminar; Symposium on Emergency Aid; Accessing the Media Seminar; monthly Pastor's Conferences; and two 
statewide conferences for Directors of Church and Community Ministries. 

It has been a privilege to be invited to teach mission studies on Home Missions in several churches, to 
lead worship services in several churches, and to show slides and make Associational Missions presentations to 
many churches and church groups. 

As I reflect upon the many exciting things that have happened this year, the words of a favorite hymn 
come to my mind: "To God be the glory-great things He hath done!" 

Respectfully submitted, 

Mary Margaret Brooks, Director 



BAPTIST STUDENT UNION 

Baptist Student Union continues to grow in number and in excitement. We eagerly await the 
construction of the new Baptist Student Center. This time last year the building was in the drawing stages. 
Those drawings are now completed and the next stage is to obtain a building permit. With 119 active members, 
the Student Center is greatly needed. Volunteers will be needed to complete the project. 

In addition to the two weekly BSU meetings, three small group Bible Studies are being held each week 
(Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday). This year, more Cape Fear Community College Students are active in the 
Monday night BSU meetings. 

Rocky Myrick completes his third year as Assistant Director in November 1 993. We have a wonderful 
working relationship. Our BSU Council of eight students is working hard to provide a strong program that 
enables spiritual growth and good Christian fellowship for the college students. 

One of the joys I have as Baptist Campus Minister is to see students use their gifts and talents the Lord 
has given them to help some of our churches and to serve in community and state missions. They have allowed 
themselves to be a blessing for someone else. 

The following activities and events were held from Fall 1992 through September 1993: 



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FALL ACTIVITIES 



UNC-W Chancellor, Dr. James Leutze, as well as four other faculty members led a weekly program for the 

Baptist Student Union 
Students helped at the Yahweh Center 

BSU assisted Pine Valley Baptist Church with a Disciple Now Weekend 

UNC-W hosted the It's Your Serve Volleyball Tournament for all the Eastern Colleges 

34 students attended the Fall Retreat to Topsail Island 

WINTER ACTIVITIES 

The BSU Ensemble continued to sing in churches 

BSU participated in a campus-wide Christmas Candlelight Service 

Winter Retreat to Fort Caswell with Pembroke State University BSU, February 12-14, 1993. The theme 

was "A Close Walk With God" led by Steve Freeman 

BSU students met with Japanese students visiting our area 

Students helped Forest Hills Baptist Church with their Youth Valentine Banquet 

BSU organized an Intramural Basketball Team 

SPBING ACTIVITIES 

Bible Studies outside of the regular meetings were held on campus 

Participated in an Easter Monday service with other UNC-W Campus Ministries 

Attended BSU Spring Conference on March 26-28 at Camp Caraway in Asheboro 

Led a Spring Fling Weekend at Fort Caswell for hundred of youth in our state, April 23-25, 1993 

Helped with exam "survival kits" for freshmen during final exams 

Respectfully submitted, 
Carlene C. Evans, Director 



RESORT MINISTRIES 

Why do we have resort ministries? Jesus' mandate is to go everywhere teaching of Him. In a leisure 
setting people are relaxed, away from work and home responsibilities and are usually more open-minded to 
receive a Christian message of love and hope. We have found a high percentage of unchurched people in resort 
areas. Also, we met many hurting and despondent people. The Christian message was presented in a variety 
of creative ways by our missions youth groups at our local beaches, fishing piers, campgrounds, and amusement 
park. This year we had 26 mission youth groups from as far away as Mississippi and Florida. We were 
fortunate to have local groups from Sunset Park, Freedom, Evangelistic Baptist Church, as well as a group from 
our own Baptist Student Union to serve in the Carolina and Kure Beach areas. 

Five (all new) summer missionaries who served as supervisors of the youth groups and leaders of resort 
programs were: Roger Brooks, Lisa McDonald, Scott Marshall, Phil Smith, and John Griffin. Roger Brooks, a 
seminary student) worked as Assistant Director of Resort Ministry. John Griffin and Phil Smith are leaders in 
our UNC-Wilmington Baptist Student Union. 

In addition to the regular summer programs, we are active in clown ministry in the Inner City, holiday 
events, YWCA, Senior Center, Nursing Home visits, and Campers on Mission Activities. This year Topsail Island 
hosted the National Campers on Mission Rally in April. 



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Returning for a second year, Walt and Pearline Morgan served as volunteer Campers on Missions at 
Rogers Bay Campground near Surf City. There was great attendance each Sunday morning at the campground 
worship service. All of the special programs and activities were also well attended. Over Labor Day Weekend, 
we had a hotdog cookout and Christian entertainment fellowship that brought over 180 people to the event. 
Gospel music puppets and group singing added to the atmosphere. We greatly appreciate the hard work and 
planning done by the Morgans. They made many friends and planted many seed for the Lord. 



A summary of the number reached through resort missions in our Association during the summer of 1 993 
from the groups who have returned their reports are as follows: 

22 Professions of Faith 

176 Day Camps 

147 Family Evening Programs 

20 Out of State Mission Youth Groups 

7 North Carolina Mission Youth Groups 

4 Summer Missionaries and 1 Assistant Director 

17 Senior Adult events (2 days a week) 

64 Recommitments 

3 Called into full-time Christian service 

Because all of the reports are not in, we are unable to list the total number reached through Resort 
Ministry this Summer. However, many people have heard about the love of the Lord and grown in their faith 
because of the committed Christians who are carrying out the great commission. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Carlene C. Evans, Director 



DIRECTOR OF MISSIONS 

The Associational year 1992-93 has been another exciting year for conducting missions within and 
through the churches that united together, compose the Wilmington Baptist Association. In addition to the 
pinnacle moments that made 92-93 such an exciting year, one of the greatest victories was the continuation of 
some new and exciting ministries and the fact that we were by the grace of God able to keep our heads above 
the water while maintaining and even enlarging on these programs. These programs specifically would be student 
ministries (still progressively moving toward their new building). The Counseling Center, Inner City Missions and 
the formation of Hope Baptist Church. The Matthew 25 Families In Crisis Prison Ministry and the development 
of the idea that we might work with N.C. Baptist Retirement Homes and the development of a campus within 
our Associational area. 

Wime all this was going on in 1992-93 some miracles were occurring with our language mission 
churches. The Free Will Baptist Church made a nice building and property on College Road available to the 
Korean Baptist Church and in the faith with the support of the WBA, the church has made an acceptable offer 
for their new church site. The Hispanic church has arranged to build a new church building with a miraculous 
gift of more than $40,000 from the Masonboro Baptist Church. We are praying that a new church building for 
the Hispanics will soon be in construction. 

Missions partnerships have continued in 1992-93. The WBA churches have done remarkable good work 
in Brazil, Ukraine, New York, and Florida. Others have gone to Cape Hatteras and other areas of disaster and 
missions challenge. 

64 



1 992 93 brought several pastoral changes within our Association. As the Director of Missions, I have 
worked diligently with churches seeking pastors and other staff. New staff people have arrived and the churches 
plan to be even stronger in that respect. Some of our churches have continued to struggle with small numbers 
and financial handicaps. John Truitt, a staff member who works with church renewal and development, has done 
some good work in helping churches look at their growth opportunities. 

Evangelism has been a major consideration in 1992-93. Evangelism leaders have given extensive time 
in preparation for a Here's Hope Crusade at Pender County High School in Burgaw. Plans are also underway 
for a similar crusade during 1994 at Trask Coliseum in Wilmington. The Association Evangelism Team is also 
pulling together exclusive plans for 1995 Here's Hope Simultaneous Revivals. 

During 1992-93 the Association moved progressively forward with its computerized operations. 
Computers, printers, fax machine, VCR's etc. were added to the office operations for both the Association and 
the Counseling Center. 

The Associational Fellowship needs to grow in 1993-94. Pastors and churches seem to be happy with 
the work that the Association is doing. The WBA Volunteer Leadership people number more than three hundred 
and that's the basis for successful Associational missions. We have a proud and happy group of full-time staff 
people and in my opinion, they are the back bone for Associational missions. 1 992-93 was a great Associational 
missions year. 1 993-94 should be still better. There is, however, a price to pay for continuing success. The 
real secret in our dependency on the Lord and our commitment to seeking His will. 

Respectfully submitted, 

J. Edwin Bullock, Director of Missions 



65 



WILMINGTON BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 
PROPOSED BUDGET 1993-1994 



100 M1SSIOM DEVELOPMENT MINISTRIES 



1 


Mission Development Council 




200.00 


J 


200.00 


2 


Language Missions 
A Hispanic Missions 


$ 


a, boo. oo 








B Korean Mission - Ogden 




13. 308.00 








C Chinese Mission - Calvary 




500.00 








D international Banquet 




400.00 








E International Seamen's Service, Inc. 




3,000.00 








F ESL (English as a Second Language) 




625.00 








C Japanese 




500.00 








H Siawr Missionary 




1,200.00 


$ 


28,333.00 


J 


Christian Social Ministries 












A Family Asalstance 


$ 


2.500.00 








B SuBDer Missions 




2,500.00 








C Literacy Worker (ESL) 




2,000.00 








D Programs/Conferences for Social Ministries 




500.00 








E Rescue Mission of Cspe Fear 




2,500.00 








F Domestic Violence Shelter and Services. Inc. 




400.00 








n Day Shelter for Homeless - Oood Shepherd House 




400.00 








H Ministry to Persons with Handicaps 




200.00 








1 Inner City Hlnlstrles 




1 .000.00 








J Senior Adults 




500 . 00 








K Blood Drive 




100.00 








L Medical-Dental Missions 




500.00 


$ 


13,100.00 


4 


Christian Life and Public Affairs 


$ 


500.00 


s 


500.00 


5 


Multiple Housing 


$ 


500.00 


s 


500.00 


6 


Resort /Lei sure 












A Sumner Workers 


S 


7.000.00 








B Ministry Programs 




1 ,500.00 








C Administrative Expenses & Conferences 




300.00 


5 


8,800.00 


7 


Church Expansion Hlnlstrles 












A Church Asslstsnce 


5 


400.00 








B New Work Conferences 




1 ,000.00 








C Expsnded Ministries 




'.no . 00 


s 


1 ,900.00 


a 


Chaplaincy Ministries 












A Prison Ministries 


s 


1 ,000.00 








B Families In Crisis 




500.00 








C Wilmington Resident Fsclllty 




250.00 


5 


1,750.00 



200 ASSOCIATIONS MISSIONS PROJECTS 



I Hetro Thrusc S 300.00 



2 


Brazil and New York Projects 


500.00 


3 


Bible Teaching in Public Schools 


500.00 




Baptist Student Onion 
A Program 


6,000.00 




B Associate Director 


6,000.00 


5 


Missionary Furlough House 


1 ,000.00 


6 


Counseling Center 


2,000.00 


I 


Hope Mission Church 


8,000.00 


100 
1 


ORGANIZATIONAL MINISTRIES 
Sunday School 


S 1,400.00 


2 


Discipleshlp Training, 


1 , 000 . 00 


5 


Brotherhood 


1 ,000.00 


4 


WMU 


2, 000. 00 


5 


Music 


1,250.00 


6 


Evsngel ism 


2,000.00 


7 


Youth 


1,500.00 


8 


Seminary Extension 


600.00 


') 


Media (Library) 


500.00 


10 


Church Administration 


1 ,000.00 


1 1 


Steward sh lp 


300.00 



12 Outside Speakers 200.00 S 12,750.00 

66 



400 SAURIES AMU BE NEFITS 
1 Director of Missions 



MISSIONARY STAFF 



Associate Director for Church and Community Missions 
A.l. Salary 



; 18,525,00 



2. 


Housing 




15.310.00 




Benefits 






1. 


Re 1 1 rement 




3.000.00 


2. 


Hospitalization 




5,487.00 


3. 


Life b Disability 




800.00 


4. 


Social Security (Offset) 




4,187.00 



S 16,500.011 



ft 

Bene! Its 




1 . Ret i rement 


2,200.00 


2 . Hospl tall zat Ion 


HMB 


3. Life & Disability 


HHB + 1,000.00 



A. Social Security 



$ A 7, 309. 00 



S 30.181.00 



3 Associate Director for Resort/Lels 
A.l. Salary 



3,500.00 



Benefits 




1 . Rett rement 


2.200.00 


2. Hospitalization 


1,500.00 


3. Life 6 Disability 


550.00 



4. Social Security 



1,92 7.00 S 31,177.00 



4 Secret arv/Bookke 



A.l. Salary 



2. Hospital ltat Ion 



3. Social Security 



1, 318.00 



S 22,310.00 



5 Sec retary/Receptlonlat 
A. 1 . Salary 



1 . Retirement 



2. Hospitalization 



3. Social Security 



$ 19.315.00 



6 Custodian 



Social Security 



$ 3,900.00 



City Missionary 



A.l. Salary 



2. Housing 



$ 11,500.00 





B. Benefits 
1. Retirement 


2,004.00 








2. Hospitalization 


1,400.00 








3. Social Security 


2.000.00 


$ 


24,904.00 


8 


Extra Secretarial Help 


$ 300.00 


$ 


300.00 


500 


STAFF MINISTRY EXPENSES 








1 


Director of Missions Travel 


5 3,600.00 






2 


Associate Director for Church & Community Mis. Travel 


1,800.00 






3 


Associate Director for Reeort/Lelsure/BSU Travel 


2,400.00 






4 


Inner Cltv Missionary Travel 


1 , 000 . 00 






5 


Director of Missions Conventions and Conferences 


1 , 600 . 00 






6 


Associate Director for CCM Conventions and Conferences 


700.00 






7 


Associate Director for Resort /Lelsure/BSU Conv. and Conf. 


700.00 






8 


Secretary/Bookkeeper' B Travel 


300.00 


5 


12.100.00 



67 



600 OPERATING EXPENSES 



1 Office Supplies S 14,000.00 



2 


Utilities 


1 1 , 000 . 00 






3 


Insurance 


1 . 36 1 . 00 






4 


Mlscel laneous 


2,000.00 






5 


Office Equipment Maintenance 


3,000.00 






6 


Clerk's Honorarium 


600.00 






7 


Workman's Compensation 


750.00 






8 


Expenses for Director of Missions 


700.00 


$ 


33,411.00 


700 
1 


CAPITAL ITEMS 
Office Equipment 


S 3,000.00 






2 


Improvements & Maintenance 


4,000.00 






3 


Educational Supplies 


250.00 


$ 


7,250.00 


800 
1 


STATISTICAL SUPPLIES i PROGRAMS 
Annual Meeting and Clerk's Supplies 


5 150.00 






2 


Printing and Advertising 


1 ,000.00 






3 


Annual Assoclat lonal Minutes 


1,500.00 


5 


2,650.00 



5327,400.00 
- 70,304.00 
5257,096. 00 



SOURCE OF $70,304.00 * 



Language Missions 


S 1 ,800 


00 


BSC 




BSU Salary and Program 


19,500 


00 


BSC 




Resort/Leisure Salary 


3,000 


00 


BSC 


and HMB 


Church/Community Salary 


8,000 


00 


BSC 


and HMB 


New Work (Probe) 


1,000 


00 


BSC 




Black Church Relations (Hope Mission) 


6,400 


00 


BSC 




Black Church Summer Worker 


1,000 


00 


BSC 




State Missions Share 


2,500 


00 


BSC 




Social Ministries Summer Workers 


1,800 


00 


BSC 




Inner City Missions 


25,004 


00 


BSC 


Churches, 


Seminary Extension 


300 


00 


BSC 





$ 70,304.00 



68 



BUDGET EXPENDITURES f OH 1992-1991 

Budget Expended Balance 

I III) HjSSJ OM Of Vt I OPHEN1 MINI SHIES 

1 Mission Development Council _ $ 20_00 j 32_?6 i_ 167.04, 

I La^nyuaye_Mt ssjons 

A Hispanic Mi ssions - Long C reek and Lake Forest \ 6. BOO. 00 \ B. 799.96 i .01 

B . Korean Hlsslon - Ogden 13,306.00 12.199.00 1.1QAQ0. 

C Chinese Hlsslon - Calvary 500.00 - 5.00, Q2 

D Asian ln_an_l_ss_on 100.00 - 100 . OQ 

E International Banguet _ 400 . 00 17 1.B5 __ 228. li 

f Inlematlonal Seame n's Se rvice. I nc. 2,700.00 2.000.00 ZQ2.Q2 

G ESI (English as a Se cond Language) 625.00 327.56 297.44 

II Japanese 500.00 - 526,211 

I Sumner Miss ionary 300.00 - 322.22. 

1 Clirlstlan Soci al Minis tries 

A family Assistance j 2,500.00 j 1.950.18 S 549. B2 

B Summer Hlsslons 2,500 00 1 .772.30 12L.1SL 

C Literacy Worker 1,200.00 600.00 322x02. 

0 Piogiams/Co nferences for Social Hlnlstrles 1,000.00 13.79 986 . 21 

E Rescue Mission of Cape f ear 2,900 00 1,983.32 916.68 

f Domestic V iolence Shelt e r and Services, Inc. 400.00 ; 400,00 

G Day She l ter for Homeless - Good Shepherd House 400.00 : 400.00 

H Minis try to Persons with Handicaps 200.00 - 200.00 

1 Inner Ci ty Ministries 500.00 1.375.56 - 875.56 

J Seni or Adul ts 500.00 338.09 161.91 

_ Blood Drive 100.00 34.33 65.67 

L Medical-Dental Hlsslons 500 00 13.09 486.91 

4 Christian Life and Public Affairs > 1,000.00 $ - > 1.000. DO 

5 Multiple Housing I 500.00 $ 126.73 t 373.27 

6 Resort/Leisure 

Summ er Workers \ 7,000.00 $ 6.982.44 \ 17.56 

B Hl nlstry Programs 1,500.00 1.310.76 189.24 

C Administrative Expenses i Conferences 300.00 235.75 64.25 

1 Ch urch Expansion Ministries 

A_ Churc h Assistance $ 400.00 t > 400.00 

B Hen Work Conferences 1 ,000.00 - 1 .000.00 

C Exp anded Ministries 500.00 : 500.00 

8 Ch aplain cy Hlnlstrles 

A Pris on Ministries $ 1.000.00 } 50.78 > 949.22 

8 familie s In Crisis 500.00 500.00 2 .22 

C_ Wilmington Resident Facility 250.00 250.00 2J12 

20U ASSOCIAI IONAL HISS10HS PROJECTS 

1 Metro Thrust I 500.00 t i 500.00 

2 . Brat 1 1 and He w York Protects 600.00 1.018.87 - 5 18. B7 

J Bible Teaching In Public Schools 600.00 400.00 100.00 

4 Baptist Student Union 

A Program 6,000.00 7.324.49 - 1.324 _> 

B Associate Director 6,000.00 6.577.99 - 577.99 

5 Mi ssionary furlough House 1,000.00 - 14.43 1.014.43 

6 Counseling Center 8,920.00 9.435.01 - 515.01 

7 Inner City Missions 23.240.00 21.443.48 1.796.52 

300 ORGAHl 7AI IQNAL MINISTRIES 

1 Sunday School I 1.400.00 t 536.33 < 863.6 7 

2 DIsclp lesMp Training 1.000. 00 463.78 536.22 

3 Brotherhood 1,000. 00 1,557.23 - 557.23 

4 WMU 2. 200.00 1,566.01 633.99 

5 Musk i,__ : 00 i,460,_4 212.61 

6 Evangelism . 2,000.00 1.255.57 744.43 

7 touth 1.500 00 333.73 lOt\fi.ZZ 

8 Seminary Extension . 800.00 444.96 35JLM 

? Media (Library) 500.00 1__J5_ Ififija 

10 Church Administration 1.000.00 Z___l£ ?79 Bi 

! L Stewar dship 300.00 2__L2 ZKlM. 

12 Outside Speakers 200 00 276.00 ft .20. 



69 



Budget (Tended Balance 

400 SALARIES HID nCHEfllS - HISSI0 NAR» S TAFF 
I. Director of Hjsslonj 





A.|. Salary 


t 


16,300.00 


( 16,300.00 


J 


o.oo 




2. Housing 




15,310.00 


15,310.00 




0.00 




B_. ..Benefits 














1. Retirement 




3,000.00 


3,000 .00 




0.00 




2. Hospitalization 




5,487.00 


5,487.00 





0.00 




3. Life 1 Disability 




600.00 


800.00 




0.00 




it Cnrlil Carnrllu fnf fratl 

boctdi becuniy \uiisetj 




J , y DO . UU 


^ a on 

j ,yoy . yi 




1 .94 


2 


Associate Director for Church and Conriunity Missions 














A.I. Salary 


$ 


17,230.00 


) 13,926.65 


t 


3,303.45 




2. Housing 




6 ,000 .00 


6 ,000.00 




0.00 




0 Benefits 














I Re 1 1 r pmp n t 




2 200 00 


2 199.96 




04 




I . nosp i ta I wa 1 1 on 




HHB 






HMB 




3. Life S Disability HHB 




1 , 000 . 00 


1 ,UUU . UU 




0.00 




4< Social Security 




1 743 00 


1 ,504 .24 




238 76 


3 


Associate Director for Resort/Lelsure/BSU 














A.I. Salary 


t 


17,790.00 


$ 17,790.00 


I 


o.oo 




2. Housing 




6,500.00 


6,500.00 




0.00 




B. Benefits 














I . Re 1 1 remp n t 




C , t U U Ul J 


2, 199 .96 




04 




2, Hospitalization 




1 ,500.00 


1 , 39 1 . 06 




108.94 




i . Life o 01 saol 1 1 ty 




550 . 00 


1 14 . 15 




435.85 




4. Social Security 




1,782.00 


1,851. 72 




69.72 




Secretary/Bookkeeper 














A.I. Salary 


$ 


16,605.00 


$ 16,605.00 


( 


0.00 




B. Benefits 














I. Retirement 




1,318.00 


1 , 3 17 . 84 




. 16 




c. nosp i ca i i za i i on 




1 972 00 


1 955.50 




16 50 




3. Social Security 




1 ,216.00 


1 ,265 .82 




49.82 


5 


Secretary/Receptionist 














A.I. Salary 


% 


15,384.00 


$ 15,384.00 


s 


0.00 




B. Benefits 














1. Retirement 




1,300.00 


1,299.96 




.04 




2. Hospitalization 




781 00 


781 .00 




0.00 




3. Social Security 




1,109.00 


1,125.32 




16.32 


6 


Custodian 














A. Salary 


1 


3,350.00 


$ 2.702.50 


( 


647.50 




B. Social Security 




260.00 


216.92 




43.08 


7 


Extra Secretarial Help 


$ 


300.00 


$ 300.00 


$ 


0.00 


l«] 


SIAFF HINISIRT EXPENSES 












1 


Director of Missions Travel 


J 


3 ,600 . 00 


L-l?!--!-- 9 - 7 -. 


1 
1 


?§-0i 


2_ 


Associate Director for Church & Community His. Travel 




2,500.00 


1 ,953 . 96 




546 .04 


3 


Associate Director for Resort/Lelsure/BSU Travel 




2 , 300 . 00 


2 ,491 . 79 




191 . 79 


4 


Director of Missions Conventions and Conferences 




1,200.00 


1,200.00 




0.00 


5_ 


Associate Director for CCM Conventions and Conferences 




700.00 


236.71 




463,29 


6 


Associate Olrector for Resort/Lelsure/BSU Conv. and Conf 




700.00 


355.00 




345.00 


7 


Secretary/Bookkeeper's Travel 




780.00 


780 . 00 




0.00 


00 


OPERAI ING EXPENSES 












l_ 


Office Supplies 


$ 


14,000.00 


t it i ftfi in 

) 1 J , 100 . JU 


t 


813 70 


2 


Utilities 




10.000 00 


19 1 1 a nt. 
ic , i iy . ut> 






3 


Insurance 




1 , 36 1 . 00 


1 1 16 1 . 75 





"^199 1 25 


4 


Ml seel laneous 




? noo no 


2,791.38 




791.38 


5 


Office Equipment Maintenance 




3.000.00 


959.42 




2,040.58 


6 


Clerk's Honorarium 




600.00 


600.00 




0.00 


7^ 


Workman's Compensation 




400.00 


634.75 




234.75 


8 


Expenses for Director of Missions 




500.00 


511.26 




11.26 



70 



;00 CAP MAI [JEMS 

1 Of flee E quipment 

2 Imp rovements i Maintenanc e 

3 Educationa l Sup plies 

8 QP. 5 IjA MS 1 1 CAL SUPPLIES j PROGRAHS 

1 AnnuaJ Meeting and Cler k 's Supplie s 

? Pr I ntlng and Advertising 

\ - Annual Assoclattonal Minutes 



Budget Expended Balance 

$ 3,000.00 $ 2.656.03 $ 343.97 

4,000.00 3.407.28 592.72 

"0-00 . 37? . 35 : 122.35 

$ 150.00 t 199.39 -\ 49.3 9 

1,000.00 ; 1 .000.00 

1.500.00 1.450.08 49.92 

$314,409.00 $288,992.81 $ 25,416.19 
* - 74,376.00 

$240,013.00 



SOURCE OF $74,396.00 



Language Missions 


$ 7.896.00 


BSC 


BSU Salary and Program 


17,200.00 


BSC 


Resort/Leisure Salary 


3,000.00 


BSC and HMB 


Church/Community Salary 


8, 000. 00 


BSC and HMB 


New Work (Probe) 


1,000.00 


BSC 


Black Church Relations - New Work 


4.800.00 


BSC 


Black Church Summer Worker 


1.000.00 


BSC 


State Missions Share 


2,500.00 


BSC 


Social Ministries Summer Workers 


1,000.00 


BSC 


Prison Hlnlstry 


1,000.00 


BSC 


Evangelistic Crusade Preparation 


1,000.00 


BSC 


Inner City Missions 


21,000.00 


BSC, Churches, 



lounsellnq Center 5,000.00 Churches. Individuals 

$ 74,396.00 



71 



WILMINGTON BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 
FINANCIAL REPORT FOR 1992-1993 

RECEIPTS 

Balance October 31, 1992 S 612.97 

Budget Receipts from Churches and Individuals +248,503.65 

Designated Receipts + 66,187.46 

Savings Transfers + 66,919.87 

Total Receipts 381 ,610.98 

Total Funds Available S382.223.95 

DISBURSEMENTS 

Budget $324,233.52 

Designated + 57,528.31 

Total Disbursements $381,761.83 

Total Funds Available $382,223.95 

Total Disbursements -381 ,761 .83 

BALANCE OCTOBER 31, 1993 $ 462.12 



MONEY MARKET INVESTMENT ACCOUNT - DESIGNATED FUNDS 

1. New Work $ 2 ,874. 83 



2. 


Resort Ministry 


203.97 


3. 


Interest 


482.21 


4. 


Mission Expansion 


858.94 


5. 


ESL (English as a Second Language 


150.79 


6. 


Marina Ministry, BSC 


400.00 


7. 


State Missions Offering 


.64 


8. 


New Work Probe 


1,161.96 


9. 


BSC-HMB: Hunger Fund 


233.67 


10. 


Brazil 


544.88 


11. 


Baptist Student Union 


967.00 


12. 


Baptist Student Union - New Building 


16,295.00 


13. 


BSC-BSU: Evans and Myrick 


3,072.20 


14. 


Inner City - David Brlsson 


273.10 


15. 


Hope Baptist Mission - Offerings 


95.12 


16. 


BSC - Public Relations 


50.7 3 


17. 


Media Center 


458.03 


18. 


BSC: Program Assistance Black Church 


2,410.00 


19. 


Hispanic Building 


5,774.47 


20. 


Basketball 


1,388.69 


21. 


Softball 


114.00 


22. 


BSC - Victory Baptist Church 


915.00 


23. 


Matthew 25 Center 


6,423.72 


24. 


Burgaw-Area Crusade 


432.50 


25. 


Ukraine 


1,772.10 



$ 46,260.55 



NATIONSBANK MONEY MARKET INVESTMENT ACCOUNT - COUNSELING CENTER 

1. Client Aid $ 12,135.00 

2. Operations 9, 328.89 

„ $ 21,463.89 



du-LiA* ..1.1NL. j\ WtU CHUHCHtb IN IWi-iWi 



CHURCHES 


ASSN. HIS. 
NOV . 1-OCT. 11 


DESIGNATED GRAND TOTAL 
NOV. 1-OCT. 31 NOV. I-OCT. 30 


A 1 l> I ns Oil 


S 4,000.00 


5 50.00 5 


4,050.00 


Barlow-Vlata 


2.587.0} 


48. 10 


2.635.13 


Bt*i Branch 


24.00 




24 .00 


Bcthlehea, 


200.00 




200.00 


Burflau 


4.567.00 


1,859. 76 


6.446. 76 


Calvary 


16,694. 14 


1 .280.00 


19.974.14 


Cincduk 


126.64 




126.84 


Carolina Beach. First 


5.448.72 


905.90 


6.354.62 


Caat 1c Hayne 


4,600.00 




4.800 00 


Centervl 1 le 


4.000.00 


1 .260.00 


5.260.00 


Charity 


1.986.23 




1.386.23 


Colltfle Acres 


9.583.00 




9.583.00 


Evangel 1 s t 1c 


15.00 




15.00 


Forest til 11a 


4.466.73 


728.00 


5.194.73 


Freedoo 


19.781 .82 


603.00 


20.384.82 


r.lbson Avcrtur 


1.485.00 




1.485.00 


Greenfield 


60.00 


7.50 


67.50 


Hasps lead 


6.986.93 


225.00 


7.211.93 


Haw Bluff 


1. 200.00 




1 .200.00 


HUpana, Prlser* 


180.00 




180.00 


Hope 


- 


420.66 


420.66 


Ivanhoe 


600.00 




600.00 


Kure Beach. Flint 


1 .534.00 




1.514.00 


Lake Forest 


6.406.80 


125.00 


6.531.80 


Look Creek 


3.367.40 


1.190. 21 


4.557.61 


Long Creek Hispanic - - - 


Lour Leaf 


5.999. 76 


100. 00 


6.099.76 


Maaonboro 


9.357.86 


25.00 


9.382.86 


Moo res Creek 


1.903.82 


150.00 


2.051.82 


Mount Holly 


1.920.84 


96.25 


2.017.09 


Hurray Memorial 


5.067.04 


100.00 


5.167.04 


Hyrtle C.rove 


2.166.66 




2.166.66 


Hew Hope 


212.00 




212.00 


Oak Grove - - - 


Odder. 


6.159.56 


412.20 


6.571.78 


ORden Korean 


1 ,388.41 




1,388.41 


Olivet 


1.250.00 




1.250.00 


Pender lea 


452.77 




452.77 


Pine Valley 


11.440.63 


114.50 


11,555.13 


Pine View - 


Klley'a Creek 


1.963.09 


1.550.97 


3.514.06 


Bocky Point 




5.00 


5.00 


Saint Paul 


200.00 




200.00 


Scotta Hill 


8.500.71 


243.80 


8.744.51 


Sea Cate 


2.590.35 


474.63 


3.064.98 


Shlloh 


3.1B3.23 


5.00 


3,188.23 


Silver Lake 


690.00 


128.00 


818.00 


South! Ide 


7,720.06 




7.720.06 


Sunact Park 


5.97J.25 


25.00 


5.99B.25 


Surf City 


4.855.00 


552.15 


5.407.15 


Teaple 


4.424.04 


449.00 


4.873.04 


Topsail 


440.00 




440.00 


Victory 


3.515.42 


97.50 


3.612.92 


Wallace. First 


4,816.66 


925.00 


5,741.66 


Hatha 


910.34 




910.34 


WhlaperlnR Plnea 


3.230.42 




3.230.42 


MM lard 


2.298.84 


426.00 


2,724.64 


Ullalnitton. Plrat 


8.416.68 


6. 182.05 


14.598.73 


Vlntet Park 


7.140.00 


6.298.99 


11,438.99 


UrlKhteboro 


4.776.91 


49.50 


4.826.41 


UrUhtavlll* Beach 


7.083.07 


825.00 


7.908.07 


Church Total 
Other Clfte 


$2)1,566.06 
♦ 16.935.57 


5 27,938.67 


S259.506.75 


Sub-Total 
BSC and KHB 


S248.S03.65 
4 22.882.00 


• 27,938.67 


•259.506.75 


GRAND TOTAI 


$271,385.65 

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• 27,936.6) 


1255,5116.7) 



CHURCH ORDAINED MINISTERS 



BEAR BRANCH : Oliver Woodcock, Currie. NC 28435 
R. W. Lewis, P. 0. Box 6, Currie, NC 28435 

BURGAW : Clarence Dodgens, P. 0. Box 548, Burgaw, NC 28425 
W. L Blanton, Box 1063, Burgaw, NC 28425 
George Hocutt, Rt. 2, Box 167, Rocky Point, NC 28457 
B. L. Davis, P. 0. Box 1052, Burgaw, NC 28425 

CALVARY : Harold Watkins, 3914 Cedar St., Wilmington, NC 28403 

Willie Shepard, 5212 Castle Hayne Rd., Castle Hayne, NC 28429 

CAROLINA BEACH. FIRST : Clyde Case, Jr., 226 Brookview Road, Wilmington, NC 28409 
Gene Hatcher. P. 0. Box 1656, Carolina Beach, NC 28428 

COLLEGE ACRES : C. R. Price, 1022 Oaisy Lee Dr., Wilmington, NC 28405 

HAMPSTEAD : Claude King, B-6 Oleander Ct., Wilmington, NC 28403 

MASONBORO : David Stewart, 106 Buccaneer Rd., Wilmington, NC 28409 

MOUNT HOLLY : Larry Cavenaugh, Railroad Street, Burgaw, NC 28425 

MURRAY MEMORIAL : Bill Shourds, 1924 Wrightsville Ave., Wilmington, NC 28403 

B. A. Porter, 1402 Hospital Place Dr., Wilmington, NC 28401 

NEW HOPE : Allen Grey, 1740 Leland School Rd., Leland, NC 28451 
Jim Smith, 1620 Maco Rd., N.E., Leland, NC 28451 
Bob Collins, 2109 Camellia Dr., Wilmington, NC 28403 

PINE VALLEY : I. T. Blick, 4205 Red Bird Dr., Wilmington, NC 28412 
Bob Jernigan, 202 Pinecrest Pkwy., Wilmington, NC 28401 
Thurman Allred, 1504 Village Dr., Apt. 1, Wilmington, NC 28401 
Bill Summers, 253 Dallas Dr., Wilmington, NC 28405 

C. Herb McCarthy, 4616 Bentley Dr., Wilmington, NC 28409 

RILEY'S CREEK : Charles Kane, 164 Old Bridge Rd., Rocky Point, NC 28457 

SEA GATE : Paul Nix, 104 Peacan Ave., Wilmington, NC 28403 
Martin Stubbs, 5818 Solera Dr., Wilmington, NC 28403 

SUNSET PARK : Horace L. Jackson, 320 Northern Blvd., Wilmington, NC 28401 



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TEMPLE : Charles Trull, 725 Brunswick Place, Leland, NC 28451 
Ed Bullock, 610 S. College Rd.. Wilmington, NC 28403 
Ellis Lanier, 140 Kings Landing Rd.. Hampstead, NC 28443 
John Scalf, 602 Wmdemere Rd., Wilmington, NC 28405 

TOPSAIL : James Pollard, 228 Factory Rd., Hamsptead, NC 28403 

VICTORY : Rick Armstrong, 506 Millhouse Rd., Castle Hayne, NC 28429 

WALLACE. FIBST : Morris Andrews, P. 0. Box 117, Willard. NC 28478 

WILLARD : Sidney Ball. 7420 NC Hwy. 11, Willard, NC 28478 

WILMINGTON. FIBST : Randolph Gregory. 5001 College Acres Dr.. Wilmington. NC 28403 
Clyde Smith, 37 Cardinal Lane, Wilmington, NC 28403 
Reggie Rushing, 310 Foxhall Ct.. Wilmington, NC 28412 
David Brisson, 4427 Holly Tree Ct., Wilmington, NC 28412 
Don Ledbetter, 209 Dorchester Place, Wilmington, NC 28412 
Claude Marshall, 3539 Aster Ct., Wilmington, NC 28409 
Lamar Brooks, 414 Stonewall Jackson Dr., Wilmington, NC 28412 
Mac Wallace, 923 Chadwick Shores, Sneads Ferry, NC 28460 

WINTER PARK : Willie McGough, P. 0. Box 5144, Station #1, Wilmington, NC 28403 



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PERSONS LICENSED THIS YEAR 
MURRAY MEMORIAL • Job Easterling, 1839 Farley Dr., Wilmington, NC 28405 
HEW HOPE ■ Bob Collins, 2109 Camellia Dr., Wilmington, NC 28403 
SCOTTS HILL • Jimmie Suggs, Jr., 106 Laffitte St., Wilmington, NC 28405 
SURF CITY Bobby Carter, P. 0. Box 172, Alabaster, Al. 35007 



PERSONS ORDAINED THIS YEAR 
HAMPSTEAD ■ Melvin C. Hall, 146 Lafayette St., Wilmington, NC 28405 
MURRAY MEMORIAL ■ Ed Morton, 14 Arlene Dr., Castle Hayne, NC 28429 
NEW HOPE - Bob Collins, 2109 Camillia Dr.. Wilmington, NC 28403 
SUNSET PARK ■ Mark Fuss. 2809 Fairmont Dr., Clayton, NC 27520 



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DEACEASED 



ATKINSON - Mrs. Sadie Henry. Mr. Clayton Porter 

BARLOW VISTA - Mrs. Flora Batson, Mrs. Hattie Hoilis, Mrs. Edna Turner, Mrs. Cleo Parhealth, Mrs. Alva 
Edens (0), Mr. M. C. Andres. Mr. Enoch Asbell 

BEAR BRANCH • Mr. Robert L. Carroll, Jr., Mrs. Etna Lewis, Ms. Pearl Boswell, Mr. Pearlie Gurganious, Mrs. 
Shirley SMith 

BETHLEHEM - Mr. Albert Anderson 

BURGAW ■ Mrs. Dorothy Harrell, Mrs. Catherine O'Brian Collins, Mrs. Ann Bowden, Mrs. Gertrude Batson, Mrs. 
Lottie Blake, Mrs. Lottie Taylor, Mrs. Mary Taylor, Mrs. Pearl Clark 

CALVARY • Mrs. Alice Davis, Mrs. Mary Dew, Mrs. Louise Kanaly, Mrs. Verda King, Mr. John Gidden (D), Mrs. 
Ronald Chatt, Mr. John Baldwin, Mrs. Emma Overton, Mr. J. T. Shepard, Mrs. Mary Beck, Mr. Daniel 
Clark, Mrs. Nomi Newton, Mr. Earl Williams (D), Mr. Carl Millinor. Mrs. Flossie Stephens, Mrs. Emma 
Stanley White, Mr. W. W. Guyton, Mr. John E. Blake 

CANETUCK - Mr. H. B. Marshall 

CAROLINA BEACH, FIRST • Robert Coleman, Gary Hoffman, Glenn Tucker, Margy Woody 

CASTLE HAYNE - Mrs. Teresa Parkins, Mrs. Mae Kelly, Mr. Herbert Branch, Mr. Roger Piver, Dee Jones, Mr. 
Dallas Gurganious 

COLLEGE ACRES - Mrs. Lillian Garris, Mr. Harvey Dodd, Mrs. Ruth Coley 
FOREST HILLS - Mr. Fred Eldridge 
FREEDOM - Mr. Eric Long 

GIBSON AVENUE ■ Pearl Stanley, Mrs. Alice Dixon, Mrs. Bernice Jackson, Mrs. Olive Hewett, Mrs. Sue 
La Point, Mr. Casper Willoughby (D), Mr. Levy King 

GREENFIELD - Mrs. Louise Justice, Mrs. Lilia Gregg, Mrs. Liliie Long, Mrs. Lena Jones 

HAMPSTEAD - Mrs. Annie Hall Hicks, Mr. C. E. Hicks, Mr. Dale Porter, Mrs. Betty Dana 

HAW BLUFF - Mrs. Mozelle Bloodworth, Mrs. Camy Newby, Mr. Jim DeVane, Mr. Elwin Squires, Mr. Charles 
Knighton 

KURE BEACH. FIRST - Mrs. Ruth Harie, Mrs. Beatrice M. Smith, Mr. Ambalse Ashemselter 

LONG LEAF ■ Mrs. Edith Books, Mr. Vernon Leigh, Mrs. Felda Burchette, Mr. John Neal, Sr., Mr. Hallie Leneane 

MASONBORO ■ Mr. Churchwell Stallings (D), Margaret Harrell, Lora Mae Brown, Raeford Clemmons, Robert 
Woody, Cora Lee Lumsden, Lassie M. Ewing, Alton McLean, Marion Peterson, Elizabeth Desjariais 

MOORE'S CREEK ■ Mr. Richard Flake, Mr. Leslie Caison, Mr. Robert Walker, Mr. E. Tom Spencer 



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MOUNT HOLLY ■ Mr.Oscer Kirby, Mr. Walter Rivenbark, Mrs. Mary Rivenbark, Mrs. Swannie Hanchey 

MURRAY MEMORIAL - Mrs. Irene Padgett, Mrs. Anne Fredrick 

MYRTLE GROVE - Mr. Hallie Dail, Mr. Wilbert W. Rhodes. Mr. James H. Croom 

HEW HOPE ■ Mrs. Ernestine Tharp, Mrs. Marie Grey 

OAK GROVE ■ Mr. John Mitchell, Mrs. Agnes Lew, Mrs. Lucille Webb 

OGDEIH - Mrs. Luna Rusher, Mr. Lorin Shepard, Mr. Louis Batson, Rev. A. C. "Red" Beall, Mr. John Franklin 
Scott 

OLIVET ■ Mr. R. H. Walker, Sr. 

PENDERLEA - Mr. Henry Southerland (D), Mrs. Mae West 

PINE VALLEY • Mr. Jess Page, Mrs. Ida Pridgen, Mr. Anthony Surrat, Sr., Mrs. Flossie Cook 
PINE VIEW • Mrs. Helen Peterson 

RILEY'S CREEK • Mrs. Lillian Barnhill, Mrs. Elmer Wilson, Mrs. Elvise Wilson, Mr. Leroy Barnhill 
SCOTTS HILL • Mr. Leroy Goodnob 

SEA GATE ■ Mr.Hector Avery, Mr. William Bass, Mr. Thomas Bullard, Mr. Leon Croom (0), Mrs. Alice Collins, 
Mrs. Margaret Harrison, Mrs. Evelyn Larson, Mrs. Leona Miller, Mrs. Mary Saunders, Mrs. Lucy Tartt, 
Mrs. Martha Walton, Mr. Ernest Watson 

SHILOH ■ Mrs. Hester Childress, Mrs. Mary Walker, Mr. Newman Parker 

SILVER LAKE • Mr. Tom Dill, Mr. Danny Ratriff, Mr. Kirby Raynor 

SOUTHSIDE • Mr. Milton Leland, Mr. Henry Moore, Mr. Al Powell. Mrs. Eula Ketchum 

SUNSET PARK ■ Mr. Dan Williams, Mrs. N. Marie Morgan, Mr. Stanley Grimsley, Mr. W. D. Granitt, Mrs. Ruby 
Russ, Mr. Sam Britt, Mr. W. H. Buddin, Mrs. Evelyn Walsh, Mr. Haywood Rowan, Mrs. Beatrice Branch, 
Mr. D. Earl Kelly, Mrs. Lila Bass 

SURF CITY ■ Mr. John Abernathy, Ms. Mattie Christopher 

TEMPLE • Mrs. Billie Hinson, Mr. J. E. Bradshaw, Mrs. Blanche Maultsby, Mr. Hugh Williamson, Mrs. Agnes 
McDaniel, Mrs. Mary Batson, Mrs. Ernestine Sanders, Mr. Robert Smith, Miss Patricia Vichers, Mr. bobby 
Harrell, Sr., Mrs. Jane Huene, Mrs. Flossie Freeman, Mr. Billy Justice, Mrs. Annie Kenan, Mr. Rob 
Brown, Mr. T. Earl Allen, Jr 

WALLACE. FIRST • Mr. D. L. Creech, Mr. J. C. Herring, Jr., Mrs. Flora Mae Jones, Mrs. Elizabeth Perkins, Mr. 
Bill Pope, Mr. H. D. Patterson 

WATHA - Mrs. Lois Foster, Mr. Roy Piner, Mr. J. D. Thompson, Miss Minnie Rivenbark 



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WILLABD - Mr. Jack Bloodworth, Jr., Mrs. Madeline Jarman Johnson, Mrs. Susan Ella Knowles Pigford, Ms. 
Deleon L. Southerland, Mrs. Lillian Blanton English Rackley 

WILMINGTON. FIRST - Miss S. Cornelia Brady, Mr. Percy Liles, Mrs. Frances Willis, Mrs. Estelle Wells, Miss 
Pauline Henry, Mr. Charles Vowell, Jr., Mrs. Mattie Harris, Mrs. Alva B. Mincey, Mrs. Edith King, Mrs. 
Laura Jackson, Miss Isabel Hines, Mrs. Sallie James, Mrs. Mildred McGhee, Mrs. Alice Tichner, Mrs. 
Agnes Batchelor, Mrs. Bertha Van Langinham, Mr. Kenneth Biggs (D), Mrs. Pauline Pridgen, Mrs. Essie 
Cook, Mrs. Danie Hansley, Mr. Leslie G. Gore, Mrs. Diane Thomas, Mr. Wilfred Tichner, Mr. Earle Beale, 
Mrs. Ann B. Rooks 

WINTER PARK - Mr. Pat Smith, Mrs. Clara Lockamy, Birdie Menzer, Mrs. Rachel DeWeese, Mrs. Kay 
Blackweller, Mr. Harold Hulon, Mrs. Thlma Sawyer, Mrss. Merle Daughtery, Mrs. Louise Robbins, Mr. 
Brinson Bryant, Ms. Esther Bray, Mr. Horace Lanier, Mr. J. R. Steifle, Mr. Bill Cochrane 

WRIGHTSBORO - Mr. Ed Harris, Mrs. Annie Ennis, Mr. Jimmy Dance, Mr. Ed Nail, Mr. Tim Montgomery, Mr. 
K. D. Brewington, Mr. Robert G. Matthews, Mrs. Hazel Matthews, Mrs. Laura Buxton, Mrs. Gladys 
Tatum, Mrs. Bessie Hardison 

WRIGHTSVILLE BEACH - Mrs. Rosie Clemensen, Miss Crystal Sullivan, Mr. Herman Musselwhite 



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HISTORICAL TABLE OF WILMINGTON BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 
FROM ITS ORGANIZATION 



1901 


PLACE OF MEETING 


MODERATOR 


CLERK 


ANNUAL SERMON 


Burgaw 


J. T. Bland 


C 


D 


Weeks 




1902 


Long Creek 


J. T. Bland 


C 


0 


Weeks 


J. A. Smith 


1903 


Bethlehem 


J. T. Bland 


Addison Hewlett 


J. L. vipeman 


1904 


Wella Chapel 


J. T. Bland 


George E. Leftwich 


C. H. Utley 


1905 


Teachey 


George E. Leftwich 


C 


E 


McCul len 


J. A. McKaughan 


1906 


UH. (Calvary) 


George E. Leftwich 


c. 


E 


McCullen 


Fred D. Hale 


1907 


Jacksonvi I le 


George E. Leftwich 


c. 


E 


McCullen 


W. W. Hamilton 


1908 


Ual lace 


George E. Leftwich 


c 


E 


McCul len 


C. F. Whit lock 


1909 


Atkinson 


G. A. Martin 


c. 


E. 


McCullen 


W. L. Britt 


1910 


Ui I lard 


George E. Leftwich 


c. 


E. 


McCullen 


J. H. Foster 


1911 


Emmas Chapel 


George E. Leftwich 


s. 


F . 


Garrison 


R. E. Peele 


1912 


Burgaw 


George E. Leftwich 


s. 


F . 


Garrison 


W. G. Hail 


1913 


Teachey 


W. G. Hall 


s 


F 


Garrison 


J. A. Sullivan 


1914 


Jacksonvi I le 


W. G. Hall 


J 


A 


Sul I ivan 


C. W. Brooks 


1915 


Long Creek 


George E. Leftwich 


J. 


A. 


Sul I ivan 


0. N. Marshall 


1916 


Ual lace 


George E. Leftwich 


J. 


A. 


Sul I ivan 


W. G. Hall 


1917 


R i vers i de 


George E. Leftwich 


J. 


A. 


Sul I ivan 


J. J. Hurt 


1918 


Wrightsboro 


George E. Leftwich 


J. 


A. 


Sul I ivan 




1919 


Bethlehem 


W. G. Hall 


J 


A 


Sul I ivan 




1920 


Teachey 


W. G. Hall 


J 


u 


Holl is 


Odis B. Hinnant 


1921 


Atkinson 


C. E. McCullen 


J. 


w. 


Hoi I is 


J. H. Powers 


1922 


Centervi I le 


C. E. McCullen 


R 


J. 


Hall 


R. J. Halt 


1923 


Long Creek 


C. E- McCullen 


R 


J. 


Hall 


E. L. Weston 


1924 


Shi loh 


C. E. McCullen 


R 


J. 


Hall 


J. F. Warren 


1925 


Wells Chapel 


L. W. Moore 


R 


J 


Hall 


C. R. Taylor 


1926 


Temple 


George E. Leftwich 


R. 


J. 


Halt 


J. M. Kester 


1927 


Canetuck 


George E. Leftwich 


J. 


E. 


Al lard 


T. H. Williams 


1928 


Sea Gate 


George E. Leftwich 


J. 


E. 


Allard 


J. T. Byrum 


1929 


Centervi He 


George E. Leftwich 


J. 


E. 


A Hard 


V. L. Andrews 


1930 


Teachey 


W. R . Harrell 


J. 


E. 


Al lard 


T. W. Siler 


1931 


Lei and 


W. H. Harrell 


J. 


E. 


Allard 


A. J. Barton 


1932 


Mount Holly 


W. R. Harrell 


J. 


E. 


Al lard 


J. A. Neilson 


1933 


Barlow's Chapel 


W. R. Harrell 


J. 


E. 


Al lard 


W. P. Page 


1934 


Wal lace 


Dr. J. A. Barton 


J. 


E. 


Allard 


J. L. Jones 


1935 


Burgaw 


Dr. J. A. Barton 


J. 


E. 


Al lard 


J. E. Lanier 


1936 


Wilm. (Calvary) 


Dr. J. A. Barton 


J. 


E. 


Allard 


R. H. Satterfield 


1937 


Winter Park 


Dr. J. A. Barton 


J. 


E. 


Al lard 


S. L. Blanton 


1938 


Atkinson 


Or. J. A. Barton 


J. 


E. 


Al lard 


H. S. Strickland 


1939 


Wi Hard 


Or. J. A. Barton 


J. 


E. 


Allard 


L. L. Johnson 


1940 


Gibson Avenue 


Dr. J. A. Barton 


J. 


E. 


Allard 


J. N. Evans, Jr. 


1941 


Southside 


E. L. Bradley 


J. 


E. 


Al lard 


C. U. Dulin 


1942 


Riley's Creek 


E. L. Bradley 


J. 


E. 


Allard 


J. Paul Merritts 


1942 


Wells Chapel 


E. L. Bradley 


J. 


E. 


Al lard 


W. C. Francis 


1943 


Tabernacle 


E. L. Bradley 


J. 


E. 


Allard 


R. U. Acres 


1943 


Mount Holly 


E. L. Bradley 


J. 


E . 


Allard 


J. Roy Clifford 


1944 


Jacksonvi lie 


E. L. Bradley 


J. 


E. 


Allard 


J. H. Butler 


1944 


Haw Bluff 


E. L. Bradley 


J. 


E . 


Allard 


Davis Shelton 


1945 


Carol i na Beach 


George E. Leftwich 


J. 


E. 


Allard 


J. V. Case 


1945 


Teachey 


George E. Leftwich 


J . 


E . 


Al lard 


G. Carl Lewis 


1946 


Shi loh 


G. Carl Lewis 


J. 


E. 


Allard 


C. E. Baker 


1946 


Winter Park 


G. Carl Lewis 


J. 


E. 


Allard 


J. O. Walton 


1947 


First 


G. Carl Lewis 


J. 


E. 


Allard 


J. Bryan Dosher 


1947 


Centervi I le 


G. Carl Lewis 


J. 


E. 


Allard 


T. K . Woody, Jr. 


1948 


Providence 


G. Carl Lewis 


J. 


E. 


Allard 


W. A. Poole 


1948 


Sea Gate 


G. Carl Lewis 


J. 


E. 


Al lard 


W. J. Stephenson 


1949 


Salem 


William A. Poole 


J. 


E. 


Allard 


C. A. Maddry 


1949 


Atkinson 


Wi 1 1 iam A. Poole 


J. 


E. 


Allard 


Guy Moore 


1950 


Wilm. (Calvary) 


L. Grady Burgiss 


J. 


E. 


Allard 


John Lawrence 


1950 


Burgaw 


L. Grady Burgiss 


J. 


E. 


Allard 


E. U. Pate 


1951 


Southside 


U. J. Stephenson 


J. 


E. 


Allard 


E. Eugene Poston 


1951 


Ri ley's Creek 


W. J. Stephenson 


J. 


E . 


Allard 


Fred Kelly 


1952 


Jacksonvi t le 


W. J. Stephenson 


J. 


E. 


Al lard 


Gordon Week ley 


1952 


Mount Holly 


W. J. Stephenson 


J. 


E. 


Allard 


E. C. Watson, Jr. 


1953 


Wrightsboro 


W. J. Stephenson 


J. 


E. 


Al lard 


C. L. Turner 


1953 


Wilmington, First 


W. J. Stephenson 


J. 


E. 


Allard 


Harry J. Moore 


1954 


Bethany 


E. W. Pate 


J. 


E. 


Allard 


R. H. Lineberger 



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1954 


Temple 


E. W. Pate 


J. E. Allard 


L. H. Morphis 


1955 


Wallace 


E. W. Pate 


J. E. Allard 


R. L. Gregory 


1955 


Sunset Park 


E. W. Pate 


J. E. Allard 


A. B. Bumgarner 


1956 


01 i vet 


E. E. Poston 


J. E. Allard 


J. C. Powell 


1956 


Long Creek 


E. E. Poston 


J. E. Allard 


M. R. Kaire 


1957 


Souths ide 


E. E. Poston 


J. E. Allard 


A . T . Greene, Jr . 


1958 


Winter Park 


A. T. Greene, Jr. 


J. E. Allard 


C . W . J ones 


1959 


Jacksonvt tie, First 


A. T. Greene, Jr. 


J. E. Allard 


r . l . naxwe t i 


1960 


Wilmington, First 


R. L. Gregory 


J. E. Allard 


Elwood Orr 


1961 


Temple 


R. L. Gregory 


J. E. Allard 


A. L. McGee 


1962 


Souths ide 


J. L. Pollard 


F. S. Chesson 


W. D. Morris 


1963 


Burgaw & Hasonboro 


J. L. Pollard 


Norman Wheeler 


Morris Andrews 


1964 


Wrightsboro 


Claud O'Shields 


Norman Wheeler 


Howard Ford 


1965 


Wallace, First 


Claud O'Shields 


Norman Wheeler 


J. L. Pollard 


1966 


Centervi I le 


E. W. Moore 


Richard C. Newton 


E. W. Moore 


1967 


Ogden 


E. W. Moore 


Norman Wheeler 


L. B. Todd 


1968 


Winter Park 


A. L. McGee 


C. E. Stines 


Wayne Slaton 


1969 


Calvary 


A. L. McGee 


C. E. Stines 


W. L. Blanton 


1970 


Temple 


Howard Hoi ly 


C. E. Stines 


D. E. Parkerson 


1971 


Sunset Park 


Howard Hoi ly 


Edith Nix 


Jason Ross 


1972 


Winter Park 


Avery Lumsden 


Edith Nix 


John Stephenson 


1973 


Burgaw 


Melvin Hal I 


Edith Nix 


D. C. Jenkins 


1974 


Sea Gate 


Melvin Hall 


Edith Nix 


Douglas Farmer 


1975 


Ogden 


Melvin Hall 


Edith Nix 


Richard Feagin 


1976 


Pine Valley 


N. E. Gibson 


Edith Nix 


Baker James Gauthen 


1976 


College Acres 


M. E. Gibson 


Edith Nix 


Earle Rogers 


1977 


Wallace, First 


M. E. Gibson 


Edith Nix 


Coy C. Privette 


1977 


Carolina Bch., First 


M. E. Gibson 


Edith Nix 


Allen Laymon 


1978 


Atkinson 


G. R. Funderburke 


Ottis King 


Howard Knight 


1978 


Myrtle Grove 


G. R. Funderburke 


Ottis King 


Richard Phi 1 1 ips 


1979 


Wilmington, First 


G. R. Funderburke 


Ottis King 


Horace Jackson 


1980 


Battle Park 


James Parson 


Ottis King 


James H. Parson 


1980 


Freedom 


James Parson 


Ottis King 


Charles Al I en, Jr. 


1981 


Wallace, First 


Arnold Ray Potter 


Ottis King 


Dick Westbrook 


1981 


Calvary 


Arnold Ray Potter 


Ottis King 


Aubrey Jones 


1982 


Surf City 


Arnold Ray Potter 


Ottts King 


Aubrey Jones 


1982 


Hurray Memorial 


Arnold Ray Potter 


Ottis King 


L. G. Green 


1983 


Lake Forest 


Arnold Ray Potter 


Ottis King 


Eugene Puckett 


1983 


Shi I oh 


Arnold Ray Potter 


Ottis King 


Horace Hall 


1984 


Hasonboro 


Vincent Wall 


Ottis King 


Nancy Curtis 


1984 


Hampstead 


Vincent Wal I 


Ottis King 


Ralph Holt 


1985 


Winter Park 


Vincent Wall 


Ben Croom 


Roy Smi th 


1985 


Ri ley's Creek 


Vincent Wall 


Ben Croom 


Harvey Whaley, Jr. 


1986 


Wrightsville Beach 


G I en n K I i ng 


Ben Croom 


Wi 1 1 i am Morgan 


1986 


Centervi lie 


G I enn K I i ng 


Ben Croom 


Lamar Brooks 


1987 


Silver Lake 


G I enn K I i ng 


Marsha Oakley 


Ned Mathews 


1987 


Burgaw 


G I enn (Cling 


Marsha Oakley 


Danny Hawkins 


1988 


Temple 


David Stewart 


Dorothy Hal I 


J. Guy Key 


1988 


Barlow Vista 


David Stewart 


Dorothy Hal I 


Norman Hunt 


1989 


Wr i ghtsboro 




Dorothy Hal I 


Jim Whetstone 


1989 


Winter Park 


David Stewart 


Dorothy Hall 


Jack Staton 


1990 


Wallace, First 


Lamar Brooks 


Dorothy Hall 


Don Horn 


1990 


Ogden 


Lamar Brooks 


Dorothy Hall 


Bob Banks 


1991 


Scotts Hill 


Gary Trawick 


Dorothy Hall 


Jack Miller 


1991 


Pine Valley 


Gary Trawick 


Dorothy Hall 


Gene Puckett 


1992 


Sunset Park 


Gary Trawick 


Dorothy Hall 


Mike Queen 


1992 


Atkinson 


Gary Trawick 


Dorothy Hall 


Lt. Clebe McClary 


1993 


Calvary 


Danny Hawkins 


Dorothy Hall 


Allen McKeithan 


1993 


Ri ley's Creek 


Danny Hawkins 


Dorothy Hall 


Dewey Hobbs 



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EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE MINUTES 



The Wilmington Baptist Association Executive Committee met November 17, 
1992, at the Associatlonal Office. Danny Hawkins, Moderator, presided. Devotion 
and prayer was given by Danny Hawkins. 

Dr. Ralph Holt, Chairman of the Committee to search out the possibilities 
of a Baptist Retirement Home in the Wilmington area, gave a progress report. 
He said everyone is excited and has a very positive attitude. Their next meeting 
will be December 3. Committee members are Wallace West, Josie Montgomery, Mary 
Caddy, Adman Lanier, Nelson Squires, A. H. Harrell, JoAnn Harrelson, Laura 
Wilson, Ralph Holt, Ex-Officio: Ed Bullock and Danny Hawkins. 

Nancy Kling, Chairperson of the Nominating Committee, gave the following 
names to serve on this committee: Sonny Reeves, Rick Howell, Mary Katheryn Beall, 
Linda Fowler, Tommy Todd, Judy Tllden, Ruby Williams, Brenda Trott and Charles 
Harris. Motion was seconded and carried. 

Minutes were reviewed and approved. Financial Report was reviewed and 
approved . 

Ed gave information on the following subjects: 

- Good furniture needed for new conference room 
One Missionary Car given away 

Work on incorporation for WBA not complete 

New Custodian is Beverly Herring, a (JNCW student 

- Interpretation of Executive Committee 
Construction of BSU building should begin in February 
Deacon Retreat - Murray Memorial - November 20 

Hope Mission - Malcolm Lewis is preaching there on Sunday nights 

Counseling Center Auction was a huge success - between $5500 and S5700 

New roof for WBA - cost $1800 - put on by volunteers 

Recreation - Boy's Basketball Teams - Kevin Lee is the leader 

Families in Crisis - Prison Ministry - Debi Edge - Dream House 

Media Center needs equipment 

One Hundred Plus - For Associatlonal Mission 

Plans for Mission Projects - Bolivia, Poland, Brazil, Ukraine and New York 
STAFF REPORTS I 

Cariene Evans - BSU/Reiort 

She is very happy to be back after surgery. Rocky Myrick very capably 
carried on in my absence. Four students and I had the "M" Night Program in 
Clinton last night. Everything is going along well. 

Mary Margaret Brooks - Church and Co—unity Ministries 

Senior Adult Rally was at Shiloh and was a big success with over 200 in 
attendance. A delicious meal was served and wonderful entertainment by Pastor 
Ed Elliott and his wife Caren. 

There are needs for a church building for the Hispanics and Koreans. 



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Hope Baptist Mission will be slow in growing but many mission activities 
are available there. We have hosted the Pastor's Conference and a group from 
the First Baptist Church of Wilmington. Anyone interested in Inner City 
missions, please call. 

This week we have an ESL Workshop at the Wilmington Baptist Associational 
Office Building. 

Coordinating Thanksgiving baskets and request for food will be heavy this 
next week. 

The Blood Drive for January 1993 will be at Winter Park on January 25th, 
due to renovations going on at Pine Valley Baptist Church at that time. 



Other Reports : 

Tony Creech reports that the ACTS Network is working very well and there 
is still time available for local services. Just contact Dana McAtee is there 
is something you would like to try to get on the ACTS channel. 

Approval was given to have the April Executive meeting moved to April 13th 
so the WBA staff can attend a state-wide Baptist meeting. 

Open House at the WBA will be December 17 and 18 from 2:00-4:00 pm. 

Paul Nix created interest in a game for March 2. Come and play the game 
at a Mission Development Meeting. 

Adjourned with prayer by Bobby Harrelson. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Dot Hall, Clerk, 

Those Attending: 

Joan Brewer, Jim Mott, Dot Hall, Judy Norris, Nancy Kling, Danny Hawkins, 
Bobby Harrelson, Jean Henry, Mary Margaret Brooks, Tony Creech, Eugene Floyd, 
Carlene Evans, Ed Bullock and Paul Nix. 



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EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE MINUTES 



The Wilmington Baptist Association Executive Committee met December 15, 1992, at the Associationai 
Office. In the absence of the moderator and vice moderator, Dot Hall, Clerk, presided. 

BUSINESS: 

Motion by David Stewart, seconded by Jim Mott, that the site and format for the January General Board 
meeting be changed from Rocky Point to Winter Park Baptist Church and the General Board convene at 7:00 
p.m. Then the Ukraine Partnership Rally begin at 7:30 p.m. Motion carried. 

Review of the approach for construction of the new Student Center Building. Motion by David Stewart 
that we proceed with the plans. Seconded by Paul Spithaler and motion carried. 

Motion by Louise Fisher that the missionary car be given to Guy Key and the car license and insurance 
to be his responsibility. Seconded by Ray Fisher and motion carried. 

Matters of information shared by Mr. Bullock: 

Inner City Missions is reachable. Boys basketball teams need oaches. 

Prison Ministry Fellowship in Burgaw. Oebi Edge has a dream house. 

1993 Mission Partnerships include Brazil, Bolivia, Poland, Ukraine, and New York. 

Auction for Counseling Center was very successful. 

Deacon's Retreat was well attended and inspirational. 

Minister's Christmas Dinner was very good. 

Pray for Retirement Home Committee as they diligently work. 

January ■ CWT at Calvary Baptist Church. 

Burgaw area crusade with Wayne Bristow. 

Men's Prayer Breakfast January 23 at Winter Park 

Staff meetings consist of staff reviews. 

STAFF REPORTS: 

Carlene Evans ■ BSU/Resort 

The Chancellor's Christmas Party tonight was very elegant with the sculptors and all. This was a first 
and it was by invitation only. The Winter Retreat will be in February with Pembroke State University at Fort 
Caswell. The BSU will be doing the First Baptist New Year's Eve celebration. There is always a need for 
meals. Please call if interested. 

Resort Mission Groups are calling for this summer. Some of these are returning groups. 

Mary Margaret Brooks • Church and Community Ministries 

The Senior Adult Rally for February will be at Murray Memorial on February 18. The Senior Adult Rally 
will be at Burgaw Baptist Church in May and at Wrightsboro Baptist Church in August. 

The Blood Drive will be in January at Winter Park Baptist Church and Surf City Baptist Church. 

There is a monthly bible study for internationals led by Sally Lennon. Also, there are good reports from 
the Hispanics at Riley's Creek and Calvary. The Japanese work is progressing very nicely. 



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David Brisson • Inner City 



Work in the Inner City is busy and rewarding. The basketball team of 25 has two guys who attend 
Hope Baptist Mission. Malcolm Lewis is preaching at Hope on Sunday nights to a group of 25. David is 
working with Julia Davis at Sunset Park Elementary in outreach. Twenty-five families were given food baskets 
and clothing for the holidays. 

OTHER REPORTS: 

Dana McAtee ■ ACTS TV NETWORK 

An explanation and education of our churches is needed with the changed format of the ACTS Network. 
The developer is a good place to start this. 

The staff was dismissed as Mr. Bullock shared a recommendation from Danny Hawkins on Christmas 
bonuses. Motion by David Stewart and seconded by Ray Fisher that we adopt the recommendation. Motion 
carried. 

The meeting was adjourned with prayer. Refreshments followed, compliments of Jean Henry. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Dot Hall, Clerk 

Those attending: 

David Brisson, David Stewart, W. W. Lennon, Louise Fisher, Ray Fisher, Judy Norris, Ed Bullock, Dot Hall, Linda 
Carroll, Jean Henry, Dana McAtee, Mary Margaret Brooks, Paul Spithaler, and Jim Mott. 



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WBA EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE MINUTES 



The Wilmington Baptist Association Executive Committee met February 16, 1993, at the Associational 
Office. Moderator, Danny Hawkins presided. The December minutes were reviewed and approved. The Financial 
Report was reviewed with discussion. Question from Danny Hawkins; Does the Stewardship Committee have 
a plan to encourage our churches to give to the WBA? 

STAFF REPORTS : 

Carlene Evans ■ BSUIResortlLeisure 

Mary Margaret read Carlene's report in her absence due to illness. This month students will help the 
WBA churches with a Valentine Banquet, lock-in and a community survey. A Winter Retreat at Ft. Caswell on 
February 12-14 will be led by Steve Freeman of Castle Hayne Baptist Church. High School Visitation Day will 
be February 20 at UNC-W. Volunteer help will be appreciated for our new Student Building which we plan to 
break ground for in March. 

Summer Mission Groups are getting ready for our Resort Ministries. 

Mary Margaret Brooks - Church and Community Ministries 

On March 2nd at Sea Gate Baptist Church under the direction of Bobby Stafford and Joyce Camp, the 
opportunity for our churches to play a game to train church members in Missions Development. 

Our Blood Drive was held at Winter Park and Surf City Baptist Churches. 

The Senior Adult Rally will be held at Murray Memorial Baptist Church on February 1 8 which is always 
a great time for food, fun and fellowship. 

There were 14 families in crisis helped during the month of January. 

Inner City is a slow work but already we have a clothing and food ministry and preaching with Malcom 
Lewis. We had First Baptist come for a tour and they are also interested in a mission project. The 
Pastor's Conference met at Hope Baptist Mission. We have basketball teams that are presented with 
Bible verses and tracts. In the Language Missions field, we have a workshop in our ESL Ministry this 
week. 

SPECIAL MATTERS : 

Cooperative Agreements were reviewed. A motion from David Steward and seconded by Dennis 
Bazemore to approve these request. Motion carried. 

Baptist Student Building will have 6,124 sq.ft. Plans are to use volunteer workers to build this building. 
Prison Ministry for the Burgaw area has a dream to have a house for families of prisoners and is under 
much prayer and discussion. 

Baptist Retirement Home Committee is working diligently. 

New York Partnership details will be discussed when Ed travels to New York February 20-26. 



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Plans for Burgaw area crusade is underway. 
A challenge mission list presented. 

The meeting was adjourned with prayer. 

Respectfully submitted. 
Dot Hall. Clerk 

Those present: Jean Henry, Ray Fisher, Louise Fisher, Joan Brewer, Judy Norris, Linda Carroll, David DeVane, 
W.W. Lennon, Ray Potter, David Brisson, Ed Bullock 

Duncan Futrelle, Mary Margaret Brooks, Danny Hawkins, Dot Hall, Bobby Harrelson, David Stewart, Melvin Hall 



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EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE MINUTES 



The Wilmington Baptist Association Executive Committee met March 16, 1993, at the Wilmington Baptist 
Associational Office. Danny Hawkins, Moderator, presided. A devotional was given by David Brisson. The 
February minutes were approved. The Financial Report was discussed. There is no financial stress at this 
moment. 

STAFF REPORTS : 

Mary Margaret Brooks • Church and Community Ministries 

The Inner City has a lot going on. Three basketball teams have been organized. Thursday is family 
night and Bible Study with Bill and Frances Anderson leading with the children. Baptist Student Union students 
are working with the Clothes Closet and Thursday night activities. 

Murray Memorial Baptist Church hosted the February Senior Adult Rally with 250 attending. 

Twelve families were helped in Family Crisis area this month. 

Winter Park families hosted 17 Japanese students studying English for 8 weeks. Sally Lennon 
coordinated a Sunday get-together for students and families. This event was very exciting and inspirational. 

Korean Fellowship is looking for building property. 

Missions Development had a fun time at Sea Gate Baptist Church learning through The Game: How to 
Use Missions Development Councils in the Church. There were 14 churches represented and 40 people present. 

Carlene Evans • BSUfRESORT/LEISURE MINISTRIES 

Summer Missions program needs another meeting place as the Kure Beach property has been sold. 

Last month six trip and 15,000 miles were registered for BSU. The Spring Conference at Asheboro, 
the last of March, will be the only trip this month. A lot of speaking engagements and seminars are scheduled 
for March and April, including pre-project orientation and Campers on Missions. 

There are presently 157 BSU students enrolled and they are actively engaged in community affairs. 
They are ready to help hammer, saw, and whatever to get the BSU building read to occupy. 

Ed Bullock ■ Director of Missions 

Matters of information shared by Mr. Bullock: 

- VBS Training in Wallace 

■ Mary Margaret Brooks spoke at Long Leaf 

■ New York Partnership trip ■ marvelous experience with Wayne and Martha Oyer 

■ Student Center is coming along 



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- John Truitt is working with different churches 

- Crusade plans are going great 

• Counseling Center is in full swing 

BUSINESS : 

A recommendation from Mr. Bullock that we accept the gift of three acres of land near the Burgaw 
prison to be used as the Matthew 25 Center, home for families of prisoners. It was discussed and accepted. 

Masonboro Baptist has been given a very generous monetary gift which they wish to give one-tenth (a 
tithe) to the Wilmington Baptist Association for a Hispanic Church building on WBA property at 1404 Greenfield 
St., Wilmington, near Hope Mission. Motion by David Stewart to accept the monetary gift from Masonboro 
Baptist to build a Hispanic Church, upkeep for which the Hispanic Church will be responsible. There was a 
second and the motion carried. 

Motion from Danny Hawkins that a title addition for Director of Missions be Executive Director. 
Seconded by Ray Fisher and the motion carried. 

The meeting was adjourned with prayer. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Dot Hall, Clerk 

Those attending: 

Judy Norris, Carlene Evans, Linda Carroll, Ed Bullock, Dot Hall, Danny Hawkins, Mary Margaret Brooks, Woodrow 
Lennon, Gus Lara, Peggy Lara, Grady Barnes, Oebi Edge, Bobby Harrelson, Ray Fisher, Joan Brewer, David 
Stewart, Jim Robinson, and Oebi Edge 



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EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE MINUTES 



The Wilmington Baptist Association Executive Committee met April 13, 1993, at the Associational Office. 
Vice-Moderator Bobby Harrelson presided. The devotional message was given by Vincent Wall. The March 
minutes were approved. The Financial Report was discussed and approved. 

STAFF REPORTS : 

Carlene Evans BSUfRESOBTfLEISUBE MINISTRIES 

Even though the Kure Beach property has been sold, it is still available for Resort Ministry's use this 
summer. NC Campers on Mission will be at Surf City April 23-25. At the same time, BSU is conducting the 
Spring Fling Retreat at Fort Caswell. Two pre-project orientations for summer missions has been held. BSU has 
only two meeting times left, with interesting programs. The Spring Conference at Caraway was well attended. 
Also well attended was the combined Campus Ministries Easter service held at St. Matthew's Lutheran Church. 

Mary Margaret Brooks CHURCH AMD COMMUNITY MINISTRIES 

A tour of our Hispanic Mission points for a mission group from Tennessee, with Gus and Peggy Lara, 
revealed many opportunities for service. The big news is money. A monetary gift of $40,000.00 was given 
by Masonboro Baptist Church for a Hispanic Church to be built at 14th and Martin Streets. This property is 
adjacent to Hope Baptist Mission. David Brisson is on vacation this week, so for the Inner City Report : The 
Little Red Caboose was entered in the Azalea Festival Parade and was ridden by members of the Inner City 
church. College Acres, Winter Park and Lake Forest hosted an Easter Egg Hunt for about 150 Inner City 
children. BSU has cleaned and reorganized the Clothes Closet there. BSU took a group of Sunset Park 
Elementary children on a tour of Inner City facilities. The basketball teams did well with five trophies. First 
Baptist Church, Wilmington, WMU group cleaned and reorganized the Clothes Closet at Lake Forest. Senior Adult 
Rally will be May 13th at Burgaw. Debi Edge, Sophia Phelps and I will be attending a Grant Writing Seminar 
at Caraway next week. There were eighteen people helped in family crisis this month. 

Ed Bullock OIBECTOR OF MISSIONS 

Business Matters: 

- Student Center building plans update give by Mr. Bullock 

- Motion by Paul Nix that we give Mr. Bullock permission to pursue with architectural plans up to 
$3,000.00 for the BSU building. Seconded by David Stewart. Motion approved. 

- Hispanic building work schedule and plans shared by Mr. Bullock. Motion by Vincent Wall that the 
Executive Committee approve the work schedule as presented. Motion was seconded by David 
Stewart and motion was carried. 

- Computerization of the WBA facilities needs to be enlarged to include the financial area and the 
Counseling Center. A $1,000.00 gift designated for Counseling Center has been received. Motion 
by David Stewart that the Executive Committee approve $2,000.00 along with the $1,000.00 gift 
to network the computer system for WBA. Seconded by Paul Nix. Motion approved. 



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Information share on the following subjects: 

- Associational Emphasis Week is May 16-23 and includes a special day of prayer and an extra check 
especially needed for Resort Missions. 

- Nominating Committee at work. 

■ Christian Life and Public Affairs - A Christian looks at Gambling, May 29. 

■ Metro Thrust information shared, but will vote on it at a later date. 

- General Board meeting, July 20, to be moved up to July 13 as Mr. Bullock will be away with Bolivia 
basketball team. Approved. 

The meeting was adjourned with prayer. 

Respectfully submitted. 
Dot Hall, Clerk 

Those attending: 

W. W. Lennon, Linda Carroll, Mary Margaret Brooks, Carlene Evans, Vincent Wall, David Stewart, Paul Nix, Jean 
Henry, Ed Bullock, Dot Hall, and Bobby Harrelson 



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EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE MINUTES 



The Wilmington Baptist Association Executive Committee met May 18, 1993, at the Associational Office. 
Moderator, Danny Hawkins, presided. The devotion was led by Danny Hawkins with special emphasis on our Day of 
Prayer for Associational Missions and local prayer needs. The April minutes were approved. The financial report was 
discussed and approved. 

STAFF REPORTS : 

Ed Bullock - Director of Missions 

Ed Bullock announced that Carlene Evans was absent due to illness. Mary Margaret Brooks was with the 
Medical/Dental Van at Riley's Creek Baptist Church. David Brisson was with the Inner City Softball Team. 

Ed gave information on the following subjects: 

Student Center ■ Architect to be Ken Phelps with working plans to be ready in July. 
- Matthew 25 Hospitality House - Bonanza Day will be May 22 at Burgaw with food, yard sale items, auction etc. 
Hispanic Church - Property secured - building plans being processed. 
Korean Church is looking at property on Gordon Road. 

Partnerships - John Truitt is working with the New York partnership - George Stephens is working with the 
Ukraine - The Bolivia basketball teams is getting ready to go - The Brazil trip will be in September and churches 
are being asked to provide funds. 

Here's Hope '93 - Burgaw/Wallace Rally going great. 

Crusade '94 for Wilmington - The possibility of a Billy Graham Crusade. 

Summer Missionaries ■ Funds needed. 

Computerization - Ted Evans should be here in June. 

BUSINESS MATTERS: 

■ Motion by W. W. Lennon that WBA accept the invitation of Olivet Baptist Church for the July 13th General Board 
meeting. The motion was seconded and approved. 
A recommendation of the Baptist Retirement Feasibility Study Committee was presented to the Executive 

Committee. This study will be presented to the July General Board for action. 
Motion by Eugene Floyd that the WBA participate in the Metro Thrust Study again. The motion was seconded 
by Joan Brewer and motion was approved. 

The meeting adjourned with prayer. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Dot Hall, Clerk 

Those Attending: 

Danny Hawkins, Dot Hall, Ed Bullock, Judy Norris, Joan Brewer, W. W. Lennon, Eugene Floyd, Paul Spithaler, Ray Fisher, 
and Louise Fisher. 



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EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE MINUTES 



The Executive Committee of the Wilmington Baptist Association met at the Associational Office on June 
22, 1993. Danny Hawkins, Moderator, presided. The devotional was led by Geary Walton, using Colossians 3. 
The May minutes were approved. The Financial Report was discussed and approved. 

STAFF REPORTS : 

Carlene Evans BSUfRESORTfLEISURE MINISTRIES 

Summer Missions areas had 26 mission groups to come with 1 1 professions of faith. BSU participated 
in 3 Freshmen Orientations and had 59 students interested in BSU. 

Mary Margaret Brooks CHURCH AND COMMUNITY MINISTRIES 

The Medical/Dental Van clinic had 150 persons involved with 58 medical visits. Every month a dental 
clinic at Dr. Ben Smith's office saw 15 Hispanics. The clinics put us "on the map" due to excellent volunteers. 
Brotherhood Department, BSC, asked for a report and pictures. We will help Robeson Association with their 
clinic. There were 246 Senior Adults at the May Rally. The next rally will be at Wrightsboro Baptist Church 
on August 5th with the theme "Christmas in August." The Koreans are still meeting regularly. They are trying 
to enlist their pastor in the Annuity Plan. Hispanics are gathering information for building plans. The Star-News 
article about the Hispanics was a little slanted, but there are needs for the children. Mission groups for 
Hispanics from Alabama did a musical at night and Backyard Bible Clubs in the daytime. Twenty people were 
helped with family assistance. I attended a workshop to learn how to network with helping agencies. In 
Literacy, "Babes In Books" will go in hospitals. Mike Taylor is our summer worker in the Inner City, Pender 
County, Duplin County at the stockyard, setting up a booth with tracts, etc. In the Inner City, David Brisson 
received from Sunset Park Elementary School a Certificate of Appreciation from the Governor's Office. The 
opening of the reading room at Hope Baptist Mission was covered by the media. There was an article in the 
Star-News and also film on the local TV news. 

Ed Bullock - Director of Missions 

- July 4 - Associational Music Choirs (12-15 choirs), Kenan Auditorium, 3:00 PM 

- July 13 - General Board - A preview report from the Nominating Committee. Guy Key will be there. 
Conference will be 45 minutes. 

- The computerization process for the office continues. Recommendation is to buy two computers 
$1,300.00. One goes to Counseling Center; one goes to bookkeeping for the WBA, and two printers. 
Money comes from Counseling Center budget and a return on Brazil money. 

- The Student Center - Ken Phelps' report due in July. 

- Matthew 25 Center project going very well. 

- Here's Hope Crusade in Burgaw will be Oct. 24-28. At the pre-crusade rally, there were 20 
professions of faith and a total of 60 decisions. The Media Center needs more equipment. 

- The Assist Team - John Truitt went to Rocky Point. Good results. 

- We are making plans for a clean-up day at the WBA Office to clean walls, carpets, etc. 

- The Ukraine trip Commissioning Service will be August 1st. 

- The Brazil Project - team goes in September. We need money to build a building there ($6,500). 



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• New York requests ■ Read letter from association in New York. Please make this a matter of prayer. 

Woodrow Lennon reminded us that the Brazil Choir will be here on Tuesday, June 29. They are from 
Sao Paulo. 

Meeting was adjourned with prayer. 

Respectfully submitted, 

By Carlene Evans in the 
absence of Dot Hall, Clerk 

Those attending: 

Ed Bullock, Mary Margaret Brooks, Carlene Evans, Linda Carroll, Paul Spithaler, Danny Hawkins, Eugene Floyd, 
Paul Nix, Geary Walton, John Truitt, Jean Henry, Onree Fisher, Louise Fisher, Woodrow Lennon, Judy Norris, and 
David Brisson. 

APPENDIX: A separate meeting was held about a staff request matter. These minutes and the approval are 
on official record in the Clerk's Book. 



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EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE MINUTES 



The Executive Committee of the Wilmington Baptist Association met at the Associational Office on 
August 17, 1993. Bobby Harrelson, vice moderator, presided. The devotion was led by Horace Jackson. The 
June minutes were approved with explanation of an appendix. The financial report was discussed and approved. 

STAFF REPORTS: 

Carlena Evans - BSUJResortJLeisure 

There are 1400 freshmen at UNCW with several homesick ones. On Wednesday, August 18th, there 
will be a cruise on the intracoastal waterway followed by a cookout. Next Monday will be the first official BSU 
Meeting. 

Resort Minister's had a smooth summer with 25 of the 26 mission groups being very good. 
Mary Margaret Brooks ■ Church & Community Ministries 

Mary Margaret is on vacation this week. She has had a busy summer with Inner City, Language 
Missions and Family Assistance. 

Rev. Horace Jackson ■ SBC Evangelism Representative 

Here's Hope '95 as presented by Rev. Jackson encouraging WBA to participate in 60 people witnessing 
to 60 people in the first 60 days of '95. A motion by Onree Fisher and seconded by Grady Barnes that WBA 
participate in Here's Hope '95. Vote carried. 

Ed Bullock • Director of Missions 

Ed gave information on Inner City happenings. A motion by Paul Nix and seconded by David Stewart 
that Larry Newkirk become pastor of Hope Baptist Mission with salary being provided by Baptist State 
Convention. Vote carried. 

Motion by Onree Fisher and seconded by Robert Shipp that church growth assistance in the form of 
pastoral aid be extended to Gibson Avenue Baptist Church. Vote carried. 

Information given on ESL as a Literacy Priority. Motion by Paul Nix and seconded by David Stewart 
that the WBA monies from Cape Fear Literacy Council be reverted to the ESL Program. Vote carried. 

Ed gave information on the following subjects: 

- Language Churches ■ Approval needed for directions - Korean and Hispanics will soon have building 
plans - Chinese searching. 

- Partnerships - New York needs presented. Ukraine ■ 1 1 will be returning Saturday night. The Brazil 
Team will not be going in September. 



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■ Annual Meeting plans are being finalized. 

■ Strategy - Metro Thrust 

■ Special Projects 

■ Student Center 

• Matthew 25 Center 

Jim Mott ■ Personnel Committee 

The Personnel Committee has 3 objectives: 

(1) Appraisals and feedback 

(2) Personnel Policy 

(3) Personnel Committee and Staff 

Staff reviews and appraisals will be conducted at the end of August. A request from Paul Nix that the 
Personnel Policy be incorporated into the Constitution & By-Laws Handbook. 

W. W. Lennon gave a plea for the Seaman's Center that sends the word throughout the world. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Dot Hall, Clerk 

Those Present: 

Bobby Harrelson, Ed Bullock, Linda Carroll, Jim Mott, David Stewart, Robert Shipp, Horace Jackson, Grady 
Barnes, Paul Nix, Carlene Evans, Jean Henry, Dot Hall, Duncan Futrell, W. W. Lennon, Onree Fisher, Louise Fisher, 
Paul Spithaler, and Joan Brewer. 



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EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE MINUTES 



The Executive Committee of the Wilmington Baptist Association met at the WBA Office Center on 
September 21, 1993. Danny Hawkins, Moderator, presided. The devotion was led by Bobby Harrelson. The 
August minutes were approved. The financial report was discussed and approved. 

STAFF REPORTS: 

Mary Margaret Brooks - CCM Director 
UPCOMING EVENTS: 

- International Dinner - October 2 at First Baptist Church Activities Center 

- ESL classes began September 8 at Winter Park Baptist Church 

- Senior Adult Rally - November 4 at Calvary Baptist Church 

■ Crisis Assistance given to 13 families during August 

- The Korean Church is in the process of buying church property on South College Road, beyond Cape 

Fear Academy 

- Hope Baptist Mission has Rev. Larry Newkirk as new pastor. He has three services each week with 

special activities for the children and Dreams of having a 100 voice choir. Rev. Newkirk is a 
talented singer, once with a gospel group. We are hoping for an electric organ to be donated. 

■ David Brisson reports that Wrightsville Beach Baptist Church has cleaned, decorated and furnished 

a room for children to play. Laurel French and prepared a room for art and has a weekly art 
program. Everyone is invited to see how the facilities have been improved. 

Carlene Evans - Director of BSU/Resort Ministries 

Carlene was away tonight with one of her BSU student in Greenville, North Carolina at a doctor's 
appointment. 

Written Report: 

BSU • We have had a great start for the school year. We've had as many as 74 students on Monday 
nights and as many as 51 on Wednesdays. We will be taking 43 students to Ridgecrest this weekend for the 
Fall Convention. Ensemble rehearsals begin Monday. They will be available to sing in churches after October 
17. 

Resort Missions - WBA clown team went to Inner City last Friday. We will be performing at the New 
Hanover County Fair on October 17. 

Ed Bullock - Director of Missions 

Ed gave information on the following subjects: 

■ Burgaw area-wide crusade 

■ Metro Thrust objectives being worked on 

- Here's Hope '95 revivals 



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Ed salutes staff 



In June the Executive Committee authorized Mr. Bullock to work with the Korean church in purchasing 
church property from the Free Will Baptist on Hwy. 132 below Cape Fear Academy. Motion from Ed Bullock 
that WBA Executive Committee approve an arrangement with Korean church and Free Will Baptist Church to 
purchase property about 2 acres of land with building there on at a price of $100,000 with $30,000 down 
payment with an interest rate of 8%, financed by the Free Will Baptist. Should this church cease to be affiliated 
with SBC, BSC and WBA, this property would revert back to the WBA. Motion was seconded by David Stewart. 
Discussions and information shared by Duncan Futrell, pastor of sponsoring Ogden Church was enlightening. 
Motion carried. 

- Mr. Bullock shared the facts on the Hispanic church. 

■ Annual Meeting to be October 18 & 19 

■ Computerization has been completed and all storm damage taken care of 
• Incorporation almost complete 

The meeting closed with special prayer time. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Dot Hall, Clerk 

Those attending: 

Ed Bullock, Linda Carroll, Judy Norris, Mary Margaret Brooks, Danny Hawkins, Bobby Harrelson, Dot Hall, David 
Stewart, Jim Mott, Eugene Floyd, Louise Fisher, Paul Spithaler, Joan Brewer, and Duncan Futrelle 



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GENERAL BOARD MINUTES 



The General Board of the Wilmington Baptist Association met January 19, 1993 at Winter Park Baptist 
Church. Danny Hawkins, Moderator, presided. Peggy Croom led the congregational singing. A summary of the 
WBA minutes. was presented for information. The financial statement reported a working balance of $4,493.00 
as of January 19th. 

STAFF REPORTS : 

Carlene Evans BSUJRESORT/LEISURE MINISTRIES 

BSU continues to grow. We enrolled 1 1 new students in this first week and a half of the semester. 
Next month we have 3 outreach ministries and a Winter Retreat at Fort Caswell. This month we have a prayer 
night and an activity for just the freshmen. We need to be thrifty with our BSU budget so that we can do a 
lot more things. One of our greatest helps is when a church signs up to prepare a (simple meal) for the BSU 
once during the semester or the year. We only have 2 this semester so if your church can help, please give me 
a call. (Mr. Bullock will mention in his report about our BSU Center we've been talking about for 2 years). 

In resort we already have 12 mission groups scheduled for the summer. I'll be interviewing college 
students next month for summer employment and will be training the mission groups in March and April. 

Mary Margaret Brooks CHURCH AND COMMUNITY MINISTRIES 

- The Game ■ will be March 2, 6:50-9:30 PM 

- The Inner City Ministry is continuing to be a vital ministry. David Brisson, our Inner City Missionary, 
has started 3 RA basketball teams. Jay Holding and Raymond Stanley have around 30 young people they are 
reaching out to. Malcolm Lewis, Pastor at Saint Paul, is holding worship services every Sunday evening at Hope 
Baptist Mission. We have a small but faithful nucleus who are trying to reach out to others. We are exciting 
about our Inner City Ministry. We would like to encourage groups to visit us and see what is happening first 
hand. We would also be delighted to have youth groups leading Backyard Bible Clubs this summer. 

A report from the Baptist Retirement Home Committee was given for information and the feasibility of 
the need for a retirement home here in our area. 

Adjourned early to attend the Ukraine Partnership Rally to hear Dr. Jacov Durkhonchenko and Dr. Roy 

Smith. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Dot Hall, Clerk 



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GENERAL BOARD MINUTES 



The General Board of the Wilmington Baptist Association met July 13, 1993, 7:15 PM at Olivet Baptist 
Church with Danny Hawkins, Moderator, presiding. The Moderator shared a summary report on the activities 
and decisions of the Executive Committee since the January General Board Meeting. WBA Executive Director, 
Ed Bullock, gave a budget report. 

Dr. Ralph Holt made the following recommendations in behalf of the Baptist Retirement Home Task 

Force: 

(1) Our conclusion is that the establishment of a Baptist Retirement Home in the Wilmington area is feasible. 

(2) That we establish a Southeastern North Carolina Baptist Retirement Home Development Board for the 
continuing consideration of the building and initial operation of a Baptist Retirement Home in 
Southeastern North Carolina. That this board to be named by the Wilmington Baptist Association 
Moderator and the Wilmington Baptist Association Nominating Committee, that this Board be directed 
to develop articles of incorporation for a 501(C)(3) Non-Profit Corporation and that these articles be 
approved by the WBA before filing with the Secretary of State. 

(3) That an architect be secured to develop a long-range master plan for the Southeastern Baptist 
Retirement Home Inc. That the plans begin with Phase One • Retirement Living and Phase Two • 
Assisted Living. 

(4) That it be agreed that all fees and expense payments come from the resources secured by the 
Development Board. That we furthermore seek to enlist the Baptist Retirement Homes of NC Inc. on 
a consulting basis and with the understanding that all fees and expenses are to be cared for by the 
resources secured by the Development Board. That the development and the operations of the 
Southeastern North Carolina Baptist Retirement Home will be shared ministry with the Baptist Retirement 
Home of NC Inc. 

(5) That the Development Board establish a special escrow account for receiving and disbursing of funds 
for the project and that an audit of these escrow funds is to be conducted on an annual basis. 

(6) That the Southeastern Baptist Retirement Home Development Board pursue the properties identified and 
others for the best location site. 

The report and the recommendations were adopted and the Moderator was requested to name a Board 
for the purpose of carrying out the recommendations. 

Rev. Sonny Reeves gave a report on the recommendations of the Associational Nominating Committee. 
These recommendations were approved with the understanding that the final adoption would come in the October 
Annual Meeting. 

SBC Missionary Guy Key, who serves as our Host Missionary for our Brazil Partnership, provided the 
special music and the challenge message. 

The meeting was concluded as Associational Leaders led orientation conferences for Key Church Leaders. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Dot Hall, Clerk 



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PROCEEDINGS 
NINETY THIRD SESSION 

October 18, 1993 
Calvary Baptist Church 

Theme: "Helping Hunting Humanity" 
SESSION ONE: 

1. Registration - 1:45 PM 

2. Prelude 

3. Session convened - Danny Hawkins, Moderator 

4. Hymn Medley 

5. Scripture & Invocation - Rev. Norman Wheeler 

6. Adoption of Program - Rev. Billy Fowler 

7. Words of Welcome - Rev. Richard Everett 

8. Recognition of Guest - Tom Wombie brings greeting from BSC 

9. Associational Church Programs - A panel discussion ■ Motion to approve adoption of Book of Reports 

10. Hymn Medley 

1 1 . Greetings from our Furlough House Missionaries, Betty Jo and Bob Hensley, Panama 

12. Associational Missions Development Reports - Motion from Mary Margaret Brooks for adoption of reports 

13. Hymn of Praise 

14. Miscellaneous Business 

- Recognition of new pastors and church staff 

- Presentation of Nominating Committee by Nancy Kling 

- Presentation of 1993-94 Budget by Kemmy Goodson 

15. Report - Director of Missions, Ed Bullock 

16. Hymn Medley 

17. Baptist Student Union Report - Carlene Evans 

18. Concert in Song - UNC-W BSU Ensemble 

19. Benediction - Thanksgiving for meal - Rocky Myrick 

SESSION TWO: Presiding Danny Hawkins, Bobby Harrelson 
Music directed by C. L. King 

20. Prelude - Calvary Choir and Orchestra 

21. Call to Order 

22. Theme Interpretation - Gibson Avenue Baptist Church 

23. Scripture & Invocation ■ Rev. Bob Millis 

24. Words of Welcome & Recognition of Guest 

25. Missions Development ■ Panel led by Mary Margaret Brooks 

26. Hispanic choir and Pastor Gus & Peggy Lara 

27. An Open Door To China - Introduction of Charles Westbrook, from CSI and SBC Foreign Mission Board 
by Robert Shipp, Former City Councilman, 

28. Miscellaneous Business: 

- Adoption of the Korean Church 

■ Adoption of the Hispana, Primera Church 

- Appointment of Time, Place, and Preacher Committee - Tommy Kelly, Mike Moore, David Stewart, 
Robert Croom and Catherine Sneeden 



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29. 
30. 
31. 
32. 



Hymn of Praise 

Special Music ■ Calvary Baptist Church Choir 
Annual Sermon by Dr. Allen McKeithan 
Benediction - Rev. Larry Newkirk 



Tuesday, October 20, 1993 
Riley's Creek Baptist Church 



Thema: "Helping Hurting Humanity" 

SESSION THREE: Presiding Danny Hawkins and Bobby Harrelson 
Music directed by ■ Peggy Croom 

33. Prelude ■ Becky Blanchard 

34. Call to Order 

35. Theme Interpretation - Gibson Avenue Puppets 

36. Hymn Medley 

37. Scripture Invocation & Welcome ■ Rev. Jim Quails 

38. Helping Through Volunteerism ■ Panel led by Ed Bullock 

39. Miscellaneous Business 

- Report from Time, Place, and Preacher Committee 

Monday, October 17, 1994 at Pine Valley Baptist Church 
Tuesday. October 18. 1994 at Forest Hills Baptist Church 
Eddie Davis, Annual Sermon with Melvin Hall as alternate 

■ Memorials by David Stewart 

40. Special Music ■ Riley's Creek Baptist Church Choir 

41. Report - Counseling Center Progress by Dr. Mac Wallace 

42. Message - Helping Through The Ministry • Dr. Dewey Hobbs 

43. Benediction ■ Rev. Tim Flint 



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REGISTERED MESSENGERS 
ATKINSON : Rev. Tommy Kelly, Mr. Eugene Floyd, Sr., Mrs. Sophia Floyd 

BARLOW-VISTA : Rev. James Potter, Mrs. Mamie Batson, Miss Vera Howard, Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Howard, 
Mrs. Ruth Hewitt 

BEAR BRANCH : Ms. Mary Carroll, Ms. Tressie Moore 

BUBGAW : Dr. Francis Chesson, Mrs. Nina Chesson, Mrs. Jennings Trawick, Miss Jennifer Mathews 

CALVARY : Rev. Richard Everett, Mrs. Linda Everett, Mrs. Katherine Godwin, Rev. Vance Midgett, Mrs. Beulah 
Giddens, Mr. & Mrs. Frank Cavenaugh, Mr. Charles Fox, Sr., Mrs. Ercelle Fox, Mr. David DeVane, Mr. 
Grady Barnes 

CAROLINA BEACH. FIBST : Rev. Steve Bolton, Rev. Clyd Case, Jr., Mrs. Winkie Case 

CENTERVILLE : Rev. Norman Wheeler, Mr. Terry Mitchell, Ms. Catherine Sneeden, Miss Jean Henry 

COLLEGE ACRES : Mr. Sam Wells, Mrs. Joan Brewer, Rev. Jeff Nichols, Mr. Michael Ashecraft, Mrs. Julie 
Ashecraft, Mr. Mike Ayers 

FOREST HILLS : Mrs. Virginia Rivenbark 

GIBSON AVENUE : Mr. Robert Croom, Mr. Steve Bohon, Mr. Kenneth Sandlin 

GREENFIELD : Rev. Stacy Wells, Mrs. Susie Wells, Mrs. Debra Godwin, Mr. Frank Collins, Mrs. Joella Hatchel 
HAMPSTEAD : Mr. Carl Wilbanks, Mr. Wayne Batson, Ms. Frances Harker, Mr. John Ricks 
HAW BLUFF : Rev. Robert Compton, Mrs. Victor Colvin, Mrs. Clara Parker 
HISPANA PBIMEBA : Rev. Gus Lara, Mrs. Peggy Lara 
HOPE MISSION : Rev. Larry Newkirk 

IVANHOE : Mr. LeRoy Sykes, Ms. Betty Sykes, Ms. Bonnie Horrell 

LAKE FOREST : Dr. Ralph Holt, Jr., Mrs. Peggy Lara, Mrs. Grace Carter, Mrs. Lucille Herring, Mrs. Libby Jacobs, 
Mr. Harold Jacobs, Mrs. Clara Huffmon 

LONG LEAF : Rev. Eugene Ridley, Rev. Rick Gilley, Mr. Bill Anderson, Mrs. Frances Anderson 

MOORE'S CREEK : Mr. Neal Newton, Mrs. Sue Newton, Mrs. Hildred Porter, Mrs. Bernice Moore 



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MURRAY MEMORIAL : Dr. Allen McKeithan, Rev. Steve McLean, Rev. Bill Shourds, Mr. Clement Goodson, Mr. 
Bobby Fowler, Mr. Glenn Kling, Mrs. Nancy Kling, Rev. Danny Bright, Mr. Davis Carr, Mrs. Cathy Riggs 
Mr. Rocky Myrick, Mr. Ray Butler, Mrs. Judy Bright 

NEW HOPE : Ms. Becky Filers, Ms. Mary Lou Massey 

OGDEN: Mr. A. H. Harrell, Mr. Zanny Kistler, Mrs. Faye Kistler, Mr. Don Jackson, Mr. Billy Watkins, Rev. 
Duncan Futrelle 

OLIVET : Rev. Gwen Reeves, Mr. Ricky Miles, Mr. Lowell Sherman, Ms. Jean Jordan, Ms. Nancy File, 
Mr. Randall File 

PINE VALLEY : Rev. David McLaurin, Rev. Steve Jeremias, Mrs. Ruth Murray, Mr. George Stephens, Mrs. Jo 
Stephens, Rev. Thurman Allred, Mr. Robert Shipp, Mrs. Almeria Shipp 

RILEY'S CREEK : Rev. Jim Quails, Mrs. Janna Quails 

SCOTTS HILL : Mr. Jim Tyer. Mr. Jimmie Suggs, Jr., Mr. Bill Hobbs, Mr. Tom Baker, Mrs. Barbara King 

SEA GATE : Mr. Bill Lehrschall, Mrs. Ruth Lehrschall, Mrs. Katherine McKenzie, Mr. Abner Tartt, Mrs. Shirley 
Tartt 

SHILOH : Rev. Edward Elliott. Mrs. Caren Elliott 

SILVER LAKE : Ms. Sabra Duncan, Dr. Mike Mike, Mrs. Judy Moore, Ms. Glenda Bohannon, Mr. Don Sasser, 
Mr. Mickey Matthews, Mrs. Claudia Matthews, Mrs. Betty Sasser, Mr. Richard Hayes 

SOUTHSIOE : Mrs. Mary Lennon, Mr. Harold Hicks, Mr. Jim Watkins, Rev. David Wood 

SUNSET PARK : Mr. Bill Oaks, Mr. Paul Berry, Mr. Rusty Jeffries, Ms. Lib Teague, Mr. Truman Peterson, Ms. 
Martha Alford, Mr. Arthur Teague, Ms. Pauline Copeland, Ms. Betty Doanld, Mr. A. R. Potter 

SURF CITY : Rev. Donald Horn 

TEMPLE : Dr. James Whetstone, Rev. James T. Rogers, Miss Julie McVey, Mr. Tim Marshall, Mrs. Carolyn 
Edens 

TOPSAIL : Mrs. Janice Bradshaw, Mr. Carl Rochelle 

WALLACE. FIRST : Mr. Ford Rivenbark, Mr. Edsel Rivenbark, Mr. W. M. Rivenbark, Jr. 
WHISPERING PINES : Dr. Charles Harris, Mrs. Faye Harris 

WILMINGTON. FIRST : Dr. Mike Queen, Mr. Onree Fisher, Mrs. Louise Fisher, Miss Linda Carroll, Mrs. Mary 
Margaret Brooks, Dr. Lamar Brooks, Rev. Jim Everette 



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WINTER PARK : Mr. Joe Pettus, Mrs. Joraine Pettus, Ms. Helen Creech, Mr. Raymond Creech, Ms. Evelyn 
Stanland, Ms. Lucille Brown, Mrs. Libba Pruitt, Mr. Joe Allard, Mrs. Clarine Allard, Ms. Dorothy Register 

WRIGHTSBDRO : Or. Harvey Whaley, Rev. Michael Lewis, Mrs. Peggy Croom, Rev. Oondi Pace, Mrs. Loretta 
White, Mrs. Virginia Honeycutt 

WRIGHTSVILLE BEACH : Rev. Danny Hawkins, Rev. Phil Rivenbark 



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1 . 


Wilmington Baptist 


21 . 


Ivanhoe 


42. 


Shiloh 




Association 


22. 


Kure Beach, 


43. 


Silver Lake 


2. 


Atkinson 




First 


44 . 


Southside 


3 . 


Barlow-Vista 


23. 


Lake Forest 


45. 


Sunset Park 


4 . 


Bear Branch 


24 . 


Long Creek 


46. 


Surf City 


5. 


Bethlehem 


25. 


Long Leaf 


47. 


Temple 


6. 


Burgaw 


26. 


Masonboro 


48. 


Topsail 


7. 


Calvary 


27. 


Moores Creek 


49. 


Victory 


8. 


Canetuck 


28. 


Mount Holly 


50. 


Wallace, First 


9. 


Carolina Beach, 


29. 


Murray Memorial 


51 . 


Watha 




First 


30. 


Myrtle Grove 


52. 


Wh i sper i ng 


10. 


Castle Hayne 


31 . 


New Hope 




Pines 


1 1 . 


Centervi lie 


32. 


Oak Grove 


53. 


Willard 


1 2 


Charity 


33. 


Ogden 


54 . 


Wi lmi ngton , 


13. 


College Acres 


34. 


Olivet 




First 


14. 


Forest Hills 


35. 


Pender lea 


55. 


Winter Park 


15. 


Freedom 


36. 


Pine Valley 


56. 


Wr ightsboro 


16. 


Gibson Avenue 


37. 


Pine View 


57. 


Wr ightsvi 1 le 


1 7. 


Greenfield 


38. 


Riley's Creek 




Beach 


18. 


Hampstead 


39. 


Rocky Point 


58. 


St. Paul 


19. 


Haw Bluff 


40. 


Scotts Hill 






20. 


Hope 


4 1 . 


Sea Gate 







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59. Evangelistic 23. Hispanic Primera 

24. Long Creek Hispanic 

3 3 . Ogden "Korean 

20. Hope (Inner City Mission) 



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1996 MINUTES 



WILMINGTON BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 

610 SOUTH COLLEGE ROAD 
WILMINGTON, NORTH CAROLINA 28403 
(910) 799-1 160 




MINUTES 
OF THE 

WILMINGTON BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 
NINETY-SIXTH ANNUAL SESSION 
HELD WITH 

FREEDOM BAPTIST CHURCH, WILMINGTON, NC 
OCTOBER 28, 1996 
SCOTTS HILL BAPTIST CHURCH 
OCTOBER 29, 1996 
THE NEXT SESSION WILL BE HELD 
OCTOBER 20, 1997 
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH, WALLACE, NC 
OCTOBER 21, 1997 
HAMPSTEAD BAPTIST CHURCH, HAMPSTEAD, NC 
ANNUAL SERMON: REV. JERRY D. LETHCO 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 



ANNUAL SESSION PROCEEDINGS 117-118 

ASSOCIATIONS DIRECTORY 1-33 

BUDGET 1995-96 80-90 

Budget Expenditures 86-89 

Financial Report 84 

Gifts from the Churches 90 

Money Market Account 85 

CHURCH DIRECTORY 34 57 

CHURCH ORDAINED MINISTERS 91-92 

DECEASED 93-94 

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE MINUTES 98-113 

GENERAL BOARD MINUTES 114116 

HISTORICAL 

TABLES 96-97 

MAP OF THE ASSOCIATION 119-120 

MESSENGERS TO THE ASSOCIATION 95 

PERSONS ORDAINED THIS YEAR 92 

PERSONS LICENSED THIS YEAR 92 

REPORTS TO THE ASSOCIATION 58-79 

TABLE A THROUGH I 121-144 



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ASSOCIATIONS DIRECTORY 

WILMINGTON BAPTIST ASSOCIATION. 610 South College Rd., Wilmington, NC 28403; 799 
1160 

DIRECTOR OF MISSIONS - Rev. Jerry Lethco, 210 Elisha Dr., Wilmington, NC 28405; 452 2435 
(Calvary) 

ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT - Mrs. Judy H. Norris, 7305 Murrayville Rd., Wilmington, NC 28405; 
452-3312 (Ogden) 

FINANCIAL DIRECTOR • Ms. Linda G. Carroll, 329 Wayne Dr., Wilmington, NC 28403; 763-6669 
(Wilmington, First) 

CHURCH & COMMUNITY MINISTRIES DIRECTOR Mrs. Mary Margaret Brooks, 414 Stonewall 
Jackson Dr., Wilmington, NC 28412; 395-1722 (Wilmington, First) 

BSU MINISTRIES DIRECTOR - Ms. Carlene C. Evans, 610 S. College Rd., Wilmington, NC 28403; 
799-1 160; (Wrightsboro) 

INNER CITY MISSIONARY • Rev. David Brisson, 1919 Reed Dr., Wilmington, NC 28403; 392 -0142 
(Wrightsville Beach) 

CHURCH RENEWALIDEVELOPMENT DIRECTOR - Mr. John Truitt, 601 N. Channel Dr., Wrightsville 
Beach, NC 28480; 256-3272 (Wrightsville Beach) 

MISSIONS DEVELOPMENT DIRECTOR - Rev. Paul Nix, 104 Pecan Ave., Wilmington, NC 28403; 799 
8525 (Sea Gate) 

NC BH COUNSELING CENTER DIRECTORICOUNSELOR Dr. Mac Wallace. 610 S. College Rd., 
Wilmington, NC 28403; 799-1071 (Wilmington, First) 

NC BH COUNSELING CENTER SECRETARY - Ms. Cindy Bordeaux, 610 S. College Rd., Wilmington, 
NC 28403; 799-1071 

COUNSELING CENTER BOOKKEEPER - Ms. Dot West, 610 S. College Rd., Wilmington, NC 28403; 
799-1071 (Southside) 

COUNSELOR - Mr. John Rogers, 610 S. College Rd., Wilmington, NC 28403; 799-1071; (College Acres) 

COUNSELOR - Mrs. Wendy Harris, 610 S. College Rd., Wilmington, NC 28403; 799-1071 (Calvary) 

COUNSELOR • Mrs. Emma Wallace, 610 S. College Rd., Wilmington, NC 28403; 799-1071 (Wilmington, 
First) 

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COUNSELOR - Mrs. Linda Longley, 610 S. College Rd., Wilmington, NC 28403; 799-1071 (Riley's 
Creek) 

COUNSELOR - Or. John Gray, 610 S. College Rd., Wilmington, NC 28403; 799-1071 

OFFICERS (ELECTED ANNUALLY) 



Moderator 



Vice-Moderator 



Clerk 



Treasurer 



Asst. Treasurer 



Public Relations & 
Communications Dir. 

Area Group Leaders 
#1 



Mr. Harold Seagle, 2205 Waverly Dr., Wilmington, NC 
28403; 763-3304 (Winter Park) 

Rev. Robert Millis, 7121 Market St., Wilmington, NC 
28405; 686-7488 (Ogden) 

Mrs. Judy Norris, 7305 Murrayville Rd., Wilmington, 
NC 28405; 452-3312 (Ogden) 

Mr. Bernard Abrams, 1809 Brewton Ct., Wilmington, 
NC 28403; 762-6943 (Calvary) 

Mrs. Elma Boone, 4625 Riplee Dr., Wilmington, NC 
28405; 799-5048 (Calvary) 

Mrs. Joan Brewer, 121 S. Cardinal Dr., Wilmington, NC 
28403; 799-7818 (College Acres) 



Mr. Stan Rivenbark, 3915 Horse Branch Rd., Watha, NC 28471; 
259-3329 (Forest Hills) 



n Mr. Eugene Floyd, 473 Longview Rd., Kelly, NC 28448; 283-5603 

(Atkinson) 

#3 Mr. Charles Fox, 421 1 Park Ave., Wilmington, NC 28403; 799-3781 

(Calvary) 

#4 Mr. Onree Fisher, 2812 Princess PI. Dr., Wilmington, NC 28405; 

762-8055 (Wilmington, First) 

#5 Mr. Robert Shipp, 2053 Van Buren St., Wilmington, NC 

28401; 762-2994 (Pine Valley) 



Mr. Admah Lanier, 3925 Scotts Hill Loop Rd., Wilmington, NC 
28405; 686-7694 (Scotts Hill) 



EXECUTIVE COMMITTEES 
ANNUAL MEETING PROGRAM COMMITTEE 



Chairperson Rev. C. L. King, 423 N. 23rd St., Wilmington, NC 28405; 

762-5608 (Calvary) 

Mrs. Peggy Croom, 2736 Castle Hayne Rd., Wilmington, NC 28401; 
783-3181 (Wrightsboro) 

Rev. Mark Fuss, 2711 Penderlea Hwy., Burgaw, NC 28425; 259- 
2286 (Forest Hills) 

CONSTITUTION AMD BY-LAWS COMMITTEE 

Chairperson Rev. Melvin Hall, 146 Lafayette St., Wilmington, NC 

28405; 686-4455 (Hampstead) 

Mrs. Joan Brewer, 121 S. Cardinal Dr., Wilmington, NC 28403; 799 
7818 (College Acres) 

Rev. Paul Nix, 104 Pecan Ave., Wilmington, NC 28403; 799-8525 
(Sea Gate) 

BUDGET COMMITTEE 

(See Budget Section under Stewardship Council Page 1 1 ) 

PERSONNEL COMMITTEE 

Chairperson Mrs. Mary Flint, 3025 Weatherby Ct., Wilmington, NC 28405; 3 1 3- 

6857 (Watha) 

Mrs. Mary Leila Andrews, 1606 S. Live Oak Pkwy, Wilmington, NC 
28403; 763-8723 (Temple) 

Mr. Manley Pope, 229 Stonewall Jackson Dr., Wilmington, NC 
28412; 791-6147 (Pine Valley) 

Mrs. Lynn Taylor, 19266 NC Hwy. 210, Rocky Point, NC 28457; 
675-3744 (College Acres) 

Rev. Douglas Warnock, P.O. Box 368, Atkinson, NC 28421; 
283-9274 (Atkinson) 



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NOMINATING COMMITTEE 

Chairperson Rev. Rick Armstrong, 18885 Hwy. 17 N., Hampstead, NC 28443; 
270-9038 (Topsail) 

Rev. David Brisson, 1919 Reed Dr., Wilmington, NC 28403; 392-0142 
(Wrightsville Beach) 

Mrs. Mary L. Flint, 3025 Weatherby Ct., Wilmington, NC 28405; 313-6857 
(Watha) 

Mr. Charles W. Fox, 421 1 Park Ave., Wilmington, NC 28403; 799-3781 
(Calvary) 

Rev. Stan Jenkins, 206 Seitter, Wilmington, NC 28401; 251-0855 (Olivet) 

Rev. Gregg Newton, 4535 Parmele Rd., Castle Hayne, NC 28429; 
675-0588 (Castle Hayne) 

Mrs. Dixie Wilkins, 4440 Lloyd Ct., Wilmington, NC 28405; 313-1266 
(Wrightsboro) 

Rev. Norman Wheeler, P.O. Box 27, Kelly, NC 28448; 669-2293 
(Centerville) 

Rev. Gordon Wright, 5420 Dawning Creek Way, Wilmington, NC 28409; 
395-4506 (Masonboro) 

Alternate Rev. Clif Harris, 4700 Wrightsville Ave., Wilmington 28403; 79 1 4725 

(Winter Park) 

Alternate Mr. Onree Fisher, 2812 Princess Place Dr., Wilmington, NC 28405; 762- 

8055 (Wilmington, First) 

PROPERTIES COMMITTEE 

Chairperson Mr. Don Jackson, 4518 Terry Lane, Wilmington, NC 28405; 791-2095 
(Ogden) 

Mr. George Collins, 3823 Antelope Trail, Wilmington, NC 28409; 392 
0643 (Pine Valley) 

Mr. A. H. Harrell, 215 Northbrook Dr., Wilmington, NC 28405; 791- 
8180 (Ogden) 



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Mr. Wayne Rich, 21 1 N. Orange St., Wallace, NC 28466; 285-5372 
(Wallace First) 

Mr. Houston Spivey, 1022 43rd St., Wilmington, NC 28403; 392 
2772 (Winter Park) 

Mr. Leonard Wolff, 437 Castle Hayne Rd., Wilmington, NC 28401; 
763-2696 (Olivet) 

COMMUNICATIONS COMMITTEE 

Chairperson Mrs. Joan Brewer, 1 21 S. Cardinal Dr., Wilmington, NC 28403; 799 

7818 (College Acres) 

Rev. Phil Rivenbark, 112 W. Main St., Rose Hill, NC 28458; 289-241 1 
(Wallace, First) 

Mr. Dana McAtee, 5409 Collin wood Ct., Wilmington, NC 28403; 251- 
1930 (Winter Park) 

Mrs. Louise Fisher, 2812 Princess PI. Dr., Wilmington, NC 28405; 
762-8055 (Wilmington, First) 

Mr. George Allen, 59 Northwood Dr., Wilmington, NC 28405; 799- 
2555 (Long Leaf) 

ORDINATION ADVISORY COMMITTEE 

Chairperson Rev. Bob Compton, 25577 E. NC Hwy 210, Kelly, NC 28448; 669-2965 
(Haw Bluff) 

Rev. Al Watkins, 2734 C S. 17th St., Wilmington, NC 28412; 799-3161 
(Southside) 

Rev. Robert E. Lee, 6218 Greenville Sound Rd., Wilmington, NC 28409; 
500888 (Sea Gate) 

Rev. Stacy Wells, 123 Shearin Hills Dr., Castle Hayne, NC 28429; 675- 
0162 (Greenfield) 

Rev. Rick Howell, 6218 Trowbridge, Wilmington, NC 28403; 791-3558 
(Oak Grove) 

Mr. Ford Rivenbark, P.O. Box 546, Wallace, NC 28466; 285-2529; 
(Wallace, First) 

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Rev. C. R. Price, 1022 Daisy Lee Dr., Wilmington, NC 28405; 791- 
5639 (College Acres) 

Rev. Stan Jenkins, 206 Carl Seitter, Wilmington, NC 28401; 251 
0855 (Olivet) 

Rev. Willie Shepard, 226 Devonshire Rd., Wilmington, NC 28405; 
(Calvary) 

RESOLUTIONS AMD MEMORIALS 

Chairperson Rev. Eugene Ridley, 3 1 7 Shipyard Blvd., Wilmington, NC 284 1 2; 763 
2479 (Long Leaf) 

Mrs. Mary Katheryn Bead, 1909 Creecy Ave., Wilmington, NC 28403; 
762-4809 (Ogden) 

Mrs. Thelma Ard, 133 Oak Hills Dr., Rocky Point, NC 28457; 675- 
8109 (Castle Hayne) 

STRATEGY COMMITTEE 

Chairperson Rev. Mike Parnell, P.O. Box 385, Burgaw, NC 28425; 259 -431 0 

(Burgaw) 

Mrs. Janet Hawkins, 4914 Seabrook Ct., Wilmington, NC 28403; 395- 
6182 (Wright sville Beach) 

Rev. Abraham Ho, 2237 White Rd., Wilmington, NC 28405; 799-6808 
(Calvary) 

Rev. Don Horn, P.O. Box 2607, Surf City, NC 28445; 328-2831 (Surf 
City) 

Mrs. Suzanne McCarthy, 4616 Bentley Dr., Wilmington, NC 28409; 
395-1944 (Pine Valley) 

TRUSTEES COMMITTEE 

Mr. Arnold Ray Potter, 248 Jeb Stuart Dr., Wilmington, NC 28412; 
791-0421 (Sunset Park) 

Mr. Paul Spithaler, P.O. Box 332, Wrightsville Beach, NC 28480; 256- 
3081 (Wrightsville Beach) 



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Mr. Robert Shipp, 2053 Van Buren St., Wilmington, NC 28401; 762-2994 
(Pine Valley) 

HISTORICAL COMMITTEE 

Historian Miss Jean Henry, 1 71 64 Hwy. 53 E., Kelly, NC 28448; 669-2907 

(Centerville) 

Asst. Ms. Hattie Squires, RFD, Currie, NC 28435 (Bethlehem) 

Ms. Linda Carroll, 329 Wayne Dr., Wilmington, NC 28403; 763 6669 
(Wilmington First) 

Ms. Anita Brown (Bethlehem) 

CHURCH REVIEW AND CREDENTIALS COMMITTEE 

Chairperson Mr. Harold Seagle, 2205 Waverly Dr., Wilmington, NC 28403; 763 
3404 (Winter Park) 

WBA Staff Person Rev. Jerry Lethco, 210 Elisha Dr., Wilmington, NC 28405; 452-2435; 
(Calvary) 

Rev. Morris Andrews, P.O. Box 117, Willard, NC 28478; 285-7725 
(Wallace First) 

Rev. Charles Flynn, Rt. 1, Box 153, Delco, NC 28436; 655-2652 
(Ivanhoe) 

Rev. Paul Nix, 104 Pecan Ave., Wilmington, NC 28403; 799-8525 (Sea 
Gate) 

Mrs. Linda Fowler, 115 Dixie Dr., Leland, NC 28451; 371-9951 (Castle 
Hayne) 

Mr. John Truitt, 601 N.Channel Dr., Wrightsvl Beach, NC 28480; 256- 
3272 (Wrightsville Beach) 

MISSIONARY FURLOUGH HOUSE COMMITTEE 

Chairperson Ms. Yvonne Lewis, 145 Cliff side Dr., Wilmington, NC 28409; 799-0976 
(Winter Park) 

Mrs. Shirley Jacobs, 502 Clearbrook Dr., Wilmington, NC 28409; 458- 
9060 (Sunset Park) 

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Mr. A. H. Harrell, 215 Northbrook Dr., Wilmington, NC 28405; 791 
8180 (Ogden) 

BAPTIST STUDENT UNION COMMITTEE (BSU) 

Chairperson Dr. Mike Queen, 15 N. 5th St., Wilmington, NC 28401; 763-2471 
(Wilmington, First) 

WBA Staff Person Ms. Carlene Evans, 610 S. College Rd., Wilmington, NC 28403; 799 
1160 (Wrightsboro) 

WBA Staff Person Rev. Rocky Myrick, 6218 Mallard St., Wilmington, NC 28403; 395 
0207 (Marketplace) 

Rev. Dennis Bazemore, 408 W. Main St., Wallace, NC 28466; 285 
2534 (Wallace, First) 

Miss Sharyn Spell, 431 1 Cedarwood Ln, Apt.K, Wilmington, NC 28403; 
452-4764 (Wilm., First) 

Dr. Tommy Lupton, 3813 Sweet briar Rd., Wilmington, NC 28403; 799- 
4249 (Temple) 

Mrs. Virginia Rivenbark, 3915 Horse Branch Rd., Wat ha, NC 28471; 259- 
3329 (Forest Hills) 

Mr. Mark Scalf, 6017 Nettle Circle, Wilmington, NC 28405; 791-9019 
(Temple) 

HIGHER EDUCATION COMMITTEE (SEMINARY EXTENSION! 

Chairperson Rev. Gregg Newton, 4535 Parmele Rd., Castle Hayne, NC 28429; 
675-0586 (Castle Hayne) 

Rev. Vincent Wall, 217 Pinecliff Dr., Wilmington, NC 28409; 799-9024 
(Southside) 

Rev. Horace Jackson, 320 Northern Blvd., Wilmington, NC 28401; 
762 0627 (Sunset Park) 

Rev. Robert Millis, 7121 Market St., Wilmington, NC 28405; 686- 
7488 (Ogden) 

Mr. Preston Barham, 6309 Strawfield Dr., Wilmington, NC 28405; 
392 5343 (Ogden) 



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Mr. Bobby Cavenaugh, 617 Rivenbark Town Rd., Wallace, NC 28466; 
285-8081 (Wallace. First) 



ASSOCIATIONS. COUNCIL 

WBA Staff Person Rev. Jerry Lethco, 210 Elisha Dr., Wilmington, NC 28405; 452-2435 
(Calvary) 

Directors of Church Development Councils 
CHURCH DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL 
BRQTHERHQQP COUNCIL 
Baptist Men's Officers 

Director Mr. Tommy Todd, 35 1 7 Middle Sound Loop Rd., Wilmington, NC 28405; 

686-7616 (Northside) 

Asst Dir.JAdvisor Mr. J.P. McGinnis, 481 1 Carolina Beach Rd., Wilmington, NC 2841 2; 791 - 
9123 (Masonboro) 

Secretary 

Baptist Men's Pres. Mr. Pat Wooten, 2029 Eastwood Rd., #1 14, Wilmington, NC 28403; 256- 
2504 (Wrightsville Beach) 

Mission Study Dir. Mr. George Stephens, 307 Robert E. Lee Dr., Wilmington, NC 28412; 791- 
0522 (Pine Valley) 

Mission Action Dir. Mr. Hal Langley, 2018 Washington St., Wilmington, NC 28401; 763-8676 
(Sunset Park) 

Mission Stewardship Mr. Charles Fox, Sr., 421 1 Park Ave., Wilmington, NC 28403; 799-3781 
Director (Calvary) 

Royal AjnfeaaaiiBB 

R.A. Director Mr. 0. J. Atkinson, 1 7 1 8 N. Kerr Ave., Wilmington, NC 28405; 799-6426 
(Lake Forest) 

R.A. H.S. B.Y.M. 

Director Mr. Mike Taylor, 1 9266 NC Hwy. 210, Rocky Point, NC 28457; 675-3744 

(College Acres) 

R.A. Crusader Mr. Larry Matthews, 1 1 05 Lord Thomas Rd., Wilmington, NC 28405; 799- 
Leader 5777 (Long Leaf) 



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R.A.. Pioneer Rev. David Brisson, 1919 Mason Reed Dr., Wilmington, NC 28403; 

Leader 392 0 1 42 (Wright sville Beach) 

BROTHERHOOD COMPONENT COMMITTEES: 
Lay Renewal Committee: 
Chairperson Mr. John Truitt, 601 N. Channel Dr., Wright sville Beach, NC 28480; 
256-3272 (Wrightsville Beach) 

Mr. Dale Blake, Rt. 1, Box 29NB, Winnabow, NC 28479; 371-9239 
(Long Leaf) 

Rev. Rocky Myrick, 6218 Mallard St., Wilmington, NC 28403; 395 
0207 (Marketplace Fellowship) 

Rev. Bob Millis, 7121 Market St. Wilmington, NC 28405; 686-7488 
(Ogden) 

Mrs. Dorothy Powell, 3728 New Colony Dr., Wilmington, NC 28412; 
791-1836 (Lake Forest) 

Lay Witness Committee: 
Chairperson Mr. Larry Botts, 410 Sharon Dr., Wilmington, NC 28403; 791-3242 
(Myrtle Grove) 

Rev. Melvin Hall, 146 Lafayette St., Wilmington, NC 28405; 686- 
4455 (Hampstead) 

Mr. Ernest Gott, 6986 Horse Branch Rd., Watha, NC 28471; 285 
7895 (Watha) 

Mr. Onree Fisher, 2812 Princess Place Dr., Wilmington, NC 28405; 
762 8055 (Wilmington, First) 

Correctional Ministries Committee: 

Chairperson Mr. Jim Robinson, P.O. Box 631, Burgaw, NC 28425; 259-2165 
(Burgaw) 

Mr. Craig Register, 180 A Arlington Dr., Wilmington, NC 28401; 762 
1200 (Ogden) 

Mrs. Debi Edge, 1545 Pinkney Rd., Burgaw, NC 28425; 259-4502 

Rev. Joe Windley, 705 S. Fifth St., Wilmington, NC 28401; 763-2714 

Rev. Bert Wheeler, 190 Stag Park Rd., Burgaw, NC 28425; 259-5562 
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Rev. Jimmie Suggs, Jr., 106 Laffitte St., Wilmington, NC 28405; 686 
0007 (Scotts Hill) 

Agriculture Ministries Committee: 
Chairperson Mr. Admah Lanier, 3925 Scotts Hill Loop Rd., Wilmington, NC 28405; 
686-7694 (Scotts Hill) 

Mr. Eugene Floyd, 473 Longview Rd., Kelly, NC 28448; 283 5603 
(Atkinson) 

Mr. Charles White, 601 Lee Dr., Burgaw, NC 28425; 259-2085 
(Burgaw) 

Mr. Clyde Swann, 1 170 Murraytown Rd., Burgaw, NC 28425; 259- 
4893 (Mt. Holly) 

Mr. Sonny Parker, U.S. Hwy. 421, Watha, NC 28471; 283-5086 
(Shiloh) 

Healthcare Ministries Committee: 
Chairperson Dr. Bertram Williams, 1114 Forest Hills Dr., Wilmington, NC 28403; 
763-1336 (Wilmington, First) 

Mrs. Mary Ellen Benton, 909 Kings Grant Rd., Wilmington, NC 28405; 
791-8663 (Winter Park) 

Dr. Bruce Williams, 406 Bickett St., Burgaw, NC 28425; 259-5183 
(Burgaw) 

Dr. Bob Andrews, 1606 Live Oak Pkwy., Wilmington, NC 28403; 763- 
8723 (Temple) 

Dr. C. Ben Smith, 6412 Quail Run, Wilmington, NC 28409; 799 0893 
(Wrightsville Beach) 

Mrs. Suzanne McCarthy, 4616 Bentley Dr., Wilmington, NC 28409; 
395-1944 (Pine Valley) 

Mrs. Joyce Oyler, 225 Pilgrim Circle, Wilmington, NC 28401; 763- 
4826 (Wrightsboro) 

Construction Ministries Committee: 
Chairperson Mr. A.H. Harrell, 215 Northbrook Dr., Wilmington, NC 28405; 791 - 
8180 (Ogden) 



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Mr. Ken Phelps, 303 Haig Dr., Wilmington, NC 28412; 392-51 10 
(College Acres) 

Mr. Grady Barnes, 205 Heritage Park Dr., Wilmington, NC 28401; 763 
7071 (Calvary) 

Mr. R.F. Parker, 6349 Myrtle Grove Rd., Wilmington, NC 28409; 791 
41 16 (Myrtle Grove) 

Mr. Claude Shore, 38 Fern Creek Lane, Carolina Beach, NC 28428; 
458-8144 (Kure Beach, First) 

Mr. Dale Easterling, 1839 Farley Dr., Wilmington, NC 28405; 791- 
4831 (Northside) 

Mr. Joe Sholar, 722 Mohican Trail, Wilmington, NC 28409; 791-9425 
(Winter Park) 

Mr. Mike Taylor, 19266 NC Hwy. 210, Rocky Point, NC 28457; 675- 
3744 (College Acres) 

Mr. Clifton Howard, 152 Sloop Point Rd., Hampstead, NC 28443; 270 
4651 (Barlow-Vista) 

Mr. Bill Jacobs, 338 N. Crestwood Dr., Wilmington, NC 28405; 395 
1951 (Northside) 

Transportation Ministry Committee: 
Chairperson Mr. Eb Hales, P.O. Box 3613, Wilmington, NC 28406; 791-5252 (Sunset 
Park) 

Mr. Ray Richardson, 5518 Captains Lane, Wilmington, NC 28409; 791- 
4182 (College Acres) 

Mr. Dewey Williams, 1701 N. Lumina Ave., Wright sville Beach, NC 
28480; 256-9238 (Sunset Park) 

Mr. Bryan Todd, 781 1 Raintree Rd., Wilmington, NC 28405; 686-1420 
(Scotts Hill) 

Mr. Rickie Evans, 5380 Greenville Loop Rd., Wilmington, NC 28409; 
(Wilmington, First) 

Mr. Hollis Batson, 133 Stoneybrook Rd., Wilmington, NC 28405; 686 
9064 (Ogden) 



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Disaster Response Committee: 

Chairperson Mr. John Truitt, 601 N. Channel Dr., Wrightsville Beach, NC 28480; 
256-3272 (Wrightsville Beach) 

Mr. Bill Bullard, 122 Partridge Rd., Wilmington, NC 28412; 791-0565 
(Masonboro) 

Mr. Antonia Victoria, 1715 F S. 4th St., Wilmington, NC 28403; (Pine 
Valley) 

Mr. Jim Simmons, 418 Stonewall Jackson Dr., Wilmington, NC 28412; 
(Temple) 

Mr. Glenn Kling, 206 Northbrook Dr., Wilmington, NC 28405; 392 
0617 (Marketplace Fellowship) 

Mrs. Mary Eakins, 405 Center Dr., Hampstead, NC 28443; (Scotts Hill) 

Mr. Bert Voet, 26 W. Oxford St., Wrightsville Beach, NC 28480; 
(Wrightsville Beach) 

Mr. James Tate, 6612 Gordon Rd., Wilmington, NC 28405; (Scotts 
Hill) 

Mrs. Joyce Olyer, 225 Pilgrim Circle, Wilmington, NC 28401; 763- 
4826 (Wrightsboro) 

Communications 

Ministry Dir. Mr. Bill Bullard, 1 22 Partridge Rd., Wilmington, NC 284 1 2; 79 1 -0565 
(Masonboro) 

PISCIPLESHIP TRAINING COUNCIL 

Director Rev. Melvin Hall, 146 Lafayette St., Wilmington, NC 28405; 6864455 

(Hampstead) 

WBA Staff Person Mr. John Truitt, 601 N. Channel Dr., Wrightsville Beach, NC 28480; 
256-3272 (Wrightsville Beach) 

Asst. Dir. Mr. Fred Wells, 5506 Captains Lane, Wilmington, NC 28409; 395- 

1270 (Pine Valley) 

Adult 

Youth Director Rev. Phil Ortego, 1 85 Scotts Hill Loop Rd., Wilmington, NC 28405; 
686-9885 (Scotts Hill) 



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Bible Drill Dir. Mrs. Brenda Trott, 185 Washington Acres Dr., Hampstead, NC 28443; 
270-3422 (Hampstead) 



Adult Consultant 

Adult Consultant Mrs. Tena Johnson, 5551 US Hwy. 117 N., Burgaw, NC 28425; 259- 
2495 (Mt. Holly) 

EVANGELISM COUNCIL 

Chairperson Mr. Onree Fisher, 281 2 Princess Pl.Dr., Wilmington, NC 28405; 762 -8055 
(Wilmington, First) 

Rev. Randy Speight, 802 N. College Rd., Wilmington, NC 28405; 799 
4898 (Freedom) 

Rev. Gregg Newton, 4535 Parmele Rd., Castle Hayne, NC 28429,675 
0586 (Castle Hayne) 

Rev. Rick Armstrong, 18885 Hwy. 17 N., Hampstead, NC 28443; 270- 
9038 (Topsail) 

Rev. Joe Davis, 4383 Blueberry Rd., Currie, NC 28435; 283-7133 (Pine 
View) 

Rev. Horace Jackson, 320 Northern Blvd., Wilmington, NC 28401; 762 
0627 (Sunset Park) 

Mrs. Coni Andress, 2609 Cranbrook Dr., Wilmington, NC 28405; 
(Marketplace) 

MEDIA/LIBRARY COUNCIL 

Chairperson 
Asst. Chair 

Mrs. Joan Brewer, 121 S. Cardinal Dr., Wilmington, NC 28403; 799-7818 
(College Acres) 

Mrs. Jerri Jones, 175 Lafayette St., Wilmington, NC 28405; 686-7695 
(Scotts Hill) 

Dr. Jean Allen, 661 1 Sylvan Lane, Wilmington, NC 28405; 686-2100 
(Winter Park) 



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Mrs. Sylvia Davis, 557 Green's Dairy Rd., Kelly, NC 28448; 669-2868 
(Centerville) 

MUSIC MINISTRY COUNCIL 

Director Mrs. Peggy Croom, 2736 Castle Hayne Rd., Wilmington, NC 28401; 

763-3181 (Wrightsboro) 

Rev. Clif Harris, 4700 Wright sville Ave., Wilmington, NC 28403; 791- 
4725 (WinterPark) 

Rev. Randy Speight, 802 N. College Rd., Wilmington, NC 28405; 799- 
4898 (Freedom) 

Rev. C.L. King, 423 N. 23rd St., Wilmington, NC 28405; 762-5608 
(Calvary) 

Mrs. Glenda Bohannon, 515 Colony Circle, N., Wilmington, NC 28409; 
392-2466 (Silver Lake) 

Rev. Darby Worrell, 2501 N. College Rd., Wilmington, NC 28405; 791 
6053 (Northside) 

PASTORAL MINISTRIES COUNCIL 

Chairperson 

STEWARDSHIP COUNCIL 

Overall Chairperson Rev. Jerry Lethco, 610 S. College Rd., Wilmington, NC 28403; 799 1 160 

Stewardship Mr. Bert Voet, 26 W. Oxford St., Wrightsville Beach, NC 28480; 256- 
Education Section 5803 (Wrightsville Beach) 

Mrs. Katherine Huggins, 19550 NC Hwy. 210, Rocky Point, NC 28457; 
675-2274 (Riley's Creek) 

Rev. Bob Compton, 25577 E. NC Hwy. 210, Kelly, NC 28448, 669- 
2965 Haw Bluff) 

Mrs. Lillian Newton, 354 Friendly Lane, Wilmington, NC 28409; 392- 
2634 (Masonboro) 

Mr. Jobe Metts, P.O. Box 17, Kelly, NC 28448; 669-2222 (Centerville) 



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Missions Section Mr. John Pierce, 544 Sandy Bend Rd., Rocky Point, NC 28457; 675- 
0338 (Rocky Point) 

Mr. Durwood Bradshaw, 1777 Kings Landing, Hampstead, NC 28443; 
270-2637 (Topsail) 

Rev. Robert Millis, 7121 Market St., Wilmington, NC 28405; 686-7488 
(Ogden) 

Budget Section Mr. Clement Goodson, 4406 Raspberry Rd., Wilmington, NC 28405; 
799 9193 (Northside) 

Mr. Admah Lanier, Jr., 3925 Scotts Hill Loop Rd., Wilmington, NC 
28405; 686-7694 (Scotts Hill) 

Mrs. Debbie Capps, 2902 Sidbury Rd., Wilmington, NC 28405; 686 
7623 (Freedom) 

Mr. Randy Spainhour, 100 S. Cowan St., Burgaw, NC 28425; 259 
2358 (Burgaw) 

Accounting Section Mr. Ray Marett, 139 Bradley Pines Dr., Wilmington, NC 28403; 799 
7350 (Lake Forest) 

Mrs. Joyce Leiner, 302 Buccaneer Rd., Wilmington, NC 28409; 791- 
7483 (Masonboro) 

Mr. William Brock, 4710 Long Leaf Hills Dr., Wilmington, NC 28403; 
791-2462 (Temple) 

SUNDAY SCHOOL COUNCIL ASSIST TEAM 

Director Mrs. Dee Willis, 3409 Amber Dr., Wilmington, Nc 28409; 790-5766 

(College Acres) 

Outreach Director Rev. Jim Everette, 15 N. 5th St., Wilmington, NC 28401; 763-2471 
(Wilmington, First) 

Adult Director Mrs. Ruth Murray, 3940 Shipyard Blvd., Wilmington, NC 28403; 79 1 - 
1949 (Pine Valley) 

Youth Director Miss Julie McVey, 1801 Market St., Wilmington, NC 28403; 763-3351 
(Temple) 



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Youth Director Mr. Mike Ashcraft, 702 Eastwood Rd., Wilmington. NC 28403; 799-3773 
(College Acres) 

Children's Director Rev. Dondi Pace, 2736 Castle Hayne Rd., Wilmington, NC 28401; 763 
3181 (Wrightsboro) 

Pre School Director Mrs. Wendy Welker, 334 Dogwood Rd., Hampstead, NC 28443; 270-9166 
(Hampstead) 

V.B.S. Director Mrs. Carole Farrow, 1 352 Navaho Trail, Wilmington, NC 28409; 799- 
7541 (Freedom) 

W.M.U. COUNCIL 

W.M.U. Director Mrs. Dixie Wilkins, 4440 Lloyd Ct., Wilmington, NC 28405; 313-1266 
(Wrightsboro) 

Asst Director Mrs. Betsy Jones, 325 Wellington Dr., Wilmington, NC 28405; 686-0776 
(Scotts Hill) 

Pastor/Staff 

Consultant Rev. Horace Jackson, 320 Northern Blvd., Wilmington, NC 28401 ; 762- 

0627 (Sunset Park) 

W.M.U. Secretary Mrs. Saundra Blevins, 306 Richelieu Rd., Wilmington, NC 2841 2; 799- 
4926 (Silver Lake) 

Asst Secretary Mrs. Sophia Floyd, 473 Longview Rd., Kelly, NC 28448; 283-5603 
(Atkinson) 

Churchwide Missions 
Consultant 

Women on Mission Mrs. Rachel Powell, P.O. Box 636, Rocky Point, NC 28457; 675-9722 
Consultant (Castle Hayne) 

Asst. WOM Mrs. Brenda Horrell, 591 6 Blossom St., Castle Hayne, NC 28429; 675- 

Consultant 0985 (Castle Hayne) 

Acteens Consultant Mrs. Angela Howard, 4220 Whitehurst Dr., Wilmington, NC 28409; 392 
3816 (Myrtle Grove) 

Asst Acteens Mrs. Jackie Eason, 1 763 Penderlea Hwy., Burgaw, NC 28425; 259-7267 
Consultant (Castle Hayne) 



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Girls In Action Mrs. Carole Farrow, 1 352 Navaho Trail, Wilmington, NC 28409; 799 
Consultant 7541 (Freedom) 



Asst. GA Consultant Ms. Geri Zulko, 2325 Oakley Rd., Castle Hayne, NC 28429; Unpublished 
(Castle Hayne) 

Mission Friends Mrs. Helen Sholar, P.O. Box 2577, Surf City, NC 28445; 329 9701 (Barlow- 
Consultant (Vista) 

Asst MF's Mrs. Donna Smith, P.O. Box 3557, Topsail Beach, NC 28445; 329-1 093 

Consultant (Barlow-Vista) 



Coed Consult. 

Asst. Coed 
Consultant 



Ethnic/Language Mrs. Sally Lennon, 921 Taliga Ln., Wilmington, NC 2841 2; 452-701 5 
(Winter Park) 

Missions Involvement 

Consultant Mrs. Anita Jacobs, 202 Monterey Dr., Wilmington, NC 28403; 791 1 566 

(Wrightsboro) 

Asst. Missions Mrs. Priscilla Tyree, 480 Cove Rd., Burgaw, NC 28425; 259-9254 (Burgaw) 
Involvement Consul. 

Missions Growth Mrs. Frances Harrell, 344 Cape Fear Blvd., Wilmington, NC 28401; 763 
Consultant 5887 (Long Leaf) 

Asst. MG Consul. 

Historian Miss Jean Henry, 1 7 1 64 Hwy. 53 E„ Kelly, NC 28448; 669-2907 

(Centerville) 

Mundo Vista 

Campaign Cons. Mrs. Harriet Lennon, 309 Semmes Dr., Wilmington, NC 284 1 2; 79 1 -7634 
(Wilmington, First) 

W.M.U. Area Directors 

Area #1 Mrs. Susan Sellers, 505 Eleanor Roosevelt Rd., Willard, NC 28478; 285 

5916 (Penderlea) 

Area #2 Ms. Elsie Miles, 433 Saddle Ridge Rd., Currie, NC 28435; 283-5025 (Bear 

Branch) 



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Area #3 Miss Linda Biddle, P.O. Box 636, Rocky Point, NC 28457; 675-9722 

(Castle Hayne) 

Area #4 Ms. Ethel Tartt, 217 Alexander PI., Wilmington, NC 28405; 686-9751 

(Greenfield) 

Area #5 Mrs. Evelyn Little, 308 Hooker Rd., Wilmington, NC 28403; 395-0747 

(Sea Gate) 

Area #6 Mrs. Faye Millis, 21 7 Forest Rd., Wilmington, NC 28403; 392-9652 

(Ogden) 

W.M.U. Nominating Committee: 

Chairperson Mrs. Mary Lennon, 1 57 Cliff side Dr., Wilmington, NC 28409; 79 1-8916 
(Southside) 

Mrs. Gladys Baker, 136 LaSalle St., Wilmington, NC 28405; 686-9194 
(Scotts Hill) 

Mrs. Evelyn Uttle, 308 Hooker Rd., Wilmington, NC 28403; 395-0747 
(Sea Gate) 

Mrs. Mabel Halterman, 1801 Chestnut St., Wilmington, NC 28405; 
7624753 (Temple) 

Mrs. Opal West, 3404 Marsh Hawk Ct., Wilmington, NC 28409; 791- 
2366 (Temple) 

W.M.U. Budnet Committee: 

Mrs. Mary Lennon, 157 Cliff side Dr., Wilmington, NC 28409; 791-8916 
(Southside) 

Mrs. Sally Lennon, 921 Taliga Ln., Wilmington, NC 28412; 452-7015 
(Winter Park) 

Mrs. Flora Bass, 100 Whitman Ave., Castle Hayne, NC 28429; 762- 
1787 (Wrightsboro) 

YOUTH COUNCIL 

Chairperson Rev. Don Vigus, 1 1 8 Quail Ridge, Wilmington, NC 28409; 3924724 
(Wilmington First) 

WBA Staff Person Mrs. Judy Norris, 7305 Murrayville Rd., Wilmington, NC 28405; 452- 
3312 (Ogden) 

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Director 



Missions 
Promotion Dir. 



Missions 
Survey Dir. 



WMU 

Representative 

Brotherhood 
Representative 



Rev. Mike Ashcraft, 702 Eastwood Rd., Wilmington, NC 28403; 799 
3773 (College Acres) 

Ms. Jennifer Mathews, P.O. Box 385, Burgaw, NC 28425; 259-4310 
(Burgaw) 

Mr. Dodd Mays, 802 N. College Rd., Wilmington, NC 28405; 799-4898 
(Freedom) 

Rev. Joe Easterling, 61 1 Middle Sound Loop Rd. (Lot 1), Wilmington, NC 
28405; 686-0348 (Northside) 

Mr. Mike Bradshaw, 5200 Masonboro Loop Rd., Wilmington, NC 28409; 
791-5354 Whispering Pines) 

Rev. Scott Kyles, 4700 Wrights ville Ave., Wilmington, NC 28403; 791- 
4725 (Winter Park) 

Ms. Sun Aha Park, 305 Ventura Dr., Wilmington, NC 28412; 392-3317 
(Wilmington Korean) 

Ms. Jennifer Cummings, 605 Porters Neck Rd., Wilmington, NC 28405; 
686-2917 (Northside) 

MISSIONS DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL 

Rev. Paul Nix, 104 Pecan Ave., Wilmington, NC 28403; 799-8525 (Sea 
Gate) 



Mrs. Joan Brewer, 121 S. Cardinal Dr., Wilmington, NC 28403; 799-7818 
(College Acres) 



Rev. Stacy Wells, 123 Shearin Hills Dr., Castle Hayne, NC 28429; 675- 
0162 (Greenfield) 



Mrs. Frances Anderson, 1914 Carolina Beach Rd., Wilmington, NC 28403; 
763-4613 (Long Leaf) 



Mr. Hal Langley, 2018 Washington St., Wilmington, NC 28401; 763-8676 
(Sunset Park) 



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S.S. Representative S.S. Assist Team Director 
Discipleship 

Training Rev. Melvin Hall, 146 Lafayette St., Wilmington, NC 28405; 6864455 

(Hempstead) 



COMPONENT PROGRAMS 
Black Church Relations Council 

WBA Staff Person Mrs. Mary Margaret Brooks, 414 Stonewall Jackson Dr., Wilmington, NC 
28412; 392-1722 (Wilmington, First) 

Director Mr. A.H. Harrell, 215 Northbrook Dr., Wilmington, NC 28405:791-81 80 

(Ogden) 

Mrs. Willie Blanche Evans, 7037 Market St., Wilmington, NC 28405; 
686-7484 (Saint Paul) 

Mr. Eb Hales, P.O. Box 3613, Wilmington, NC 28406; 791-5252 
(Sunset Park) 

Rev. Randy Speight, 802 N. College Rd., Wilmington, NC 28405; 799- 
4898 (Freedom) 

Mrs. Sarah Norris, 108 Tall Oaks Dr., Castle Hayne, NC 28429; 675- 
2802 (Winter Park) 

Rev. David Brisson, 610 S. College Rd., Wilmington, NC 28403; 799- 
1160 (Wilmington, First) 

Mrs. Ruth Hepner, 217 Devonshire Lane, Wilmington, NC 28409; 799 
4863 (Wilmington, First) 

Chaolaincv Council 

WBA Staff Person Mrs. Mary Margaret Brooks, 414 Stonewall Jackson Dr., Wilmington, NC 
28412; 395-1722 Wimilngton, First) 

Director 
Correction Min. 

Director Mr. Craig Register, 180 A Arlington Dr., Wilmington, NC 28401; 762-1200 

(Ogden) 



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Hospital Min. Chaplain Don Ledbetter, 209 Dorchester Place, Wilmington, NC 28403; 
Director 452-4148 (Wilmington, First) 



Industrial Min. Dir. 

Counseling Min. Dr. Mac Wallace, 6 1 0 S. College Rd., Wilmington, NC 28403; 799- 1071 
Director (Wilmington, First) 

Christian Life & Public Affairs Council 

WBA Staff Person Mrs. Mary Margaret Brooks, 414 Stonewall Jackson Dr., Wilmington, NC 
28412; 395-1722 (Wilmington, First) 

Director 



Political Education Mr. Robert Shipp, 2053 Van Buren St., Wilmington, NC 762-2994; (Pine 
Valley) 

Director 

Obscenity & Porno Dir. 

Drug Abuse! Rev. Tim Flint 3025 Weatherby Ct ., Wilmington, NC 28405; 3 1 3 -6857 

(Watha) 

Dependency Dir. 
Gambling Director 
Christian Family Life 

Director Mrs. Becky Charles, 214 Longstreet Dr., Wilmington, NC 28412; 392- 

5579 (Wrightsville Beach 

Christian Social Ministries Council 

WBA Staff Person Mrs. Mary Margaret Brooks, 414 Stonewall Jackson Dr., Wilmington, NC 
28412; 395-1722 (Wilmington, First) 

Director Rev. Tim Flint, 3025 Weatherby Ct., Wilmington, NC 28405; 3 1 3-6857 

(Watha)) 

Inner City Director Rev. David Brisson, 610 S. College Rd., Wilmington, NC 28403; 799-1 160 
(Wilmington, First) 

Family Assistance Dir. 



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Senior Adult Dir. Mr. Paul Bunn, 910 Hillandale Dr., Wilmington, NC 28403; 3954477 
(Wilmington, First) 



Week DayJSummer 
Workers Director 

Children's Clothes Mrs. June Tregembo, 581 1 Carolina Beach Rd., Wilmington, NC 2841 2; 
791-0472 (Myrtle Grove) 

Closet Director 

Literacy Dir. (ESL) Mrs. Gladys Baker, 1 36 LaSalle St., Wilmington, NC 28405; 686-91 94 
(Scotts Hill) 

Physically Handi- Mrs. Dixie Riley, 308 Parkway Dr., Wilmington, NC 28403; 791-8339 
capped Director (Sea Gate) 

Day Care & After 

School Director Mrs. Anne Vitale, 1 004 Ballf oure Dr., Wilmington, NC 2841 2; 392-6922 
(Calvary) 

Homeless Director 
Bloodmobile Sub-Council 

Director Mrs. Laura Spivey, 1 022 43rd St., Wilmington, NC 28403; 392-2772 

(Winter Park) 

Asst Director Ms. Ola Ball, 1 90 1 Castle Hayne Rd., Wilmington, NC 2840 1 ; 762- 1 20 1 
(Wrightsboro) 

Promotion Director Ms. Doris Boroughs, 5329 Dandelion Dr., Wilmington, NC 28405; 791- 
2670 (Pine Valley) 

Recruiting Director Ms. Louise Busby, 3407 Regency Dr., Wilmington, NC 28403; 799-0689 
(Winter Park) 

Church Extension Council 

WBA Staff Person Rev. Jerry Lethco, 210 Elisha Dr., Wilmington, NC 28405; 452-2435 
(Calvary) 

Director Rev. Douglas Warnock, P.O. Box 1 1 5, Atkinson, NC 28421 ; 283-9274 

(Atkinson) 

Church Starter Rev. Melvin Hall, 146 Lafayette St., Wilmington, NC 28405; 686-4455 
(Hampstead) 



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Church Growth 



Mr. Eb Hales, P.O. Box 3613, Wilmington, NC 28406; 791 5252 (Sunset 
Park) 



Survey Rev. Stacy Wells, 1 23 Shearin Hills Dr., Castle Hayne, NC 28429; 675 

0162 (Greenfield) 

Inter Fajth Council 

WBA Staff Person Mrs. Mary Margaret Brooks, 414 Stonewall Jackson Dr., Wilmington, NC 
2841 2; 395- 1 722 (Wilmington, First) 

Director Rev. Al Watkins, 2734 C S. 17th St., Wilmington, NC 28412; 799-3161 

(Southside) 

Language Ministries Council 

WBA Staff Person Mrs. Mary Margaret Brooks, 414 Stonewall Jackson Dr., Wilmington, NC 
28412; 395-1722 (Wilmington, First) 

Director Dr. Naseem Nasrallah, 407 E. Fremont, Burgaw, NC 28425; 25941 1 3 

(Burgaw) 

Hispanic Director Rev. Gus Lara, 37 1 5 New Colony Dr., Wilmington, NC 284 1 2; 799-7 1 3 1 
(Primera Iglesia) 

Chinese Director Mrs. Katherine Godwin, 423 N. 23rd St., Wilmington, NC 28405; 762 
5608 (Calvary) 

Korean Director Mr. Craig Register, 180- A Arlington Dr., Wilmington, NC 28401; 762- 
1200 (Ogden) 

Japanese Director Mrs. Sally Lennon, 92 1 Taliga Lane, Wilmington, NC 284 1 2; 452-70 1 5 
(Winter Park) 

ESL Director Mrs. Gladys Baker, 136 LaSalle St., Wilmington, NC 28405; 686-9194 
(Scotts Hill) 

Seaman's Center Mrs. Sally Lennon, 921 Taliga Lane, Wilmington, NC 284 1 2; 452-70 1 5 
Director (Winter Park) 

Multi-Housing Council 

WBA Staff Person Rev. David Brisson, 61 0 S. College Rd., Wilmington, NC 28403; 799- 1 1 60 
(Wrightsville Beach) 

Director Rev. David McLaurin, 3940 Shipyard Blvd, Wilmington, NC 28403; 79 1 - 

1949 (Pine Valley) 

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Business Commun. Mr. Robert Kester, 5404 Clear Run Dr., Wilmington, NC 28403; (Calvary) 

Apartments/Condo Rev. Ron Bryan, 3320 S. College Rd., Wilmington, NC 28403; 7994751 
Director (Southside) 

Public Housing Dir. Mr. Robert Shipp, 2053 Van Buren St., Wilmington, NC 28401; 762-2994 
(Pine Valley) 

Migrant Ministries 

Director Rev. Gus Lara, 37 1 5 New Colony Dr., Wilmington, NC 284 1 2; 799-7 1 3 1 

(Primera Iglesia) 

Inner City Director Rev. David Brisson, 61 0 S. College Rd., Wilmington, NC 28403; 799-1 1 60 
(Wrightsville Beach) 

ResortfLeisure Missions Council 

Director Rev. Don Horn, P.O. Box 2607, Surf City, NC 28445; 328-2831 (Surf City) 

Beach Ministry Dir. 

Campground/La ke Pearline Morgan, 3050 NC Hwy. 2 1 0, Smithfield, NC 27577; 9344622 
(Pisgah) 

Ministry Directors 

DramajClownsJ Ms. Amy Raynor, 1 862 Loganberry Rd., Wilmington, NC 28405; 791 - 
4789 (Freedom) 

Puppet Ministry Dir. 

Marina Ministry Dir. 

MoteljHotelfCondo 
Ministry Director 

Special Events Mrs. Shirley Horn, P.O. Box 2607, Surf City, NC 28445; 328-283 1 
(Surf City) 

Ministry Director 
Campers On 

Missions Dir. Mr. Ray Benton, 909 Kings Grant Rd., Wilmington, NC 28405; 791 
8663 (Winter Park) 



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Volunteerism Council 

WBA Staff Person Rev. Jerry Lethco, 21 0 Elisha Dr., Wilmington, NC 28405; 452-2435 
(Calvary) 



Director 

Mrs. Kim Humphrey, P.O. Box 1599, Burgaw, NC 28425; 259-5880 
(Burgaw) 

Mrs. Loranda Walker, 5376 Heading Bluff Rd., Currie, NC 28435; 283 
7339 (Riley's Creek) 

Mrs. Frances Anderson, 1914 Carolina Beach Rd., Wilmington, NC 
28403; 763-4613 (Long Leaf) 

Mr. Terry Mitchell, 277 White Oak Rd., Kelly, NC 28448; 669-2605 
(Centerville) 

FELLOWSHIP AND MUTUAL CARE COUNCILS 

PASTOR'S CONFERENCE 

President Rev. Norman Wheeler, P.O. Box 27, Kelly, NC 28448; 669-2293 

(Centerville) 

Vice-President Rev. Rick Howell, 7990 Market St., Wilmington, NC 28405; 686-7806 
(Oak Grove) 

SecretaryjTreas. Rev. Rick Armstrong, 406 Millhouse Rd., Castle Hayne, NC 28429; 675- 
0502 (Topsail) 

SPECIAL ORGANIZATIONS 

(Not mandated by the Constitution & By-Laws) 



ESL/LITERACY COMMITTEE 

Chairperson Mrs. Gladys Baker, 1 36 LaSalle Dr., Wilmington, NC 28405; 686-9 1 94 
(Scotts Hill) 

WBA Staff Person Mrs. Shirley Horn, P.O. Box 2607, Surf City, NC 28445; 328-2831 (Surf 
City) 

Mrs. Sally Lennon, 921 Taliga Lane, Wilmington, NC 28412; 452-7015 
(Winter Park) 



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Mrs. Ruth Gronosky, 4104 Appleton Way, Wilmington, NC 28412; 791 
8882 (Winter Park) 

Mrs. Mary Ellen Benton, 909 Kings Grant Rd.. Wilmington, NC 28405; 
791-8663 (Winter Park) 

Ms. Dorothy Murphy, 2017 Albert Circle, Wilmington, NC 28403; 799- 
5301 (Winter Park) 

INTERNATIONAL SEAMAN'S SERVICE CENTER 

Chairperson Mrs. Sally Lennon, 921 Taliga Lane, Wilmington, NC 28412; 452-7015 

(Winter Park) 

Mrs. Betty Stines, 2130 Shirley Rd., Wilmington, NC 28405; 763-2941 
(Calvary) 

PRAYER COUNCIL 

Chairperson Rev. Paul Nix, 1 04 Pecan Ave., Wilmington, NC 28403; 799 -8525 (Sea 
Gate) 

Ms. Linda Carroll, 329 Wayne Dr., Wilmington, NC 28403; 763-6669 
(Wilmington First) 

Mrs. Christine Grey, 9214 Vedra Lane, Leland, NC 28451; 371-6949 (New 
Hope) 

Mrs. Sally MacCallum, 243 Huntington Rd., Wilmington, NC 28403; 791- 
3725 (Winter Park) 

Mr. Jimmy English, 1721 Highsmith Rd., Burgaw, NC 28425; 259-5438 
(Forest Hills) 

Mrs. Emily Myers, 605 Windemere Rd., Wilmington, NC 28405; 799-9605 
(Temple) 

Mr. Robert Ray James, 4425 Huckleberry Rd., Wilmington, NC 28405; 
799-1924 (Freedom) 

Rev. Rick Howell, 7990 Market St., Wilmington, NC 28405; 686-7806 
(Oak Grove) 



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RECREATION COUNCIL 

Chairperson Mr. Walker Biggs, 516 Old Mill Rd., Castle Hayne, NC 28429; 675-1476 
(Wrightsboro) 

Mr. Sammy DiSarno, 501 Groves Pt. Dr., Hampstead, NC 28443; 329 
1269 (Hampstead) 

Ms. Kathyrn Larkins, 5017 Clear Run Dr., Wilmington, NC 28403; 791 
5341 (WBA) 

Mr. Bobby Powell, 220 Greenview Dr., Wilmington, NC 28405; 686-0861 
(Ogden) 

Mr. Mickey Ramer, 112 Whitman Ave., Castle Hayne, NC 28429; 762 
4233 (Calvary) 

Mr. Mike Taylor, 19266 NC Hwy. 210, Rocky Point, NC 28457; 675-3744 
(College Acres) 

Mr. Karl Yngve, 4812 Oberbeck Way, Wilmington, NC 28409; 350-1203 
(Winter Park) 



SINGLES MINISTRIES COUNCIL 

Chairperson Ms. Lori Moore, 105 Kilarney Rd., Wilmington, NC 28409; 791-1088 

(Scotts Hill) 

Rev. Vance Midgett, 423 N. 23rd St., Wilmington, NC 28405; 762-5608 
(Calvary) 

Mrs. Ruth Murray, 3940 Shipyard Blvd., Wilmington, NC 28403; 791- 
1949 (Pine Valley) 

Mr. Bobby Russ, 16383 Hwy 53 E., Kelly, NC 28448; 669-2670 
(Centerville) 



COUNSELING CENTER BOARD OF DIRECTORS 

Chairman Rev. Dennis Bazemore, 408 W. Main St., Wallace, NC 28466; 285-2534 

(Wallace, First) 



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Mrs. Katherine Godwin, 423 N. 23rd St.. Wilmington. NC 28405; 762- 
5608 (Calvary) 

Mr. Royce Angel, 609 Bradley Creek Point Rd., Wilmington, NC 28405 
(Wilmington, First) 

Rev. Bill Smith, P.O. Box 80, Supply, NC 28462; 754-7979 (Brunswick 
Assoc.) 

Mr. Jim Strickland, 200 Palmetto St., Wilmington, NC 28401; 762-0044 
Olivet) 

Mrs. Jennings Trawick, P.O. Box 956, Burgaw, NC 28425; 259-2904 
(Burgaw) 

The Honorable John W. Smith, 1901 Prestwick Lane, Wilmington, NC 
28405; 341 -441 6 (Wilmington, First) 

Mrs. Sarah Norris, 108 Tall Oaks Dr., Castle Hayne, NC 28429; 675-2802 
(Winter Park) 

Dr. Joseph Windley, 705 S. Fifth Ave., Wilmington, NC 28401; 763-2647 
(First Baptist, Fifth Ave.) 

Dr. Bertram Williams, 1114 Forest Hills Dr., Wilmington, NC 28403; 763- 
1336 (Wilmington, First) 

INNER CITY MISSIONS COUNCIL 

Chairperson Rev. David Brisson, 610 S. College Rd., Wilmington, NC 28403; 799-1 160 
(Wrightsville Beach) 

Multi-housing Mr. Robert Shipp, 2053 Van Buren St., Wilmington, NC 2840 1 ; 762-2994 
(Pine Valley) 

Transportation Mr. Paul Bunn, 910 Hillendale Dr., Wilmington, NC 28412; 395-4477 
(Wilmington First) 

Calvary Rep. Mr. Charles Fox, Sr., 421 1 Park Ave., Wilmington, NC 28403; 799-3781 
(Calvary) 

Education Mr. Ken Haigler, P.O. Box 4108, Wilmington, NC 28406; 762-2000 

(Wrightsville Beach) 



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Respite Home Mrs. Kathy King, 513 N. Channel Dr., Wright sville Beach, NC 28480; 256 
8274 (Wrightsville Beach) 

Properties Mr. Robert Croom, 6924 Murrayville Rd., Wilmington, NC 28405; 335 

4235 (Gibson Avenue) 

Jervay Rep. Mrs. Gail Longnecker (address not to be listed) (Wrightsville Beach) 

Consultant Dr. Roger Price, 3 1 7 Robert E. Lee Dr., Wilmington, NC 284 1 2; 762-6075 

(Southside) 

SWAT Coordinator Ms. Kathryn Larkins, 5017 Clear Run Dr., Wilmington, NC 28403; 791 - 
5341 (WBA) 

Wilm. First Rep. Rev. Jim Everette, 1 5 N. 5th St., Wilmington, NC 28401 ; 763-2471 
(Wilmington, First) 

Camp Ministry Rev. James Jamison, 5 1 5 Clover Rd., Wilmington, NC 28405; 392-7 1 86 
(Hope Mission) 

Youth Consultant Rev. Vance Midgett, 423 N. 23rd St., Wilmington, NC 28405; 792-1 949 
(Calvary) 

BSU Rep. Ms. Mahita Prasad, 3 1 3 A Racine Dr., Wilmington, NC 28403; 3130018 

(BSU) 

Spec. Events Mrs. Mary Margaret Brooks, 414 Stonewall Jackson Dr., Wilmington, NC 
2841 2; 395 1 722 (Wilmington, First) 

Ex Officio Rev. Jerry Lethco, 210 Elisha Dr., Wilmington, NC 28405; 452-2435 

(Calvary) 

MATTHEW 25 COUNCIL 

Chairperson Mr. Jim Robinson, P.O. Box 631, Burgaw, NC 28425; 259 -2165 (Burgaw) 

Development Rev. Ed Bullock, 1 09 W. 1 5th St., Lumberton, NC 28358; 739-6336 
Director (Temple) 

Ex Officio Rev. Jerry Lethco, 2 1 0 Elisha Dr., Wilmington, NC 28405; 452-2435 

(Calvary) 

Ex Officio Mrs. Mary Margaret Brooks, 414 Stonewall Jackson Dr., Wilmington, NC 

28412; 395-1722 (Wilmington, First) 



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Mrs. Bessie Mae Batts, P.O. Box 2295, Surf City, NC 28445; 328-5361 
(Surf City) 

Rev. Elbert Bradshaw, 6334 Myrtle Grove Rd., Wilmington, NC 28409; 
395-6508 (Rocky Point) 

Mr. James Davis 164 Clark's Landing Rd., Rocky Point, NC 28457 
(Riley's Creek) 

Mr. Waitus English, 1071 Old Savannah Rd., Watha, NC 28471; 259- 
7659 (Burgaw) 

Mr. Stanley Farrior, P.O.Box 1056, Burgaw, NC 28425 (Burgaw 
Presbyterian) 

Mr. Onree Fisher, 2812 Princess Place Dr., Wilmington, NC 28405; 
762-8955 (Wilmington, First) 

Rev. Tim Flint, 3025 Weatherby Ct., Wilmington, NC 28405; 313-6857 
(Watha) 

Mr. Eugene Floyd, 473 Longview Rd., Kelly, NC 28448; 283-5603 
(Atkinson) 

Mr. Charles Fox, Sr., 4211 Park Ave., Wilmington, NC 28403; 799- 
3781 (Calvary) 

Ms. Donna Garner, P.O. Box 216, Burgaw, NC 28425; (Atkinson) 

Mr. Mike Geddes, Holly Shelter Harbour, Burgaw, NC 28425 (Burgaw) 

Rev. Harold Hinson, 465 John Humphrey, Burgaw, NC 28425 (Jordan's 
Chapel Methodist) 

Mr. Tommy Horretl, 2826 Graham St., Wilmington, NC 28412 (Sunset 
Park) 

Ms. Adeline Johnson, 2817 Little Kelly Rd., Rocky Point, NC 28457 

Mr. Hal Langley, 2018 Washington St., Wilmington, NC 28401; 763- 
8676 (Sunset Park) 

Mr. Jobe Metts, Rt. 1, Box 17, Kelly, NC 28448; 669-2222 
(Centerville) 

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Rev. Mike Parnell, P. 0. Box 385, Burgaw, NC 28425; 259-4310 
(Burgaw) 

Mrs. Sharon Polley, 84 Bluebird Spur, Burgaw, NC 28425; (Burgaw) 

Mr. Craig Register, 180 A Arlington Dr., Wilmington, NC 28401 
(Ogden) 

Mr. Stanley Rivenbark, 3915 Horse Branch Rd., Watha, NC 28471; 
259-3329 (Forest Hills) 

Rev. Bobby Smith, 205 N. Walker St., Burgaw, NC 28425 (Burgaw 
Methodist) 

Mrs. Eunice Taylor, P.O. Box 482, Burgaw, NC 28425; 259-4972 (Mt. 
Holly) 

Mr. Nathan Teachy, 3319 Penderlea Hwy., Burgaw, NC 28425; 259- 
2627 (Forest Hills) 

Rev. Bert Wheeler, 190 Stag Park Rd., Burgaw, NC 28425; 259-5562 

Mrs. Rita Woods, 131 North Chubb Rd., Willard, NC 28478 

BAPTIST RETIREMENT HOME DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL 

Chairperson Rev. Toddy Fennell, 4830 College Acres Rd., Wilmington, NC 28403; 
791-5291 (Calvary) 

Mr. Admah Lanier, 3925 Scotts Hill Loop Rd., Wilmington, NC 28405; 
686-7695 (Scotts Hill) 

Mr. A.H. Harrell, 215 Northbrook Dr., Wilmington, NC 28405; 791- 
8180 (Ogden) 

Rev. Norman Wheeler, P.O. Box 27, Kelly, NC 28448; 669-2659 
(Centerville) 

Mr. Herbert Fisher, 1951 Brookhaven Rd., Wilmington, NC 28403; 762- 
3351 (Wilmington, First) 

Mr. A.R. Potter, 248 Jeb Stuart Dr., Wilmington, NC 28412; 791-0421 
(Sunset Park) 



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Mr. Chuck Noe, 27 Pipers Neck Rd., Wilmington, NC 28405; (College 
Acres) 

Dr. Richard Corbett, 124 Beagle Trail, Wilmington, NC 28409; 791- 
1835 (Winter Park) 

Mr. Joey Miles, 4602 Talltree Lane, Wilmington, NC 28409; 395-1401 
College Acres) 

Mrs. Elizabeth Holly, 206 N. McNeil St., Burgaw, NC 28425; 2594566 
(Burgaw) 

Mrs. Dixie Wilkins, 4440 Lloyd Ct., Wilmington, NC 28405; 313-1266 
(Wrightsboro) 

Mrs. Eunice Newkirk, Rt. 1, Box 2105, Willard, NC 28478 

Mrs. Gertrude Finch, 325 E. Murray St., Wallace, NC 28466; 285-2087 
(Wallace, First) 

Mrs. Mary Leila Andrews, 1606 Live Oak Pkwy., Wilmington, NC 
28403; 763-8723 (Temple) 

Mr. Elmo Strickland, Rt. 4, Box 164 A, Whiteville, NC 28472 
(Columbus Assoc.) 

Rev. Walter Jones, P.O. Box 157, Whiteville, NC 28472 (Columbus 
Assoc.) 

Rev. Bill Smith, P. 0. Box 80, Supply, NC 28462 (Brunswick Assoc.) 

Rev. Jim Camp, P. 0. Box 712, Warsaw, NC 28398 (Eastern Assoc.) 

Rev. E. J. Hines, 2734 Commerce Rd., Jacksonville, NC 28546 (New 
River Assoc.) 

EX Officio Mr. Harold Seagle, 2205 Waverly Dr., Wilmington, NC 28403; 763 

3404 (Winter Park) 

Ex Officio Rev. Jerry Lethco, 2 1 0 Elisha Dr., Wilmington, NC 28405; 452-2435 

(Calvary) 



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THE ASSOCIATION 
CHURCHES. PASTORS. STAFF AND LEADERS 



ATKINSON: P. O. Box 368, Atkinson, NC 28421; 283-7140 

PASTOR: Rev. Douglas Warnock, P.O. Box 115, Atkinson, NC 28421; 283-9274 
MUSIC DIRECTOR: Mrs. Ruth B. Dawson, P.O. Box 277, Atkinson, NC 28421; 
283-5827 

SECRETARY: Mrs. Sophia K. Floyd, 473 Longview Rd., Kelly, NC 28448; 283-5603 
ORGANIST: Mrs. Ruth B. Dawson, P.O. Box 277, Atkinson, NC 28421; 283-5827 
S.S. DIRECTOR: Mr. Doyle C. Retherford, 80 Longview Rd., Kelly, NC 28448; 283-5457 
WMU DIRCTOR: Mrs. Sophia K. Floyd, 473 Longview Rd., Kelly, NC 28448; 283-5603 
DEACON CHM: Mr. Wiley Green, Atkinson, NC 28421; 283-7283 
CHURCH TREASURER: Mrs. Cindy H. Henry, 18516 NC Hwy. 210 E., Ivanhoe, NC 
28447; 669-2783 

STEWARDSHIP CHM: Mr. Dalton Downing, 5270 Slocum Trail, Atkinson, NC 28421; 
283-5524 

CHURCH CLERK: Mrs. Sophia K. Floyd, 473 Longview Rd., Kelly, NC 28448; 
283-5603 

BARLOW-VISTA: 22340 US Hwy. 17 N., Hampstead, NC 28443; 329-3761 
PASTOR: Rev. Tim Evans, 22410 US Hwy. 17 N., Hampstead, NC 28443; 329-0310 
MUSIC DIRECTOR: Mr. Robert Hudson, 250 Old Landing Rd., Hampstead, NC 28443; 
329-3291 

SECRETARY: Mrs. Debbie Edens, 948 Edens Lane, Hampstead, NC 28443; 270-2288 
ORGANIST: Ms. Myra Rochelle, 1865 Hwy. 210 E., Hampstead, NC 28443; 329-3681 
PIANIST: Mrs. Stephanie Ottaway, 108 S. Belvedere Dr., Hampstead, NC 28443; 
270-3604 

S.S. DIRECTOR: Mrs. Debbie Edens, 948 Edens Lane, Hampstead, NC 28443; 270-2288 
DEACON CHM: Mr. Donald Oneil, 786 Hwy. 210 W., Hampstead, NC 28443; 270-4795 
CHURCH TREASURER: Ms. Helen English, 394 Batson Rd., Hampstead, NC 28443; 
329-9301 

CHURCH CLERK: Mrs. Stephanie Ottaway, 108 S. Belvedere Dr., Hampstead, NC 
28443; 270-3604 

BEAR BRANCH: 3175 Blueberry Rd., Currie, NC 28435 
PASTOR: Rev. Douglas Fairfax, 1 149 Queen's Way N.E., Leland, NC 28451; 253-5944 
PIANIST: Mrs. Eusely Horrell, 5535 Hwy. 421 N., Currie, NC 28435; 259-4896 
S.S. DIRECTOR. Mr. Tony Fontana, 27 Back Rd., Currie, NC 28435; 283-5710 
BROTHERHOOD DIR: Mr. Jeff Hartman, 2465 Blueberry Rd., Currie, NC 28435; 
283-5862 

WMU DIRECTOR: Mrs. Elsie Miles, 433 Saddle Ridge Rd., Currie, NC 28435; 283-5028 
CHURCH TREASURER: Mrs. Tressie Moore, P.O. Box 206, Currie, NC 28435; 283-7203 
CHURCH CLERK: Mrs. Ann Hicks, 205 Riverland Dr., Currie, NC 28435; 283-5036 

BETHLEHEM: 32970 NC Hwy. 210, Currie, NC 

PASTOR: Rev. David Knowles, 500 Watha Rd., Watha 28471; 253-5944 

BURGAW: P. O. Box 385, Burgaw, NC 28425; 259-4310 

PASTOR: Rev. Mike Parnell, P.O. Box 385; Burgaw, NC 28425; 259-8062 

MUSIC MINISTER: Mrs. Jennings Trawick, P. O. Box 956, Burgaw, NC 28425; 259-2904 



YOUTH MINISTER: Miss Jennifer Mathews, 105 Browning Dr., Rocky Point, NC 
28457; 675-1342 

MISSION PASTOR: Rev. Lawrence Otarola, P. O. Box 385, Burgaw, NC 28425; 
259-4310 

SECRETARY: Mrs. Donna Corbett, 603 Lee Dr., Burgaw, NC 28425; 259-5379 
SECRETARY: Ms. Lynne Williams, P.O. Box 715, Burgaw, NC 28425; 259-71 14 
ORGANIST: Mrs. Jennings J. Trawick, P.O. Box 956, Burgaw, NC 28425; 259-2904 
PIANIST: Mrs. Patsy Geddes, 1360 Holly Shelter Rd., Burgaw, NC 28425; 259-5772 
S.S. DIRECTOR: Mr. Kenny Barnhill, P.O. Box 1325, Burgaw, NC 28425; 259-3647 
WMU DIRECTOR: Ms. Priscilla Tyree, 480 Cove Rd., Burgaw, NC 28425; 259-9254 
DEACON CHM: Mr. Jim Robinson, P.O. Box 631, Burgaw. NC 28425; 259-2165 
CHURCH TREASURER: Ms. Betsy Chestnutt, 1611 Henry Brown Rd, Burgaw, NC 
28425; 259-5437 

CHURCH CLERK: Ms. Barbara Meadows, P.O. Box 842, Burgaw, NC 28425; 259-9621 

CALVARY: 423 N. 23rd St., Wilmington, NC 28405; 762-5608 

PASTOR: Dr. Bill Bennett (INTERIM), 318 RL Honeycutt Dr., Wilmington, NC 28412; 
452-9384 

MUSIC MINISTER: Rev. C.L. King, 233 Jeb Stuart Dr., Wilmington, NC 28412; 
799-6251 

ASSSOCIATE PASTOR: Rev. Vance Midgett, 2123 Klein Rd., Wilmington, NC 28405; 
343-8962 

MISSION PASTOR: Rev. Abraham Ho, 2237 White Rd., Wilmington, NC 28405; 
799-6808 

EDUCATION MINISTER: Mrs. Katherine Godwin, 2426 Belvedere Dr.,Wilmington, NC 
28405; 762-5128 

YOUTH MINISTER: Rev. Vance Midgett, 2123 Klein Rd., Wilmington, NC 28405; 
343-8962 

CHILDREN'S DIR: Mrs. Lea Anne Bayless, 5406 Cross Creek Rd., Wilmington, NC 
28405; 791-6545 

PRESCHOOL DIR: Mrs. Jennifer Gurganious, 2203 Winter Moss Lane, Wilmington, NC 
28403; 350-3568 

RECREATION DIR: Mr. Mickey Ramer, 112 Whitman Ave., Castle Hayne, NC 28429; 
763-1928 

SECRETARY: Mrs. Ruth Lehrschall, 2712 Chestnut St., Wilmington, NC 28405; 
763-0954 

SECRETARY: Mrs. Christine Grey, 9214 Vedra Lane, Leland, NC 28451; 371-6949 
MEDIA DIR: Mr. Shelton Boone, 4625 Riplee Dr., Wilmington, NC 28405; 799-5048 
ORGANIST: Mr. Bob Hood, 3523 Lakevvood Place, Wilmington, NC 28409; 799-4478 
PIANIST: Mrs. Lorri Richey, 21 1 Fairford Rd., Castle Hayne, NC 28429; 675- 1 604 
S.S. DIRECTOR: Mr. David Elliott, 210 Colony Circle, Wilmington, NC 28409; 
799-9066 

D.T. DIRECTOR: Mrs. Katherine Godwin, 2426 Belvedere Dr., Wilmington, NC 28405; 
762-5128 

BROTHERHOOD DIR: Mr. Ron Whitman, 3413 Wilshire Blvd., Wilmington, NC 28403; 
WMU DIRECTOR: Mrs. Elma Boone, 4625 Riplee Dr., Wilmington, NC 28405; 
799-5048 

CHURCH TREASURER: Mr. Frank Cavenaugh, 3406 Oakley Circle, Castle Hayne, NC 
28429; 763-3770 

STEWARDSHIP CHM: Mr. John Maisenhelder, 4741 Wedgefield Dr., Wilmington, NC 
28409; 452-7195 



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CHURCH CLERK: Mrs. Clarice McLean, 214 Station Rd., Wilmington, NC 28405; 
791-5397 

PRAYER COORD: Mrs. Mildred Lancaster, 418 Buccaneer Rd., Wilmington, NC 28409; 
791-1826 

CALVARY CHINESE MISSION: 423 N. 23rd St., Wilmington, NC 28405; 762-5608 
PASTOR: Rev. Abraham Ho, 2237 White Rd., Wilmington, NC 28405; 799-6808 

CANETUCK: Rt. 1, Box 90, Currie, NC 28435 

PASTOR: Rev. Billy Moore, 509 E. Church St., Atkinson, NC 28421; 283-9594 

CAROLINA BEACH. FIRST: 409 N. Lake Park Blvd., Carolina Beach, NC 28428; 
458-5134 

PASTOR: Rev. Ronald B. Poythress, 800 Cape Fear Blvd., Carolina Beach, NC 28428; 
458-8119 

MUSIC MINISTER: Rev. Clyde Case, Jr., 226 Brookview Rd., Wilmington, NC 28409; 
392-0955 

SECRETARY: Ms. Kathleen M. Oliver, 414 Monroe Ave., Carolina Beach, NC 28428; 
458-5134 

MEDIA DIR: Ms. Nyllia Mann, 905 S. 6th St., Carolina Beach, NC 28428; 458-9121 
ORGANIST: Mrs. Virginia Moore, 1318 Burnett Rd., Wilmington, NC 28409; 452-5050 
PIANIST: Mrs. Betty P. Rowe, 348 Brenda Dr., Wilmington, NC 28409; 791-01 13 
S.S. DIRECTOR: Mrs. Matti Eason, 908 Carolina Sands Dr., Carolina Beach, NC 28428; 
458-4664 

BROTHERHOOD DIR: Mr. Ronald Bridges, Sea Colony 33-A, Carolina Beach, NC 
28428; 458-3903 

WMU DIRECTOR: Mrs. Jane Hatcher, P.O. Box 1656, Carolina Beach, NC 28428; 
458-9407 

DEACON CHM: Mr. W E. Creech, P.O. Box 336, Carolina Beach, NC 28428; 458-5396 
CHURCH TREASURER: Mr. Steve Bowman, 840 Settlers Lane, Kure Beach, NC 28449; 
458-5317 

STEWARDSHIP CHM: Mr. Steve Bowman, 840 Settlers Lane, Kure Beach, NC 28449; 
458-5317 

EVANGELISM CHM: Mr. Jerry D. Sides, 223 Georgia Ave., Carolina Beach, NC 28428; 
458-4245 

CHURCH CLERK: Ms. Connie Lowe, 1715 Bonito Lane, Carolina Beach, NC 28428; 
458-3527 

CASTLE HAYNE: 4535 Parmele Rd., Castle Hayne, NC 28429; 675-0586 
PASTOR: Rev. Billy Fowler, 1 15 Dixie Dr., Leland, NC 28451; 371-9951 
MUSIC DIRECTOR: Ms. Brenda Horrell, 5916 Blossom Rd., Castle Hayne, NC 28429; 
675-0985 

ASSOCIATE PASTOR: Rev. Gregg Newton, 15 Ballard Dr., Castle Hayne, NC 28429; 
75-1701 

YOUTH MINISTER: Rev. David Phillipi, 106 Old Mill Rd., Castle Hayne, NC 28429; 
675-0922 

SECRETARY: Mrs. Sonya Blackburn, Rt. 1, Box 197, Currie, NC 28435; 259-3130 
MEDIA DIRECTOR: Ms. Linda Biddle, P.O. Box 636, Rocky Point, NC 28457 
PIANIST: Mr. Michael Sellers, 2709 Castle Hayne Rd., Wilmington, NC 28401; 763-2395 
S.S. DIRECTOR. Mr. Art Ricks, 505 Old Plantation Rd., Rocky Point, NC 28457; 
452-2103 



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D.T. DIRECTOR: Mr. Scott Fowler, 905 Gordon Woods, Wilmington, NC 28405; 
452-3095 

BROTHERHOOD DIR: Mr. Mike Blackburn, Rt. 1, Box 197, Currie, NC 28435; 
259-3103 

WMU DIRECTOR: Mrs. Rachel Powell, P.O. Box 636, Rocky Point, NC 28457; 
675-9722 

DEACON CHM: Mr. Tommy Malpass, 3112 Malpass Ave., Wilmington, NC 28403; 
763-5722 

CHURCH TREASURER: Mrs. Sonya Blackburn, Rt. 1, Box 197, Currie, NC 28435; 
259-3103 

EVANGELISM CHM: Mr. Buddy Garner, 5304 Castle Hayne Rd., Castle Hayne, NC 
28429; 675-0290 

CHURCH CLERK: Ms. Retha Baker, 95 Blossom Rd., Rocky Point, NC 28457; 
675-8258 

CENTERV1LLE: P.O. Box 27, Kelly, NC 28448; 669-2293 

PASTOR: Rev. Norman Wheeler, P.O. Box 27, Kelly, NC 28448; 669-2659 
MUSIC DIRECTOR: Mr. Kenneth Thornton, 16620 E. NC Hwy. 53, Kelly, NC 28448; 
669-2854 

RECREATION DIR: Ms. Eleanor Pridgen, 20493 E. NC Hwy. 53, Kelly, NC 28448; 
669-2707 

SECRETARY: Mrs. Cathy Thornton, 16620 E. NC Hwy. 53, Kelly, NC 28448; 
669-2854 

MEDIA DIRECTOR: Ms. Maude S. Smith, 18582 E. NC Hwy. 53, Kelly, NC 28448; 
669-2768 

ORGANIST: Ms. Darlie Norris, 24161 NC Hwy. 210, Kelly, NC 28448; 669-2523 
PIANIST: Mr. Harry M. Corbett, 352 French's Creek Church Rd., Kelly, NC 28448; 
S.S. DIRECTOR: Mr. Steve Squires, 18021 E. NC Hwy. 53, Kelly, NC 28448; 
669-2075 

BROTHERHOOD DIR: Mr. Steve Squires, 18021 E. NC Hwy. 53, Kelly, NC 28448; 
669-2075 

WMU DIRECTOR: Mrs. Cathy Thornton, 16620 E. NC Hwy. 53, Kelly, NC 28448; 
669-2854 

DEACON CHM: Mr. Kenneth Thornton, 16620 E. NC Hwy. 53, Kelly, NC 28448; 
669-2854 

CHURCH TREASURER: Mr. Jobe Metis, 17331 E. NC Hwy. 53, Kelly, NC 28448; 
669-2222 

CHURCH CLERK: Mrs. Maude S. Smith, 18582 E. NC Hwy. 53, Kelly, NC 28448; 
669-2768 

CHARITY: 340 Covil Ave., Wilmington, NC 28403; 762-4501 

PASTOR. Rev. Roland Dauphinais, 2104 Wisteria Dr., Wilmington, NC 28401; 
762-7457 

COLLEGE ACRES: 702 Eastwood Rd., Wilmington, NC 28403; 799-3773 

PASTOR: Rev. JeffNichols, 7100 Crabwalk Ct., Wilmington, NC 28405; 799-7495 
MUSIC MINISTER: Rev. Bill Batten, 922 Spring Valley Rd., Wilmington, NC 28405; 
392-4972 

ASSOCIATE PASTOR: Rev. Bill Batten, 922 Spring Valley Rd., Wilmington, NC 28405; 
392-4972 



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EDUCATION DIRECTOR: Mr. John Rogers, 520-D Mill Creek, Wilmington, NC 28403; 
397-02257 

YOUTH MINISTER: Mr. Mike Ashcraft, 3304 Brucemont Dr., Wilmington, NC 28405; 
452-7454 

VISITATION MINISTER: Rev. David Stewart, 106 Buccaneer Rd., Wilmington, NC 
28409; 392-0942 

SECRETARY: Mrs. Delores Milliken, 305 Spartan Rd., Wilmington, NC 28405; 
799-3295 

SECRETARY: Mrs. Dottie Jung, 8612 Hammock Dunes Dr., Wilmington, NC 28405; 
686-4994 

PIANIST: Mrs. Jean Kraus, 334 Cabbage Inlet Lane, Wilmington, NC 28409; 791-5676 
S.S. DIRECTOR: Mr. Ken Nelson, 230 Tanbridge Rd., Wilmington, NC 28405; 
799-1863 

WMU DIRECTOR: Mrs. Ercele Clemmons, 5021 Pine Needles Dr., Wilmington NC 
28403; 791-5411 

DEACON CUM: Mr. Ray Richardson, 5518 Captains Lane, Wilmington, NC 28409; 
791-4182 

CHURCH TREASURER: Mr. Bill Brewer, 121 S. Cardinal Dr., Wilmington, NC 28403; 
799-7818 

STEWARDSHIP CHM: Mr. Charlie Ruffin, 213 Bretonshire Rd., Wilmington NC 28405; 
799-4661 

CHURCH CLERK: Mrs. Sue Ann Ruffin, 213 Bretonshire Rd., Wilmington, NC 28405; 
799-4661 

EVANGELISTIC: 620 Inlet Acres Dr., Wilmington, NC 28412; 452-0480 

PASTOR: Rev. Greg Noland, 620 Inlet Acres Dr., Wilmington, NC 28412; 452-0480 
SECRETARY: Mrs. Mary Noland, 620 Inlet Acres Dr., Wilmington, NC 28412; 

452-0480 
PIANIST: Mrs. Mary Noland 

CHURCH CLERK: Mrs. Mary Noland, 620 Inlet Acres Dr., Wilmington, NC 28412; 
452-0480 

FOREST HILLS: 271 1 Penderlea Hwy., Burgaw, NC 28425; 259-2286 

PASTOR: Rev. Mark Fuss, 271 1 Penderlea Hwy., Burgaw, NC 28425; 259-6821 
MUSIC DIRECTOR: Ms. Becky Henderson, 4975 Bell Williams Rd., Currie, NC 28435; 
283-5333 

MEDIA DIRECTOR: Ms. Amy Teachey, 3319 Penderlea Hwy., Burgaw, NC 28425; 
259-2627 

PIANIST: Mrs. Rebecca Keech, 12121 Hwy. 53 E., Maple Hill, NC 28425; 259-1900 
S.S. DIRECTOR: Mr. Nathan Teachey, 3319 Penderlea Hwy., Burgaw, NC 28425; 
259-2627 

D.T. DIRECTOR: Rev. Mark Fuss, 271 1 Penderlea Hwy., Burgaw, NC 28425; 259-6821 
BROTHERHOOD DIR: Mr. Willie Pierce, 1275 Penderlea Hwy., Burgaw, NC 28425; 
259-2917 

WMU DIRECTOR: Ms. Maxine English, 1721 Highsmith Rd., Burgaw, NC 28425; 
259-5438 

DEACON CHM: Mr. Ronald Batts, 94 Old Savannah Rd.„ Burgaw, NC 28425; 259-2940 
CHURCH TREASURER: Mr.Haywood Cox, 407 Bennett St., Burgaw, NC 28425; 
259-3260 

CHURCH CLERK: Ms. Patsy Bolick, 2525 Penderlea Hwy., Burgaw, NC 28425; 
259-4820 

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PRAYER CHM: Mr. Jimmy English, 1 72 1 Highsmith Rd., Burgaw, NC 28425; 259-5428 

FREEDOM: 802 N. College Rd., Wilmington, NC 28405; 799-4898 
PASTOR: 

MUSIC MINISTER: Rev. Randy Speight, 6209 Strawfield Dr., Wilmington, NC 28405; 
392-9295 

EDUCATION MINISTER: Rev. Randy Speight, 6209 Strawfield Dr., Wilmington, NC 
28405; 392-9295 

YOUTH MINISTER: Mr. Dodd Mays, 2064 N. Kerr Ave., Wilmington, NC 28405; 
452-9264 

SECRETARY: Ms. Judith Blanton, 510 Cobblestone Dr., Wilmington, NC 28405; 
791-9572 

MEDIA DIRECTOR: Mrs. Carole Farrow, 1352 Navaho Trail, Wilmington, NC 28409; 
799-7541 

ORGANIST: Mrs. Martha Brown, 118 Albemarle Rd., Wilmington, NC 28405; 799-8787 
PIANIST: Mrs. Rita Raynor, 1862 Loganberry Rd., Wilmington, NC 28405; 791-9789 
S.S. DIRECTOR: Mr. Harry Fields, 804 Spring Branch Rd., Wilmington, NC 28405; 
395-2022 

WMU DIRECTOR: Mrs. Carole Farrow, 1352 Navaho Trail, Wilmington, NC 28409; 
799-7541 

DEACON CHM: Mr. Brent Morton, 105 Christy Circle, Wilmington, NC 28405; 
686-9030 

CHURCH TREASURER: Mrs. Jackie Beaulieu, 1222 Spring Branch Rd., Wilmington, 
NC 28405; 395-1171 

STEWARDSHIP CHM: Mrs. Sherry Sutton, 145 Brookgreen Rd., Castle Hayne, 28429; 
675-3857 

CHURCH CLERK: Mrs. Ann Willard, 1231 Potomac Ct., Wilmington, NC 28405; 
791-2147 

GIBSON AVENUE: 2112 Gibson Ave., Wilmington, NC 28403; 763-2658 

PASTOR: Rev. Bill Dixon, 2112 Gibson Ave., Wilmington, NC 28403; 762-9776 
MUSIC DIRECTOR: Mr. Robert Croom, 6924 Murrayville Rd., Wilmington, NC 28405; 
395-4253 

YOUTH DIRECTOR: Mrs. Marilyn Bohon, 3801 Gillette Dr., Wilmington, NC 28403; 
392-2620 

ORGANIST: Mrs. Marilyn Bohon, 3801 Gillette Dr., Wilmington, NC 28403; 392-2620 
PIANIST: Ms. Donna Jackson, 218 Dixie Ave., Wilmington, NC 28403; 791-3505 
S.S. DIRECTOR: Mrs. Shirley Pigford, 9 Pelican Point, Wilmington, NC 28409; 
799-1030 

D.T. DIRECTOR: Mrs. Debbie Stephens, 1410 Castle St., Wilmington, NC 28401; 
343-1176 

BROTHERHOOD DIR: Mr. Robert Croom, 6924 Murrayville Rd., Wilmington, NC 
28405; 395-4253 

WMU DIRECTOR: Ms. Susan McLean, 214 Station Rd., Wilmington, NC 28405; 
791-5398 

DEACON CHM: Mr. Robert Croom, 6924 Murrayville Rd., Wilmington, NC 28405; 
395-4253 

CHURCH TREASURER: Mrs. June Taylor, 2222 Gibson Ave., Wilmington, NC 28403; 
763-1550 

STEWARDSHIP CHM: Mr. Charles Duncan, 4822 West Rye Lane, Wilmington, NC 
28405; 791-3802 



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CHURCH CLERK: Mrs. June Taylor, 2222 Gibson Ave., Wilmington, NC 28403; 
763-1550 



GREENFIELD: P.O. Box 4174, Wilmington, NC 28406; 762-1830 

PASTOR: Dr. Dan Bennett, 6605 Myrtle Grove Rd., Wilmington, NC 28409; 799-7776 
MUSIC DIRECTOR: Mrs. Ethel Tartt, 217 Alexander Place, Wilmington, NC 28405; 
686-9751 

SECRETARY: Ms. Linda Brown, 897 Lanvale Rd., Leland, NC 28451 
PIANIST: Ms. Dorothy Mintz, 124 Mendenhall Dr., Wilmington, NC 28405; 686-4786 
S.S. DIRECTOR: Mr. Paul Tartt, Sr., 217 Alexander Place, Wilmington, NC 28405; 
686-9751 

D.T. DIRECTOR: Mr. James Pittman, 210 El Ogden Dr., Wilmington, NC 28405; 
686-0736 

BROTHERHOOD DIR: Mr. Jody Craven, 328 Calhoun Dr., Wilmington, NC 28412; 
791-8233 

WMU DIRECTOR: Ms. Josephine Home, 300 Old 87 Rd., Riegelwood, NC 28456; 
655-4816 

DEACON CHM: Mr. James Pittman, 210 El Ogden Dr., Wilmington, NC 28405; 
686-0736 

CHURCH TREASURER: Ms. Mary Towles, 5829 Watermill Way, Wilmington, NC 
28409; 791-5314 

CHURCH CLERK: Ms. Linda Brown, 897 Lanvale Rd., Leland, NC 28451 

HAMPSTEAD: P. O. Box 1 199, Hampstead, NC 28443; 270-3307 

PASTOR: Rev. Melvin C. Hall, 146 Lafayette St., Wilmington, NC 28405; 686-4455 
MUSIC DIRECTOR: Mrs. BrendaTrott, 1677 Washington Acres Rd., Hampstead, NC 
28443; 270-3422 

YOUTH MINISTER: Mr. Garrett Grimshaw, 80 Winnie Pearl Lane, Hampstead, NC 
28443; 270-1 197 

CHILDREN'S DIR: Mrs. Paula Toppings, 322 Brickyard Rd., Hampstead, NC 28443; 
270-005 1 

SECRETARY: Mrs. Libby Millis, 4404 Shaw Hwy , Rocky Point, NC 28457; 602-3205 
ORGANIST: Mrs. Brenda Trott, 1677 Washington Acres Rd., Hampstead, NC 28443; 
270-3422 

PIANIST: Mrs. Deborah Bell, 10121 Hwy. 210 W., Rocky Point, NC 28457; 675-8525 
S.S. DIRECTORS: Louise & Carl Overman, 220 McGregor Rd., Castle Hayne, NC 28429; 
675-0368 

D.T. DIRECTOR: Mr. Tim Chase, 649 Bay Harbor Dr., Hampstead, NC 28443; 270-2149 
BROTHERHOOD DIR: Mr. Dale Flick, 160 Topsail Greens Dr., Hampstead, NC 28443; 
270-9762 

WMU DIRECTOR: Ms. Betsy Lanier, 881 Wildwood Circle, Hampstead, NC 28443; 
270-9577 

DEACON CHM: Mr. Tim Chase, 649 Bay Harbor Dr., Hampstead, NC 28443; 270-2149 
CHURCH TREASURER: Mrs. Libby Millis, 4404 Shaw Hwy., Rocky Point, NC 28457; 
602-3205 

STEWARDSHIP CHM: Mr. Rick Ketchum, 560 Olde Point Rd., Hampstead, NC 28443; 
270-2156 

CHURCH CLERK. Ms. Mary Spiller, P.O. Box 216, Hampstead, NC 28443; 270-2616 



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HAW BLUFF: 25577 Hvvy. 210, Kelly, NC 28448; 669-2194 

PASTOR: Rev. Robert Compton, 25577 Hwy. 210 E., Kelly, NC 28448; 669-2965 
MUSIC DIRECTOR: Mr. Gregg English, Hwy. 210, Ivanhoe, NC 28447; 669-2465 
SECRETARY: Ms. Cheryl Squires, Hwy. 210, Ivanhoe, NC 28447; 669-2850 
ORGANIST: Mrs. Clara Parker, P.O. Box 28, Kelly, NC 28448; 669-2527 
PIANIST: Ms. Cindy Barnhill, 20999 E. Hwy. 210, Ivanhoe, NC 28447; 669-2926 
S.S. DIRECTOR: Mr. Dwight Horrell, Hwy. 210 E., Ivanhoe, NC 28447; 669-2591 
WMU DIRECTOR: Ms. Jan Horrell, 21075 Hwy. 210 E., Ivanhoe, NC 28447; 669-2591 
DEACON CHM: Mr. D.L. Parker, P.O. Box 28, Kelly, NC 28448; 669-2527 
CHURCH TREASURER: Mrs. Clara Parker, P. O. Box 28, Kelly, NC 28448; 669-2527 

HOPE MISSION: 1401 Greenfield St., Wilmington, NC; 28403; 762-1890 

PASTOR: Rev. James Jamison, 515 Clover Rd., Wilmington, NC 28405; 392-7186 
SECRETARY: Mrs. Jewanta Jamison, 515 Clover Rd., Wilmington, NC 28405; 392-7186 
S.S. DIRECTOR: Mr. Joe Winborne, 1401 Greenfield St., Wilmington, NC 28403 
WMU DIRECTOR: Mrs. Marie Griffin, 1401 Greenfield St., Wilmington, NC 28403 

IVANHOE: 3550 Ivanhoe Rd., Ivanhoe, NC 28447; 532-4225 

PASTOR: Rev. Charles Flynn, 148 Cemetery Rd., Delco, NC 28436; 655-2652 
MUSIC DIRECTOR: Mr. William R. Moore, 3364 Ivanhoe Rd., Ivanhoe, NC 28447; 
532-4291 

SECRETARY: Ms. Lorraine O. Moore, 3550 Ivanhoe Rd., Ivanhoe, NC 28447; 532-4225 
PIANIST: Ms. Laura M. Lockamy, 3352 TayIor;s Bridge Hwy., Clinton, NC 28328; 
590-3153 

S.S. DIRECTOR: Mr. William Leroy Sykes, II, P.O. Box 124, Ivanhoe, NC 28447: 
532-4957 

DEACON CHM: Mr. William Leroy Sykes, II, P. O. Box 124, Ivanhoe, NC 28447; 
532-4957 

CHURCH TREASURER: Ms. Lorraine O. Moore, 3550 Ivanhoe Rd., Ivanhoe, NC 28447; 
532-4225 

PRAYER CHM: Ms. Ruth Jones, 211 Eddie L. Jones Rd., Ivanhoe, NC 28447; 532-4226 

KURE BEACH. FIRST: P. O. Box 99, Kure Beach, NC 28449; 458-5074 
PASTOR: Dr. Joseph Peterson, 202 S. 6th St., Kure Beach, NC 28449; 458-5561 
MUSIC DIRECTOR: Mrs. Betty Faley, P.O. Box 304, Kure Beach, NC 28449; 458-8965 
YOUTH DIRECTOR: Mrs. Susan Ramsey, 230 Richelieu Rd., Wilmington, NC 28412; 
799-7265 

RECREATION DIR: Mrs. Janice Morgan, 202 Rockledge Rd., Wilmington, NC 28412; 
395-5567 

SECRETARY: Mrs. Gennene Klutz, P.O. Box 383, Carolina Beach, NC 28428; 458-5260 
PIANIST: Ms. Linda Flowers, P.O. Box 155, Kure Beach, NC 28449; 458-8107 
S.S. DIRECTOR: Mrs. Audrey Teague, P.O. Box 465, Kure Beach, NC 28449; 458-3550 
DEACON CHM: Mr. Doug Faley, P.O. Box 304, Kure Beach, NC 28449; 458-8965 
CHURCH TREASURER: Mrs. Gennene Klutz, P.O. Box 383, Carolina Beach, NC 28428; 
458-5260 

CHURCH CLERK: Mrs. Nancy P. Helms, P.O. Box 194, Kure Beach, NC 28449; 
458-9894 



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LAKE FOREST: 1626 Lake Branch Dr., Wilmington, NC 28401; 763-4078 

PASTOR: Dr. Ralph E. Holt, Jr., 1502 Parmele Dr., Wilmington, NC 28401; 762-2391 
MUSIC MINISTER: Rev. Jim Plummer, 43 Lake Forest Pkwy., Wilmington, NC 28401; 
763-4078 

ASSOCIATE PASTOR: Rev. Jim Plummer, 43 Lake Forest Pkwy., Wilmington, NC 
28401; 763-4078 

YOUTH MINISTER: Rev. Jim Plummer, 43 Lake Forest Pkwy., Wilmington, NC 28401; 
763-4078 

SECRETARY: Mrs. Nancy M. Brown, 21 17 E. Lake Shore Dr., Wilmington, NC 28401; 
763-9580 

MEDIA DIRECTOR: Miss Patricia Wyckoff, 701 Jennings Dr.„ Wilmington, NC 28403; 
799-0381 

ORGANIST: Ms. Linda Cole, 5442 Sidbury Rd., Castle Hayne, NC 28429; 675-0594 
PIANIST: Miss Patricia Wyckoff, 701 Jennings Dr., Wilmington, NC 28403; 799-0381 
S.S. DIRECTOR: Mr. O.J. Atkinson, Jr., 1718 N. Kerr Ave., Wilmington, NC 28405; 
799-6426 

D.T. DIRECTOR: Mrs Libby Jacobs, 2723 Worth Dr., Wilmington, NC 28412; 799-7055 
BROTHERHOOD DIR: Mr. Brian Pettus, 208 Green Meadows Dr., Wilmington, NC 
28405; 452-5071 

WMU DIRECTOR: Mrs. Dorothy Powell, 3728 Nw Colony Dr., Wilmington, NC 28412; 
791-1836 

DEACON CHM: Mr. Rodney Pearson, 717 Windemere Rd., Wilmington, NC 28405; 
395-5812 

CHURCH TREASURER: Mrs. Joyce Norment, 519 Jennings Dr., Wilmington, NC 28403; 
799-0271 

CHURCH CLERK: Mrs. Kay Lunceford, 3820 Sondey Rd., Castle Hayne, NC 28429; 
675-3729 

LONG CREEK: 5131 Malpass Corner Rd., Burgaw, NC 28425; 283-7878 

PASTOR: Dr. David Peterson, 2107 Oakley Rd., Castle Hayne, NC 28429; 763-1287 
MUSIC DIRECTOR: Ms. Alice Moore, 343 Gail Rd., Willard, NC 28478; 285-2552 
SECRETARY: Mrs. Hattie White, 9888 US Hwy. 421., Currie, NC 28435; 259-2683 
ASST. SECRETARY: Ms. Martha Garber, 431 1 Pineywoods Rd., Watha, NC 28471; 
259-5339 

S.S. DIRECTOR: Mr. Al Paquette, 5581 Herring Chapel Rd., Rocky Point, NC 28457; 
259-5121 

BROTHERHOOD DIR: Mr. Lee Tatum, 12351 US Hwy. 421, Burgaw, NC 28425; 
283-5611 

DEACON CHM: Mr. Lee Tatum, 12351, US Hwy. 421, Burgaw, NC 28425; 283-561 1 
CHURCH TREASURER: Ms. Joyce Kelly, 12670 US Hwy. 421, Burgaw, NC 28425; 
283-5559 

CHURCH CLERK: Ms. Martha H. Garber, 431 1 Pineywoods Rd., Watha, NC 28471; 
259-5339 

LONG LEA F: 3 1 7 Shipyard Blvd., Wilmington, NC 28412; 763-2479 

PASTOR: Rev. Eugene Ridley, 6314 Stearman Ct., Wilmington, NC 28409; 350-6994 
MUSIC MINISTER: Rev. Rick Gilley, 413 Northern Blvd., Wilmington, NC 28401; 
251-0424 

RECREATION DIR: Rev. Hugh Folds, 261 1 Willow St., Wilmington, NC 28405; 
762-2354 

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YOUTH DIRECTOR: Mr. Andy Waters, 4308 Mabry Ct., Wilmington, NC 28405; 
395-6341 

SECRETARY: Ms. Joanie Edge, 7036 Orchard Trace Dr., Wilmington, NC 28409; 
799-6650 

SECRETARY: Ms. Dorenda Long, 304 Embassy Circle, Wilmington, NC 28412; 
ORGANIST: Ms. Wanda Edwards, 5089 Edinboro Lane, Wilmington, NC 28409; 
395-2168 

PIANIST: Ms. Lisa Robinson, 7803 Fisher Lane, Wilmington, NC 28412; 452-1267 
S.S. DIRECTOR: Mr. Jerry Willetts, 117 Rutledge Dr., Wilmington, NC 28412; 791-8621 
D.T. DIRECTOR: Rev. Hugh Folds, 261 1 Willow St., Wilmington, NC 28405; 762-2354 
BROTHERHOOD DIR: Mr. Robert Flynn, 4122 US Hwy. 421, Currie, NC 28435; 
283-5546 

WMU DIRECTOR: Ms. Dorenda Long, 304 Embassy Circle, Wilmington, NC 28412; 
799-5021 

DEACON CHM: Mr. Jim Coates, 213 Oakhurst Rd., Wilmington, NC 28409; 395-5906 
CHURCH TREASURER: Rev. Rick Gilley, 413 Northern Blvd., Wilmington, NC 28401; 
251-0424 

CHURCH CLERK: Ms. Heneritta Byrd, 4624 Song Sparrow Ct., Wilmington, NC 28412; 
395-5239 

MARKETPLACE FELLOWSHIP: 164 Castle Hayne Rd., C-A, Wilmington, NC 28401; 
815-0440 

PASTOR: Dr. Allen McKeithan, 6914 Masonboro Sound Rd., Wilmington, NC 28409; 
799-3982 

ASSOCIATE PASTOR: Rev. Rocky Myrick, 6218 Mallard St., Wilmington, NC 28403; 
395-0207 

YOUTH MINISTER: Rev. Rocky Myrick, 6218 Mallard St., Wilmington, NC 28403; 
395-0207 

EDUCATION DIR: Mr. Bobby Fowler, 103 W. Kilarny Rd., Wilmington, NC 28409; 
452-0986 

CHILDREN'S DIR: Ms. Dawn Singletary, 210 Rockwell Rd., Wilmington, NC 28405; 
395-2843 

RECREATION DIR: Mr. Rusty Kling, 206 Northbrook Dr., Wilmington, NC 28405; 
392-0617 

MASONBORO: 1501 Beasley Rd., Wilmington, NC 28409; 395-0343 

PASTOR: Rev. Gordon A. Wright, Jr., 5420 Dawning Creek Way, Wilmington, NC 
28409; 395-4506 

MUSIC MINISTER: Dr. Ron Glover, 3804 Doe Clearing Ct., Wilmington, NC 28409; 
395-5824 

ASSOCIATE PASTOR: Dr. Ron Glover, 3804 Doe Clearing Ct., Wilmington, NC 28409; 
395-5824 

EDUCATION MINISTER: Dr. Ron Glover, 3804 Doe Clearing Ct., Wilmington, NC 
28409; 395-5824 

SECRETARY: Mrs. Carolyn Sneeden, 310 Buckner Dr., Wilmington, NC 28412; 
791-1525 

SECRETARY: Ms. Beth Hollis, 130 Hollis Lane, Wilmington, NC 28409; 799-8289 
MEDIA DIRECTOR: Ms. Mary Bullard, 122 Partridge Rd., Wilmington, NC 28412; 
791-0565 

ORGANIST: Dr. Ron Glover, 3804 Doe Clearing Ct., Wilmington, NC 28409; 395-5824 
PIANIST: Ms. Carolyn Davis, 126 Mohican Trail, Wilmington, NC 28409; 791-4677 



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S.S. DIRECTOR: Mr. David Brookshire, 209 Stonewall Jackson Dr., Wilmington, NC 
28412; 799-0137 

BROTHERHOOD DIR: Ms. Berneice Millard, 6504 Teaticket Lane, Wilmington, NC 
28409; 452-7714 

WMU DIRECTOR: Ms. Berneice Millard, 6504 Teaticket Lane, Wilmington, NC 
28409; 452-7714 

DEACON CHM: Mr. Everette Erb, 1 18 Seminole Tr, Wilmington, NC 28409; 392-0344 
CHURCH TREASURER: Dr. Robert Mollis, 128 Hollis Lane, Wilmington, NC 28409; 

791- 8289 

STEWARDSHIP CHM: Mr. Mike Jackson, 4616 Tall Tree Lane, Wilmington, NC 28409; 

792- 1798 

CHURCH CLERK: Ms. Carolyn Sofley, 3813 W. Scots Place, Wilmington, NC 28412; 
395-2804 

MOORE'S CREEK: 3901 Bell Williams Rd., Currie, NC 28435; 

PASTOR: Rev. Philip Eakins, 530 Bear Den Dr., Watha, NC 28471; 283-7657 
MUSIC DIRECTOR: Mrs. Virginia Bell, 5595 Bell Williams Rd., Currie, NC 28435; 
283-5356 

SECRETARY: Ms. Gail Parnell, Atkinson, NC 28421; 283-9313 
MEDIA DIRECTOR: Mr. Ed Mills, 453 Bell Willliams Rd., Burgaw, NC 28425; 
ORGANIST: Mrs. Virginia Bell, 5595 Bell Williams Rd., Currie, NC 28435; 283-5356 
PIANIST: Mrs. Virginia Bell, 5595 Bell Williams Rd., Currie, NC 28435; 283-5356 
S.S. DIRECTOR: Mr. Eddie McCormick, 3901 Bell Williams Rd., Currie, NC 28435; 
283-7263 

CHURCH TREASURER: Ms. Dot Hathaway, 6215 Pt. Caswell Rd., Atkinson, NC 28421; 
283-9393 

EVANGELISM CHM: Mr. Ed Mills, 453 Bell Williams Rd., Burgaw, NC 28425; 
CHURCH CLERK: Ms. Gail Parnell, P.O. Box 23, Atkinson, NC 28421; 283-9313 

MOUNT HOLLY: 5551 US Hwy. 1 17 N., Burgaw, NC 28425; 259-2840 

PASTOR: Rev. Danny Johnson, 5551 US Hwy. 1 17 N., Burgaw, NC 28425; 259-2495 
MUSIC DIRECTOR: Mrs. Norma Swann, 1 170 Murraytown Rd., Burgaw, NC 28425; 
259-4893 

YOUTH MINISTER: Mrs. Tena Johnson, 555 1 US Hwy. 1 17 N , Burgaw, NC 28425; 
259-2495 

SECRETARY: Ms. Ellen Lanier, 8005 US Hwy. 117N., Watha, NC 28471; 285-3795 
ASST. SECRETARY: Ms. Lisha McMillan, 82 McMillan Rd., Burgaw, NC 28425; 
259-9630 

ORGANIST: Mrs. Norma Swann, 1 170 Murraytown Rd., Burgaw, NC 28425; 259-4893 
PIANIST: Mr. Dean Newkirk, Newkirk Rd., Watha, NC 28471; 285-3526 
S.S. DIRECTOR: Ms. Holly Horton, 6614 US Hwy. 1 17 N., Watha, NC 28471 ; 285-4092 
D.T. DIRECTOR: Mrs. Tena Johnson, 555 1 US Hwy. 117 N., Burgaw, NC 28425; 
259-2495 

BROTHERHOOD DIR: Mr. Bob Muray, 306 Crooms Bridge Rd., Burgaw, NC 28425; 
259-5146 

WMU DIRECTOR: Ms. Maureen Watkins, 965 White Stocking Rd., Burgaw, NC 28425; 
DEACON CHM: Mr. Eddie Rivenbark, 8818 Hwy. 53 E., Burgaw, NC 28425; 259-9512 
CHURCH TREASURER: Ms. Ellen Lanier, 8005 US Hwy. 117 N., Watha, NC 28471; 
285-3795 

CHURCH CLERK: Ms. Holly Horton, 66 1 4 US Hwy. 1 1 7 N., Watha, NC 2847 1 ; 
285-4092 



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MYRTLE GROVE: 5524 Myrtle Grove Rd., Wilmington, NC 28409; 395-1926 
PASTOR: Rev. Charles Strickland, 5524 Myrtle Grove Rd., Wilmington, NC 28409 
ASSOCIATE PASTOR: Rev. Michael Skinner, 5308 Peden Pt. Rd., Wilmington, NC 
28409; 395-1926 

MUSIC/YOUTH MINISTER: Rev. Michael Skinner, 5308 Peden Pt., Rd., Wilmington, 

NC 28409; 395-1926 
EDUCATION DIRECTOR: Mr. Bryan Smith, 126 Mohawk Trail, Wilmington, NC 

28409; 791-9713 

CHILDREN/PRE-SCHOOL DIR: Ms. Diane G. Smith, 6234 Carolina Beach Rd., 

Wilmington, NC 28412; 392-5059 
RECREATION DIRECTOR: Mr. Mark Munroe, 138 Whippoorwill Lane, Wilmington, 

NC 28409; 392-0498 

SECRETARY: Mrs. Lisa Munroe, 138 Whippoorwill Lane, Wilmington, NC 28409; 
SECRETARY: Ms. Susan Canady, 2495 Greenwell Ct., Wilmington, NC 28409; 
799-5596 

MEDIA DIRECTOR: Ms. Joyce Braswell, 1116 Welborn Rd., Wilmington, NC 28409; 
452-8177 

ORGANIST: Ms. Becky Smith, 5595 Wood Duck Cr., Wilmington, NC 28409; 395-0724 
PIANIST: Mrs. Lucille Shepard, 226 Devonshire Lane, Wilmington, NC 28409; 397-0789 
S.S. DIRECTOR: Mr. Bryan Smith, 126 Mohawk Trail, Wilmington, NC 28409; 791-9713 
BROTHERHOOD DIR: Mr. Mike Spencer, 5208 Peden Point Rd., Wilmington, NC 
28409; 799-1094 

WMU DIRECTOR: Ms. Linda DeWitt, 1 16 Horndale Dr., Wilmington, NC 28409; 
791-4273 

DEACON CHM: Mr. Alan Howard, 4220 Whitehurst Dr., Wilmington, NC 28409; 
392-3816 

CHURCH TREASURER: Ms. Everlena Raper, 6234 Carolina Beach Rd., Wilmington, NC 
28412; 791-2806 

EVANGELISM CHM: Mr. Larry Botts, 410 Sharon Dr., Wilmington, NC 28409; 
791-3242 

CHURCH CLERK: Mrs. Billie Botts, 410 Sharon Dr., Wilmington, NC 28409; 791-3242 

NEW HOPE : P. O. Box 446, Mt. Misery Rd., Leland, NC 28451; 371-2821 

PASTOR: Rev. Joey Canady, 6008 Myrtle Grove Rd., Wilmington, NC 28409; 799-2455 
MUSIC MINISTER: Rev. Allen Grey, 9214 Vedra Lane, Leland, NC 28451; 371-6949 
PIANIST: Mrs. Christine Smith, 7282 Ocean Hwy. E., Leland, NC 28451; 253-5174 
S.S. DIRECTOR: Rev. Allen Grey, 9214 Vedra Lane, Leland, NC 28451; 371-6949 
DEACON CHM: Rev. Allen Grey, 9214 Vedra Lane, Leland, NC 28451; 371-6949 
TREASURER: Mr. Bill Brew, 1 194 Old Mill Creek Rd., N.E., Winnabow, NC 28470; 
253-5008 

CLERK: Ms. Becky Ellers, 10349 Royster Rd., Leland, NC 28451; 371-2186 

NORTHSIDE: 2501 N. College Rd., Wilmington, NC 28405; 791-6053 

PASTOR: Rev. Kenny Chinn, 4805 Milford Rd., Wilmington, NC 28405; 452-0138 
MUSIC MINISTER: Rev. Darby Worrell, 149 Lafayette St., Wilmington, NC 28405; 
686-1290 

YOUTH MINISTER: Rev. Joe Easterling, 61 1 Middle Sound Loop Rd., Lot #1, 

Wilmington, NC 28405; 686-0348 
SECRETARY: Mrs. Debbie Capps, 7701 Sidbury Rd., Wilmington, NC 28405; 686-7623 
SECRETARY: Mrs. Terrie Chinn, 4805 Milford Rd., Wilmington, NC 28405; 452-0138 
MEDIA DIR: Mrs. Catheryn Barton, 906 Dickens Dr., Wilmington, NC 28405; 791-1726 



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ORGANIST: Mrs. Teresa Worrell, 149 Lafayette St., Wilmington, NC 28405; 686-1290 
PIANIST: Mrs. Donna Williams, P.O. Box 744, Riegelwood, NC 28456; 655-4856 
S.S. DIRECTOR: Mr. Ron Barnhill, 4818 W. Lord Byron Rd., Wilmington, NC 28405; 
395-4261 

BROTHERHOOD D1R: Mr. Carlton Rhodes, #52 Port-O-Pines, Wilmington, NC 28405; 
791-4291 

WMU DIRECTOR: Mrs. Joyce Paramore, 4502 Middlesex Rd., Wilmington, NC 28405; 
395-4228 

DEACON CHM: Mr. Frank Yelverton, 6707 Red Cedar Rd., Wilmington, NC 28405; 
686-9132 

TREASURER: Mr. Kemmy Goodson, 4406 Raspberry Rd., Wilmington, NC 28405; 
799-9193 

STEWARDSHIP CHM: Mr. Kemmy Goodson, 4406 Raspberry Rd., Wilmington, NC 
28405; 799-9193 

CLERK: Mrs. Lucille Worthington, 2035 N. Kerr Ave., Wilmington, NC 28405; 791-9582 

OAK GROVE: 7990 Market St., Wilmington, NC 28405; 686-7806 

PASTOR: Rev. Rick Howell, 6218 Towbridge Circle, Wilmington, NC 28403; 791-3558 
SECRETARY: Ms. Edna Wells, 146 Brentwood Dr., Wilmington, NC 28401; 763-9526 
ORGANIST: Ms. Cindi Driggers 
PIANIST: Ms. Cindi Driggers 

TREASURER: Ms. Edna Wells, 146 Brentwood Dr., Wilmington, NC 28401; 763-9526 
CLERK: Ms. Edna Wells, 146 Brentwood Dr., Wilmington, NC 28401; 763-9526 
PRAYER COORD: Ms. Sandra Rackley 

OGDEN: 7121 Market St., Wilmington, NC 28405; 686-7488 

PASTOR! Rev. Robert Millis, 217 Forest Rd., Wilmington, NC 28403; 392-9652 
MUSIC DIRECTOR: Mr. Robert Cox, 101 Parliament Dr., Wilmington, NC 28405; 
686-1508 

YOUTH DIRECTOR: Mr. Robert Cox, 101 Parliament Dr., Wilmington, NC 28405; 
686-1508 

CHILDREN'S DIR: Mrs. Joan Stanland, 4637 Manchester Rd., Wilmington, NC 28405; 
395-2464 

SECRETARY: Mrs. Tammy Brock, 3606 Sutton Dr., Wilmington, NC 28409; 395-2878 
ORGANIST: Mrs. Millie Turner-Tyson, 8062 Webster Ct., Leland, NC 28451; 799-6734 
PIANIST: Mrs. Rachel Garrett, 233 Bretonshire Rd., Wilmington, NC 28405; 791-2695 
S.S. DIRECTOR: Mrs. LaDonna Hauser, 1 10 Spring Creek Lane, Wilmington, NC 
28405:686-0113 

D.T. DIRECTOR: Mrs. LaDonna Hauser, 1 10 Spring Creek Lane, Wilmington, NC 28405; 
686-0113 

BROTHERHOOD DIR: Mr. Don Jackson, 4518 Terry Lane, Wilmington, NC 28405; 
791-2095 

WMU DIRECTOR: Mrs. Maggie Hardison, 321 Toulon Dr., Wilmington, NC 28405; 
791-5863 

DEACON CHM: Mr. Larry Hauser, 1 10 Spring Creek Lane, Wilmington, NC 28405; 
686-0115 

TREASURER: Mr. Burris Swinson, 30 Station Rd., Wilmington, NC 28405; 791-5070 
STEWARDSHIP CHM: Mr. Larry Hauser, 1 10 Spring Creek Lane, Wilmington, NC 
28405; 686-01 15 

CLERK: Mrs. Sherry Boyette, 3404 Graylyn Terrace, Wilmington, NC 28405; 686-1775 



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OLIVET: 138 Glendale Dr., Wilmington, NC 28401; 762-8686 

PASTOR: Rev. Stan Jenkins, 206 Carl Seitter Dr., Wilmington, NC 28401; 251-0855 
MUSIC DIRECTOR: Mrs. Joby Jackson, 800 Hvvy. 133, Lot 9, Rocky Point, NC 28457; 
602-3321 

RECREATION DIR: Mrs. Ginny Strickland, 200 Palmetto Rd., Wilmington, NC 28401; 
762-0044 

SECRETARY: Mrs. Penni Richardson, 133 Glendale Dr., Wilmington, NC 28401; 
762-6467 

PIANIST: Mrs. Joby Jackson, 800 Hwy. 133, Lot 9, Rocky Point, NC 28457; 602-3321 
S.S. DIRECTOR: Mr. Jim Strickland, 200 Palmetto Rd., Wilmington, NC 28401; 

762- 0044 

BROTHERHOOD DIR: Mr. Leonard Wolff, 437 Castle Hayne Rd., Wilmington, NC 
28401; 763-2696 

WMU DIRECTOR: Mrs. Dorothy Wolff, 437 Castle Hayne Rd., Wilmington, NC 
28401; 763-2696 

DEACON CHM: Mr. Randall File, 132 Gordon Rd., Wilmington, NC 28401; 763-1938 
TREASURER: Mrs. Scarlett Spencer, 137 Brentwood Dr., Wilmington, NC 28401; 

763- 6602 

STEWARDSHIP CHM: Mr. Leonard Wolff, 437 Castle Hayne Rd., Wilmington, NC 
28401-763-2696 

CLERK: Mrs. Gail Rogers, 4932 S. Park Ave., Wilmington, NC 28409; 395-4602 

PENDERLEA: 505 Eleanor Roosevelt Rd., Willard, NC 28478; 

PASTOR: Rev. John Sellars, 505 Eleanor Roosevelt Rd., Willard, NC 28478; 285-5916 
PIANIST: Mrs. June Robbins, 104 N. Chowan St., Burgaw, NC 28425; 259-4600 
S.S. DIRECTOR: Mr. Greg McCoy, 2125 Crooked Run Rd., Willard, NC 28478; 
285-8092 

WMU DIRECTOR: Mrs. Elizabeth Hall, 9819 Penderlea Hwy., Willard, NC 28478; 
285-4272 

DEACON CHM: Mr. Joe McGlohon, 552 Garden Rd., Willard, NC 28478; 285-3547 
TREASURER. Mr. Nathan Wells, 6203 Horse Branch Rd., Watha, NC 28471; 285-4581 
CLERK: Mrs. Sophie Wells, 6146 Horse Branch Rd., Watha, NC 28471; 285-3049 

PINE VALLEY: 3940 Shipyard Blvd., Wilmington, NC 28403; 791-1949 

PASTOR: Rev. David McLaurin, 705 Burney St., Wilmington, NC 28412; 452-5972 
MUSIC MINISTER: Rev. Steve Jeremias, 326 Pinecliff Dr., Wilmington, NC 28409; 
452-3036 

EDUCATION MINISTER: Ms. Ruth Murray, 3416 Chalmers Dr., Wilmington, NC 
28409; 791-2065 

YOUTH MINISTER: Rev. Rob Dickson, 1205 Faulkenberry Rd., Wilmington, NC 
28409; 452-1181 

SECRETARY: Mrs. Sherry Dittmer, 3940 Shipyard Blvd., Wilmington, NC 28403; 
791-1949 

SECRETARY: Mrs. Eileen Schacher, 515 John D. Barry Dr., Wilmington, NC 28412; 
799-2181 

MEDIA DIRECTOR: Mrs. Judy Connelly, 302 Early Dr., Wilmington, NC 28412; 
791-3489 

ORGANIST: Mr. Joey Marlowe, 3524 Violet Ct., Wilmington, NC 28409; 799-3004 
PIANIST: Mr. Brad Merritt, 3523 Violet Ct., Wilmington, NC 28409; 799-3679 
S.S. DIRECTOR: Ms. Ruth Murray, 3416 Chalmers Dr., Wilmington, NC 28409; 
791-2065 



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D.T. DIRECTOR: Rev. David McLaurin, 705 Burney St., Wilmington, NC 28412; 
452-5972 

DEACON CHM: Mr. Larry Ball, 277 Beasley Rd., Wilmington, NC 28409; 799-2040 
TREASURER: Mr. Menton Padgett, 5479 Eastwind Rd., Wilmington, NC 28403; 
791-8097 

STEWARDSHIP CHM: Dr. Charles Biggerstaff, 102 Robert E. Lee Dr., Wilmington, NC 
28412; 799-7988 

CLERK: Mr. Charles Faulk, 3425 S. College Rd., Wilmington, NC 28412; 791-8419 
PRAYER COORD: Mrs. Leanna Lawrence, 1025 Robert E. Lee Dr., Wilmington, NC 
28412; 791-9006 

PINE VIEW: 202 Flemington Rd., Wilmington, NC 28401; 

PRIMERA IGLESIA: 301 Northern Blvd., Wlmington, NC 28401 ; 763-5843 

PASTOR: Rev. Agustine Lara, 3715 New Colony Dr., Wilmington, NC 28412; 799-7131 
MUSIC DIRECTOR: Ms. Anna Nieves, Myrtle Grove Rd.., Wilmington, NC 28412; 
YOUTH DIRECTOR: Ms. Kathy Salivan, Bertha Dr., Wilmington, NC 28405; 392-2383 
SECRETARY: Mrs. Peggy Lara, 3715 New Colony Dr., Wilmington, NC 28412; 
799-7131 

PIANIST: Mrs. Peggy Lara, 3715 New Colony Dr., Wilmington, NC 28412; 799-7131 
CLERK: Mrs. Peggy Lara, 3715 New Colony Dr., Wilmington, NC 28412; 799-7131 

RILEY'S CREEK: 19845 NC Hwy. 210, Rocky Point, NC 28457; 675-2127 
PASTOR: Rev. E.C. Mattocks, 743 Clarks Landing Rd., Rocky Point, NC 28457; 
675-2767 

MUSIC DIRECTOR: Ms. Becky Blanchard, 17966 NC Hwy. 210, Rocky Point, NC 
28457; 675-0836 

SECRETARY: Mrs. Katherine Huggins, 19550 NC Hwy. 210, Rocky Point, NC 28457; 
675-2274 

MEDIA DIRECTOR: Ms. Mary Glisson, 24933 NC Hwy. 210, Currie, NC 28435; 
ORGANIST: Ms. Becky Blanchard, 17966 NC Hwy. 210, Rocky Point, NC 28457; 
675-0836 

PIANIST: Ms. Becky Blanchard, 17966 NC Hwy. 210, Rocky Point, NC 28457; 675-0836 
S.S. DIRECTOR: Mr. Duarie Poling, 1466 Clarks Landing Rd., Rocky Point, NC 28457; 
675-2678 

BROTHERHOOD DIR: Mr. Butch Mantooth, P.O. Box 1563, Burgaw, NC 28425; 
675-9376 

WMU DIRECTOR: Mrs. Linda Richards, HOW. Bridger St., Burgaw, NC 28425; 
259-9376 

DEACON CHM: Mr. Jimmy Huggins, 19550 NC Hwy. 210, Rocky Point, NC 28457; 
675-2274 

TREASURER: Mrs. Katherine Huggins, 19550 NC Hwy. 210, Rocky Point, NC 28457; 
675-2274 

CLERK: Ms. Barbara Rooks, 456 Scott Rd., Rocky Point, NC 28457; 675-0513 

ROCKY POINT: Rt. 2, Box 400, Rocky Point, NC 28457; 675-2535 

PASTOR: Rev. Elbert Bradshaw, 6334 Myrtle Grove Rd., Wilmington, NC 28409; 
395-6508 

MUSIC DIRECTOR: Mrs. Pat Bradshaw, 6334 Myrtle Grove Rd., Wilmington, NC 
28409; 395-6508 

ORGANIST: Mrs. Pat Bradshaw, 6334 Myrtle Grove Rd., Wilmington, NC 28409; 



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SAINT PAUL: 4646 Gordon Rd., Wilmington, NC 28405; 452-7007 



SCOTTS HILL: 185 Scotts Hill Loop Rd., Wilmington, NC 28405; 686-9885 
PASTOR: Rev. Phil Ortego, 220 LaSalle St., Wilmington, NC 28405; 686-4897 
SECRETARY: Mrs. Carol Batts, 10165 Sidbury Rd., Wilmington, NC 28405; 686-9566 
MEDIA DIRECTOR: Mrs. Jeri Jones, 175 LaFayette St., Wilmington, NC 28405; 
686-7692 

ORGANIST: Mr. Adam Brown, 1793 Kings Landing Rd., Hampstead, NC 28443; 
270-9493 

PIANIST: Mrs. Kathy Brite, 2810 Scotts Hill Loop Rd., Wilmington, NC 28405; 
686-4347 

S.S. DIRECTOR: Mr. Mike Sandlin, 302 Smugglers Ct., Wilmington, NC 28405; 

790- 9197 

D.T. DIRECTOR: Mr. Jerry Robinson, 103 Jefferson Lane, Wilmington, NC 28405; 
686-9648 

BROTHERHOOD DIR: Mr. Glenn Mcintosh, 530 Rose Ave., Wilmington, NC 28403; 

791- 7338 

WMU DIRECTOR: Mrs. Betsy Jones, 325 Wellington Dr., Wilmington, NC 28405; 
686-0776 

DEACON CHM: Mr. Admah Lanier, Jr., 3925 Scotts Hill Loop Rd., Wilmington, NC 
28405; 686-7694 

TREASURER: Mr. Glenn Marshburn, 1 19 Topsail Greens Dr., Hampstead, NC 28443; 
270-0132 

STEWARDSHIP CHM: Mr. Ed King, 130 Spring Creek Lane, Wilmington, NC 28405; 
686-1442 

CLERK: Ms. Teresa Shepard, 524 Washington Acres Rd., Hampstead, NC 28443; 
270-2741 

PRAYER COORD: Ms. Shelley Neff, 101 Dogwood Circle, Hampstead, NC 28443; 
270-4024 

SEA GATE: 6115 Oleander Dr., Wilmington, NC 28403; 791-8943 

PASTOR: Rev. Robert E. Lee, 6218 Greenville Sound Rd., Wilmington, NC 28409; 
350-0888 

MUSIC DIRECTOR: Mrs. Patsy Murray, 4906 Wrightsville Ave., Wilmington, NC 
28403; 791-8645 

SECRETARY: Mrs. Shirley Lee, 6218 Greenville Sound Rd., Wilmington, NC 28409; 
MEDIA DIRECTOR: Mrs. Jeanette McMillan, 237 Peiffer Ave., Wilmington, NC 28409; 
791-8218 

ORGANIST: Mrs. Ruth Lehrschall, 2712 Chestnut St., Wilmington, NC 28403; 763-0954 
PIANIST: Mrs. Dean Surratt; 938 F McMillan Ave., Wilmington, NC 28403; 799-1595 
S.S. DIRECTOR: Dr. George Knight, 6509 Greenville Loop Rd., Lot 47, Wilmington, NC 
28409; 791-2353 

BROTHERHOOD DIR: Mr. Bill Lehrschall, 2712 Chestnut St., Wilmington, NC 28403; 
763-0954 

WMU DIRECTOR: Mrs. Evelyn Little, 308 Hooker Rd., Wilmington, NC 28403; 
395-0747 

DEACON CHM: Mr. Arthur Dennis, 421 Lynette Dr., Wilmington, NC 28409; 791-9766 
TREASURER: Mrs. Kay Repik, 3626 Middle Sound Loop Rd., Wilmington, NC 28405; 
686-2526 

STEWARDSHIP CHM: Mr. Tom Repik, 3626 Middle Sound Loop Rd., Wilmington, NC 
28405; 686-2526 



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CLLRK: Miss Dorothy L. Rockmere, 6301 Greenville Sound Rd., Wilmington, NC 28409; 
350-0200 

PRAYER COORD: Rev. Robert E. Lee, 6218 Greenville Sound Rd., Wilmington, NC 
28409; 350-0888 

SH1LOH: 19685 US. Hwy. 421, Watha, 28471; 283-9676 

PASTOR: Rev. Jody Boothe, 85 Tedder Rd., Ivanhoe, NC 28447; 283-9287 
MUSIC DIRECTOR: Ms. Edna Moore, 776 Tedder Rd., Ivanhoe, NC 28447; 283-7237 
YOUTH DIRECTOR: Rev. Jody Boothe, 85 Tedder Rd., Ivanhoe, NC 28447; 283-9287 
CHILDREN'S DIR: Ms. Lisa Caison, 21510 US Hwy. 421, Ivanhoe, NC 28447; 283-7139 
PRESCHOOL DIR: Mrs. Anita Boothe, 85 Tedder Rd., Ivanhoe, NC 28447; 283-9287 
ORGANIST: Ms. Pat Simmons, 283-5815 

PIANIST: Mrs. Dorothy Cobb; 1210 Tuckahoe Rd, Atkinson, NC 28421; 283-7371 
S.S. DIRECTOR: Mr. Bobby Futrell, 5670 NC Hwy. 53 West., Burgaw, NC 28425; 
259-6606 

D.T. DIRECTOR: Mr. Charles Lee, 7847 Shiloh Rd., Watha, NC 28471; 283-5020 
BROTHERHOOD DIR: Mr. Freddy Simpson, 427 Jesse Moore Rd., Ivanhoe, NC 28447; 
283-5325 

WMU DIRECTOR: Ms. Edna Moore, 776 Tedder Rd., Ivanhoe, NC 28447; 283-7237 
DEACON CHM: Mr. Donald Caison, 10016 NC Hwy. 53 West, Burgaw, NC 28425; 
283-9242 

TREASURER: Mrs. Joyce Eakins, 19646 US Hwy. 421, Watha, NC 28471; 283-7619 
STEWARDSHIP CHM: Mrs. Carolyn Caison, 10016 NC Hwy. 53 West, Burgaw, NC 
28425; 283-9242 

CLERK: Ms. Edna Rae Rivenbark, 6771 Shiloh Rd., Watha, NC 28471; 283-7123 
PRAYER COORD: Ms. Pearline Newton, 4376 Shiloh Rd., Watha, NC 28471; 283-5618 

SILVER LAKE: 471 5 Carolina Beach Rd., Wilmington, NC 28412; 791-9171 
PASTOR: 

MUSIC MINISTER: Mrs. Glenda Bohannon, 515 Colony Circle N., Wilmington, NC 
28409; 392-2466 

EDUCATION DIRECTOR: Mrs. Sondra Blevins, 306 Richelieu Rd., Wilmington, NC 
28412; 799-4926 

YOUTH DIRECTOR: Mr. Mickey Matthews, 4913 Tanbark Dr., Wilmington, NC 28412; 
799-0350 

SECRETARY. Ms. Cathy Reed, 2414 Crossover Rd., Wilmington, NC 28401; 343-0810 
PIANIST: Ms. Sabra Duncan, 4942 Wilderness Rd., Wilmington, NC 28412; 799-5660 
S.S. DIREC TOR: Mrs. Sondra Blevins, 306 Richelieu Rd., Wilmington, NC 28412; 
799-4926 

BROTHERHOOD DIR: Mr. Keith Blevins, 306 Richelieu Rd., Wilmington, NC 28412; 
799-4926 

WMU DIRECTOR: Mrs. Sondra Blevins, 306 Richelieu Rd., Wilmington, NC 28412; 
799-4926 

DEACON CHM: Mr. Mickey Matthews, 4913 Tanbark Dr., Wilmington, NC 28412; 
799-0350 

TREASURER: Mrs. Betty Sasser, 299 Shannon Dr., Wilmington, NC 28409; 799-2427 
STEWARDSHIP CHM: Mrs. Margaret Piner, 1 1 19 Crawford Ct., Wilmington, NC 28409; 
799-5247 

CLERK: Mrs. Claudia Matthews, 4913 Tanbark Dr., Wilmington, NC 28412; 799-0350 



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SOUTHS1DE: 3320 S. College Rd., Wilmington, NC 28412; 799-4751 

PASTOR: Rev. Ronald Bryan, 4912 Crosswinds Dr., Wilmington, NC 28409; 392-0809 
MUSIC MINISTER: Rev. Steve McLean, 3221 S. Woolwitch Ct., Castle Hayne, NC 
28429; 675-1329 

YOUTH DIRECTOR: Mr. Kevin Hunt, 3320 S. College Rd., Wilmington, NC 28412; 
SECRETARY: Mrs. Jeanine Gendreau, 3320 S. College Rd., Wilmington, NC 28412; 
ORGANIST: Mrs. Jean Zalme, 1857 Mission Hills Dr., Wilmington, NC 28405; 791-0959 
PIANIST: Mrs. Connie Casteen, 6572 Towles Rd., Wilmington, NC 28409; 350-0630 
S.S. DIRECTOR: Mr. Jasper Byrd, 120 Pine Valley Dr., Wilmington, NC 28412; 395-2221 
D.T. DIRECTOR: Rev. Steve McLean, 3321 Woolwitch Ct., Castle Hayne, NC 28429; 
675-1329 

BROTHERHOOD DIR: Rev. Steve McLean, 3321 Woolwitch Ct., Castle Hayne, NC 
28429; 675-1329 

WMU DIRECTOR: Mrs. Mary Lennon, 157 Cliffside Dr., Wilmington, NC 28409; 
791-8916 

DEACON CHM: Mr. C.B. Lewis, 1625 Lincoln Rd., Wilmington, NC 28403; 799-4645 
TREASURER: Ms. Dot West, 3641 Masonboro Loop Rd., Wilmington, NC 28409; 
392-3874 

CLERK: Mrs. Oval lee McKenzie, 1309 Grove Pt. Rd., Wilmington, NC 28409; 392-4342 

SUNSET PARK: 231 Central Blvd., Wilmington, NC 28401; 762-4486 

PASTOR: Rev. David Myers, 3702 Tumbril Lane, Wilmington, NC 28412; 7999-3328 
MUSIC MINISTER: Rev. Devane Aaron, 602 Lattice Ct., Castle Hayne, NC 28429; 
602-3320 

SECRETARY: Ms. Kathy Batson, 1990 W. Lakeshore Dr., Wilmington, NC 28401; 

762- 7205 

MEDIA DIRECTOR: Mrs. Angela Boswell, 210 Hollins Rd., Wilmington, NC 28412; 
799-4513 

ORGANIST: Miss Rebecca Fry, 4125 Benfield Ct., Wilmington, NC 28409; 799--6761 
PIANIST: Ms. Gail Beattie, P.O. Box 163, Currie, NC 28435; 283-71 1 1 
S.S. DIRECTOR: Mr. Arnold Ray Potter, 248 Jeb Stuart Dr., Wilmington, Nc 28412; 
791-0421 

BROTHERHOOD DIR: Mr. Milton Woodle, 1006 Parkway Blvd., Wilmington, NC 
28412; 791-6184 

WMU DIRECTOR: Mrs. Frances Harrell, 344 Cape Fear Blvd., Wilmington, NC 28412; 

763- 5887 

TREASURER: Mr. E.E. Benton, 909 Pine Grove Rd., Wilmington, NC 28409; 799-8891 
CLERK: Mrs. Dorothy Moore, 3225 Red Berry Dr., Wilmington, NC 28409; 392-3170 

SURF CITY: P.O. Box 2607, Surf City, NC 28445; 328-2831 

PASTOR: Rev. Don Horn, P.O. Box 2607, Surf City, NC 28445; 328-4126 
MUSIC DIRECTOR: Mr. Paul Hilson, P.O. Box 2855, Surf City, NC 2845; 328-2188 
SECRETARY: Ms. Terri Kennedy, 437 Catherine Ave., Topsail Beach, NC 28445; 
328-0267 

ORGANIST: Ms. Jan Higgins, P.O. Box 2612, Surf City, NC 28445; 329-1860 
PIANIST: Ms. Peggy Bailey, P.O. Box 2098, Surf City, NC 28445; 328-031 1 
S.S. DIRECTOR: Mr. Jim King, P.O. Box 2607, Surf City, NC 28445; 329-0198 
D.T. DIRECTOR: Rev. Don Horn, P.O. Box 2607, Surf City, NC 28445; 328-2831 
WMU DIRECTOR: Ms. Jessie Borchers, 683-B Ocean Highway, Holly Ridge, NC 28445; 
328-2831 



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DEACON CUM: Mr. Elbert Davis, 749 Tar Landing Rd., Holly Ridge, NC 28445; 
329-7341 

TREASURER: Ms. Angie Parker, 351 Jeff Lane, Hampstead, NC 28443; 329-2621 
STEWARDSHIP CHM: Mrs. Cathy Medlin, P.O. Box 2071, Surf City, NC 28445; 

328- 2095 

EVANGELISM CHM: Mr. Jon Richmond, 146 Watts Landing Rd., Hampstead, NC 
28443; 329-1658 

CLERK: Mr. Ray Barwick, P.O. Box 2070, Surf City, NC 28445; 328-0217 
PRAYER COORD: Rev. Don Horn, P.O. Box 2607, Surf City, NC 28445; 328-2831 

TEMPLE: 1801 Market St., Wilmington, NC 28403; 763-3351 

PASTOR: Dr. James Whetstone, 2222 Market St., Wilmington, NC 28403; 763-5700 
MUSIC MINISTER: Rev. Jimmy Rogers, 3431 Chalmers Dr., Wilmington, NC 28409; 
395-4920 

EDUCATION MINISTER: Miss Julie McVey, 4487 Holly Tree Rd., Wilmington, NC 
28412; 452-9042 

YOUTH MINISTER: Miss Julie McVey, 4487 Holly Tree Rd., Wilmington, NC 28412; 
452-9042 

CHILDREN'S MINISTER: Miss Julie McVey, 4487 Holly Tree Rd., Wilmington, NC 
28412; 452-9042 

PRESCHOOL MINISTER: Miss Julie McVey, 4487 Holly Tree Rd., Wilmington, NC 
28412; 452-9042 

RECREATION MINISTER: Miss Julie McVey, 4487 Holly Tree Rd., Wilmington, NC 
28412; 452-9042 

SECRETARY: Mrs. Carolyn Moore, P.O. Box 622, Hampstead, NC 28443; 270-9023 
MEDIA DIRECTOR: Mrs. Mary Barnhill, 337 Stradleigh Rd., Wilmington, NC 28403; 

763-7622 

S.S. DIRECTOR: Mr. Gene Creech, 801 Spring Valley Rd., Wilmington, NC 28405; 
452-0150 

BROTHERHOOD DIR: Mr. Buddy Dillon, 3824 Sweetbriar Rd., Wilmington, NC 28403; 
799-3944 

WMU DIRECTOR: Mrs. Carolyn Edens, 4214 Kickwood Dr., Wilmington, NC 28405; 
799-3888 

DEACON CHM: Mr. Jack Marshburn, 936 Page Ave., Wilmington, NC 28403; 791-4453 
TREASURER: Mr. Bill Brock, 4719 Long Leaf Hills Dr., Wilmington, NC 28409; 
791-2462 

STEWARDSHIP CHM: Mr. W.K. Hobbs, Jr., 2234 Metts Ave., Wilmington, NC 28403; 
763-7880 

CLERK: Mr. Mike Piner, 1324 Final Landing Lane, Wilmington, NC 28405; 686-5485 

TOPSAIL: 18885 US Hwy. 17 N., Hampstead, NC 28443; 270-9038 

PASTOR: Rev. Rick Armstrong, 406 Millhouse Rd., Castle Hayne, NC 28429; 675-0502 
MUSIC DIRECTOR: Mrs. Peggy Batson, 1763 Watts Landing Rd., Hampstead, NC 
28443; 329-5851 

YOUTH DIRECTOR: Ms. Nancy Coston, 544 Hwy. 210 East, Hampstead, NC 28443; 

329- 8761 

SECRETARY: Ms. Tracy Festa, 1 16 Sand Dollar Lane, Hampstead, NC 28443; 270-3084 
ORGANIST: Mrs. Evelyn Champaign, 1 18 Topsail Greens, Hampstead, NC 28443; 
270-3933 

PIANIST: Mrs. Claudet Brown, 198 Kings Landing Rd., Hampstead, NC 28443; 270-3202 
S.S. DIRECTOR: Mr. Bill Coston, 544 Hwy. 210 East, Hampstead, NC 28443; 329-8761 



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DEACON CHM: Mr. A.J. Jefferson, 127 Old Farm Rd., Hampstead, NC 28443; 270-4345 
TREASURER: Mrs. Peggy Batson, 1762 Watts Landing Rd., Hampstead, NC 28443; 
329-5851 

CLERK: Mrs. Nancy Coston, 544 Hwy. 210 East, Hampstead, NC 28443; 329-8761 

VICTORY: 1 2646 US Hwy. 1 1 7 S., Rocky Point, NC 28457; 675-1511 

PASTOR: Rev. Horace Hall, 319 Winding Creek Rd., Rocky Point, NC 28457; 675-8279 
MUSIC DIRECTOR: Mr. Terry McCoy, 205 Tom Ave., Castle Hayne, NC 28429; 
675-9887 

1 YOUTH DIRECTOR: Mrs. Theresa McCoy, 205 Tom Ave., Castle Hayne, NC 28429; 
675-9887 

SECRETARY: Ms. Bettie Meadows, 1305 Cheshire Rd., Rocky Point, NC 28457; 
675-1909 

ORGANIST: Ms. Lois Taylor, P.O. Box 494, Burgaw, NC 28425; 675-2215 
PIANIST: Ms. Judy 1 10 Silva Terra Dr., Wilmington, NC 28412; 791-1422 
S.S. DIRECTOR: Ms. Rose Mary Lofts, 225 N.W. Ave., Burgaw, NC 28425; 259-3 108 
D.T. DIRECTOR: Mr. Jim Lofts, 225 N.W. Ave., Burgaw, NC 28425; 259-3158 
WMU DIRECTOR: Ms. Bettie Meadows, 1305 Cheshire Rd., Rocky Point, NC 28457; 
675-1909 

TREASURER. Mr. David Pearce, 115 Heath Dr., Rocky Point, NC 28457; 259-5008 
CLERK: Ms. Shirley Page, 2907 Peter Springs Dr., Castle Hayne, NC 28429; 675-2155 

WALLACE. FIRST: 408 West Main St., Wallace, NC 28466; 285-2534 

PASTOR: Rev. Dennis Bazemore, 1008 Eastwood Dr., Wallace, NC 28466; 285-6336 
MUSIC MINISTER: Rev. Phil Rivenbark, P.O. Box 202, Rose Hill, NC 28458; 289-241 1 
YOUTH MINISTER: Rev. Phil Rivenbark, P.O. Box 202, Rose Hill, NC 28458; 289-241 1 
SECRETARY: Mrs. Charlotte Jones, 905 NW Railroad St., Wallace, NC 28466; 285-2903 
ORGANIST: Mr. Alan Johnson, 317 S. Teachey Rd., Wallace, NC 28466; 285-5602 
PIANIST: Mrs. Linda Bazemore, 1008 Eastwood Dr., Wallace, NC 28466; 285-6336 
PIANIST: Mrs. LaRue Faircloth, 5314 S. NC 41 Hwy., Wallace, NC 28466; 285-5384 
S.S. DIRECTOR: Mr. James White, III, 310 N. Raleigh St., Wallace, NC 28466; 285-2494 
BROTHERHOOD DIR: Mr. Calbert Lee, 631 S. Railroad St., Wallace, NC 28466; 
285-8961 

WMU DIRECTOR: Mrs. Willa Currie, 804 Miami Ave., Wallace, NC 28466; 285-4510 
DEACON CHM: Mr. Calbert Lee, 631 S. Railroad St., Wallace, NC 28466; 285-8961 
TREASURER: Mrs. Hilda Chappell, 1 159 Bay Rd., Teachey, NC 28464; 285-6033 
STEWARDSHIP CHM: Mr. Mike Hughes, 313 N. Duplin St., Wallace, NC 28466; 
285-6254 

CLERK: Mrs. Hilda Chappell, 1 1 59 Bay Rd., Teachey, NC 28464; 285-6033 

WATHA: 50 N. Charlotte St., Watha, NC 28471; 285-7274 

PASTOR: Rev. Tim Flint, 3025 Weatherby Ct., Wilmington, NC 28405; 313-6857 
MUSIC DIRECTOR: Mrs. Wilma Gelbhaar, 81 Mary Slocum Rd., NE, Watha, NC 28471; 
285-3537 

SECRETARY: Mrs. Mary Flint, 3025 Weatherby Ct., Wilmington, NC 28405; 3 13-6857 
PIANIST: Mrs. Wilma Gelbhaar, 81 Mary Slocum Rd., NE, Watha, NC 28471; 285-3537 
S.S. DIRECTOR: Mr. Stan Gelbhaar, 217 Camp Kirkwood Rd., Watha, NC 28471; 
285-2817 

BROTHERHOOD DIR: Mr. Ernest Gott, 6986 Horse Branch Rd., Watha, NC 28471; 
285-7895 

WMU DIR.: Mrs. Mary Flint, 3025 Weatherby Ct., Wilmington, NC 28405; 313-6857 

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DEACON CHM: Mr. Ernest Govt, 6986 Horse Branch Rd., Watha, NC 28471; 285-7895 
TREASURER: Mrs. Betty Owens, 1681 Old Anderson Store Rd., Watha, NC 28471; 
285-4867 

CLERK: Mrs. Mary Flint, 3025 Weatherby Ct., Wilmington, NC 28405; 313-6857 

WHISPERING PINES: 6547 Carolina Beach Rd., Wilmington, NC 28409; 791-6584 
PASTOR: Dr Charles Harris, 6551 Carolina Beach Rd., Wilmington, NC 28409; 
452-1309 

MUSIC DIRECTOR: Ms. Teresa Roggina, 1 12 Horndale Dr., Wilmington, NC 28409; 
791-5346 

YOUTH DIRECTOR: Mr. Mike Bradshaw, 5200 Masonboro Loop Rd., Wilmington, NC 
28409; 791-5354 

SECRETARY: Mrs. Pam Hodges, 4937 Redheart Dr., Wilmington, NC 28412; 799-8684 
PIANIST: Mrs. Lynne Howell, 130 S. Channel Haven Dr., Wilmington, NC 28409; 
791-9586 

S.S. DIRECTOR: Mrs. Jesma Roggina, 1 12 Horndale Dr., Wilmington, NC 28409; 
791-5346 

BROTHERHOOD DIR: Mr. Bobby Wilson, 9913 River Rd., Lot #23, Wilmington, NC 
28412; 799-1342 

WMU DIRECTOR: Ms. Teresa Roggina, 112 Horndale Dr., Wilmington, NC 28409; 
791-5346 

DEACON CHM: Mr. A.J. Pridgen, 3517 Whispering Pines Ct., Wilmington, NC 28409; 
395-2715 

TREASURER: Mr. Johnny Russ, 202 Friendly Lane, Wilmington, NC 28409; 799-7084 
STEWARDSHIP CHM: Mrs. Brenda Stanley, 114 Darley Lane, Wilmington, NC 28409; 
395-5392 

CLERK: Mrs. Nancy Crowder, 6140 Carolina Beach Rd., #7, Wilmington, NC 28412; 
452-2206 

WILLARD: P. O Box 98, Willard, NC 28466; 285-7196 
PASTOR: 

MUSIC DIRECTOR: Mrs. Helen Holton, 1032 Old Mill Rd., Wallace, NC 28466; 
285-7300 

ORGANIST: Mrs. Freda Jones, 378 Old Mill Rd., Willard, NC 28478; 285-7363 
PIANIST: Mrs. Jean Farrior, Rt. 1, Willard, NC 28478; 285-3889 
S.S. DIRECTOR: Mr. Jay Farrior, Rt. 1, Willard, NC 28478; 285-3889 
BROTHERHOOD DIR: Mr. Wallace West, Willard, NC 28478; 
WMU DIRECTOR: Mrs. Mary Jones, 100 Buck Jones Rd., Wallace, NC 28466; 
285-3347 

DEACON CHM: Mr. Alton Jones, 100 Buck Jones Rd., Wallace, NC 28466; 285-3347 
TREASURER: Miss Anita Jones, 640 Old Chinquapin Rd., Beulaville, NC ; 298-3970 
EVANGELISM CHM: Mrs. Mary Jones, 100 Buck Jones Rd., Wallace, NC 28466; 
285-3347 

CLERK: Mrs. Mary Jones, 100 Buck Jones Rd., Wallace, NC 28466; 285-3347 
PRAYER COORD: Mr. Alton Jones, 100 Buck Jones Rd., Wallace, NC 28466; 285-3347 

WILMINGTON. FIRST: 15 N. 5th St., Wilmington, NC 28401; 763-2471 

PASTOR: Dr. Michael Queen, 2103 Ascot Place, Wilmington, NC 28403; 815-0210 
MUSIC MINISTER: Rev. Kurtis Wachtel, 142 Wintergreen Rd., Wilmington, NC 28409; 
799-8656 



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ASSOCIATE PASTOR: Rev. James E. Everette, III, 5620 E. Whisper Creek Lane, 

Wilmington, NC 28409; 452-4790 
EDUCATION MINISTER: Rev. James E. Everette, III, 5620 E. Whisper Creek Lane, 

Wilmington, NC 28409; 452-4790 
YOUTH MINISTER: Rev. Don Vigus, 816 Parkway Blvd., Wilmington, NC 28412; 

392-4724 

RECREATION DIR: Mr. Gary Harris, 469 N. 21st St., Wilmington, NC 28405; 343-0778 
SECRETARY: Mrs. Jean Wachtel, 142 Wintergreen Rd., Wilmington, NC 28409; 
799-8656 

SECRETARY: Mrs. Marie Lane, 3400 N. Kerr Ave., Wilmington, NC 28405; 763-5850 
ORGANIST: Mrs. Jean Wachtel, 142 Wintergreen Rd., Wilmington, NC 28409; 799-8656 
PIANIST: Mrs. Jean Wachtel, 142 Wintergreen Rd., Wilmington, NC 28409; 799-8656 
S.S. DIRECTOR: Mr. Lonnie Williams, Jr., 313 W. Renovah Ct., Wilmington, NC 28403; 
343-0893 

BROTHERHOOD DIR: Mr. Kit Austin, 1813 Brewton Ct., Wilmington, NC 28403; 
763-7390 

WMU DIRECTOR: Mrs. Becky Coleman, 313 Gregory Rd., Wilmington, NC 28405; 
791-5507 

DEACON CHM: Mr. John Smith, 1901 Prestwick Lane, Wilmington, NC 28405; 
256-4718 

TREASURER: Mrs. Marie Lane, 3400 N. Kerr Ave., Wilmington, NC 28405; 763-5850 
STEWARDSHIP CHM: Mr. Kenan Maready, 2701 Calvert Place, Wilmington, NC 28403; 
762-7268 

CLERK: Ms. India Causey, 1 120 Upper Reach Dr., Wilmington, NC 28409; 799-3473 
PRAYER COORD: Dr. Michael Queen 2103 Ascot Place, Wilmington, NC 28403; 
815-0210 

WILMINGTON KOREAN: 4602 S. College Rd., Wilmington, NC 28403; 392-7048 
PASTOR: Rev. Tae Ku Lee, 998 St. Andrews Dr., #101, Wilmington, NC 28412; 
452-5305 

PIANIST: Mrs. Un Jou So, 4309 Jasmine Cove Way, Wilmington, NC 28412; 
S.S. DIRECTOR: Miss Sun Ah Park, 305 Ventura Dr., Wilmington, NC 28412; 392-3317 
BROTHERHOOD DIR: Mr. Kyang Ho Lee, 8028 Jefferson Lane, N.E., Leland, NC 
28451; 371-6575 

WMU DIRECTOR: Mrs. Yung Jae Lee, 8025 Jefferson Lane, N.E., Leland, NC 28451; 
371-6575 

TREASURER: Mrs. Kyung Cha Riddle, 706 Bayshore Dr., Wilmington, NC 28405; 
686-1121 

EVANGELISM CHM: Mrs. Song Suk Thuersam, 6023 Cedar Ridge Dr., Wilmington, NC 
28403; 395-2209 

CLERK: Mrs. Jin Yong Hobbs, 4949 Ilex Dr., Wilmington, NC 28412; 3 13-0774 

WINTER PARK: 4700 Wrightsville Ave., Wilmington, Nc 28403; 791-4725 
PASTOR: Rev. Michael Tutterow, 508 Richmond Circle, Wilmington, NC 28409; 
350-0368 

MUSIC MINISTER: Rev. Clifton Harris, 351 Sabra Dr., Wilmington, NC 28405; 
791-6733 

EDUCATION MINISTER: Mrs. Linda Jones, 606 Barksdale Rd., Wilmington, NC 28409; 

790- 9000 

YOUTH MINISTER: Rev. Scott Kyles, 822 Bay Blossom Dr., Wilmington, NC 28405; 

791- 5698 



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OHILUKL.1N a uik: Mr. Meve Moore, JSUo Antelope 1 rail Dr., Wilmington, NC 
28409; 350-0934 

PRESCHOOL DIR: Ms. Boni Morgan, 4700 Wrightsville Ave., Wilmington, NC 28403; 
791-4725 

RECREATION DIR: Rev. Scott Kyles, 822 Bay Blossom Dr., Wilmington, NC 28405; 
791-5698 

SECRETARY: Mrs. Debra Hood, 3523 Lakewood Place, Wilmington, NC 28409; 
799.4478 

SECRETARY: Mrs. Sue Bredenbeck, 4700 Wrightsville Ave., Wilmington, NC 28403; 
791-4725 

MEDIA DIRECTOR: Mrs. Mary Dunn, 218 ED. Blackbeard Rd., Wilmington, NC 28409; 
799-3739 

ORGANIST: Ms. Melody Bryan, 7401 Sky Crest Ct, Wilmington, NC 28405; 686-2749 
PIANIST: Ms. Wanda Gordy, 729 Scorpion Dr., Wilmington, NC 28405; 686-9699 
S.S. DIRECTOR: Mrs. Connie Lancaster, 829 Shinn Point Rd., Wilmington, NC 28409; 
350-0265 

D.T. DIRECTOR: Mr. Charles Hollis, 138 Green Forest Dr., Wilmington, NC 28409; 
799-0318 

BROTHERHOOD DIR: Mr. Wayne Polston, 5824 Oak Bluff Lane, Wilmington, NC 
28409; 452-1437 

WMU DIRECTOR: Ms. Yvonne Lewis, 145 Cliffside Dr., Wilmington, NC 28409; 
799-0976 

DEACON CHM: Mr. Larry Mitchell, 138 North Hills Dr., Wilmington, NC 28405; 
686-9276 

TREASURER: Mr. Glenwood McDowell, 537 Rose Ave., Wilmington, NC 28403; 
791-4119 

STEWARDSHIP CHM: Mr. Tim Willetts, 305 Windemere Rd., Wilmington, NC 28405; 
791-7187 

EVANGELISM CHM: Ms. Barbara Johnson, 41 13 Red Bird Rd., Wilmington, NC 28412; 
791-3737 

CLERK: Mrs. Elsie Tilson, 4626 Long Leaf Hills Dr., Wilmington, NC 28409; 791-3571 
PRAYER COORD: Ms. June Nobles, 29 Pelican Point Rd., Wilmington, NC 28409; 
799-4394 

WRIGHTSBORO: 2736 Castle Hayne Rd., Wilmington, NC 28401; 763-3181 

PASTOR: Dr. Harvey Whaley, 131 Whitman Ave., Castle Hayne, NC 28429; 763-7519 
MUSIC MINISTER: Mrs. Peggy Croom, 2014 Jackson St., Wilmington, NC 28401; 
343-8378 

ASSOCIATE PASTOR: Rev. Mike Lewis, 5018 Marathon Ct., Castle Hayne, NC 28429; 
675-1400 

EDUCATION MINISTER: Rev. Mike Lewis, 5018 Marathon Ct., Castle Hayne, NC 
28429; 675-1400 

YOUTH MINISTER: Rev. Dondi Pace, 3207 Alex Trask Dr., Castle Hayne, NC 28429; 
675-1725 

PRESCHOOL MINISTER: Rev. Mike Lewis, 5018 Marathon Ct., Castle Hayne, NC 
28429; 675-1400 

RECREATION MINISTER: Rev. Dondi Pace, 3207 Alex Trask Dr., Castle Hayne, NC 
28429; 675-1725 

SECRETARY: Mrs. Martha Herring, 1 15 Chadwick Ave., Wilmington, NC 28401; 
763-3181 

SECRETARY: Ms. Brenda Chandler, 5917 Wishing Well Lane, Wilmington, NC 28409; 



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MEDIA DIECTOR: Mrs. Cindy Plankers, 102 Anthony Dr., Castle Hayne, NC 28429; 
675-9603 

PIANIST: Mrs. Carolyn Benton, 60 Gooseneck Rd., Rocky Point, NC 28457; 675-9704 
S.S. DIRECTOR: Mrs. Cynthia Bennett, 141 Bradley Pines Dr., Wilmington, NC 28403; 
392-0793 

BROTHERHOOD DIR: Mr. Tim Plankers, 102 Anthony Dr., Castle Hayne, NC 28429; 
675-9603 

WMU DIRECTOR: Mrs. Flora Bass, 100 Whitman Ave., Castle Hayne, NC 28429; 
762-1787 

DEACON CHM: Mr. Ernie Gainey, 95 Tall Oaks Dr., Castle Hayne, NC 28429; 675-9906 
TREASURER: Mrs. Guelda Peacock, 1 17 Whitman Ave., Castle Hayne, NC 28429; 
762-6876 

STEWARDSHIP CHM: Mr. John Britt, 169 Brentwood Dr., Wilmington, NC 28401; 

762- 7029 

CLERK: Ms. Sandra Sullivan, 1 10 Green Meadows Dr., Wilmington, NC 28405; 799-0340 

WRIGHTSVILLE BEACH: P. O. Box 21, Wrightsville Beach, NC 28480; 256-3682 
PASTOR: Rev. Danny Hawkins, 4914 Seabrook Ct., Wilmington, NC 28403; 395-6182 
SECRETARY: Mrs. Yolonda Johnston, P. O. Box 21, Wrightsville Beach, NC 28480; 
256-3682 

ORGANIST: Ms. Jane Head, 202 Dogwood Dr., Lot 23, Wilmington, NC 28403; 791-3968 
PIANIST: Ms. Lorene Walsh, 308 Coral Dr., Wrightsville Beach, NC 28480; 256-3279 
S.S. DIRECTOR: Mr. David Thomas, 61 12 Dorsett Place, Wilmington, NC 28403; 

763- 2049 

D.T. DIRECTOR: Mr. John Truitt, 601 N. Channel Dr., Wrightsville Beach, NC 28480; 
256-3272 

BROTHERHOOD DIR: Mr. Patrick Wooten, 2029 Eastwood Rd., Wilmington, NC 
28403; 256-5354 

WMU DIRECTOR: Mrs. Kathy King, 513 N. Channel Dr., Wrightsville Beach, NC 
28480; 256-8274 

DEACON CHM: Mr. Michael Charles, 214 Longstreet Dr., Wilmington, NC 28412; 
392-5579 

TREASURER: Mrs. Faylene Voet, 26 W. Oxford St., Wrightsville Beach, NC 28480; 
256-5803 

PRAYER COORD: Dr. Barry Frazelle, 1505 Herring Lane, Wilmington, NC 28403; 
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CHURCH PROGRAM REPORTS 



WOMAN'S MISSIONARY UNION 

1995 96 was a year of change for WMU. We needed changes and had asked for it but , it 
has brought challenge and risk. This challenge and risk has tied in well with our emphasis for the year, 
"Risk the Journey.'' And, we feel we are headed in the right direction in our task to help reach the 
world for Christ. 

Our watchword was "I will lead the blind by ways they have not known, along unfamiliar 
paths I will guide them; I will turn the darkness into light before them and make the rough places 
smooth. These things will I do; I will not forsake them" (Isa. 42:16 N.V.). Our hymn was "Lord, Here 
Am I." 

Objectives: WMU acted as a vehicle in churches in our Association to lead people on a risky 
faith journey and challenged them to: 

1. Know with certainty the unchanging God of creation and salvation. 

2. Understand the unlimited opportunities for personal involvement in God's continuing redemptive 

work in the world. 

3. Discover the individual responsibility of the Great Commission and the resulting joy from 

accepting its challenge. 

4. Recognize that God has both a plan and a time for His work in the world and invites us to be a 

part of this plan. 

5. Realize the urgency of entering doors of opportunity currently open locally and globally. 

6. Move beyond a verbal commitment to the Great Commission to an active role in fulfilling it. 

Some of the mission action projects that churches in our Association participated in 
throughout the year are listed below: 

Oct. - Women's Correctional Facility, Raleigh - Shampoo.; World Hunger - Canned goods & money; 

Refreshments for inner city programs. 
Nov. - Adopted families for Thanksgiving; Winter coats & clothing for children. 
Dec. ■ Toiletry items for Seaman's Center. 

Jan. ■ Blood Drive - Donors, cookies, crackers, juice, and soft drinks; Blankets for the homeless 

and needy. Socks for Cape Fear Rescue Mission. 
Feb. - Project HELP: Aids ■ Collected items and money for local aids ministries and House of Hope 

in Victoria, Brazil. 

Mar. ■ Refreshments for inner city programs; New and used Bibles for distribution; Easter candy 

for inner city and migrants. North Korea Famine Project. 
Apr. ■ Health Kits and migrants. 
May - Summer clothes for children's clothes closet. 

Jun. ■ Backyard Bible Clubs; Arts & crafts supplies & refreshments for inner city Backyard 
Bible Clubs; Wrote to State Senators & Representatives asking them to expand the 
Smart Start Program.. 



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Jul. Refreshments for inner city & Hispanic Backyard Bible Clubs. 
Aug. - School supplies for needy children. 

Sep. - Tutors for inner city; Furnished & served meals to Baptist Student Union. 

We either sponsored or participated in the following: 

Two (2) leadership training sessions for Church WMU Officers and Leaders for the year 1995-1996 
were held, one at Southside on September 18 and one at Burgaw Baptist on September 21, 1995. 

Associational Foreign Mission Study for people planning to teach the study in the churches was led 
by Kay David on October 2, 1995 at Freedom. 

Some of our ladies participated in "Equipping Today's Church" leadership training at Ft. Caswell on 
October 6-7, 1995. Attended the WBA Annual Meeting on October 16 17. 

A good many of our Associational WMU Leadership Team attended the Associational WMU Leadership 
Team Day at the Baptist Building in Cary on November 4. 

An Associational Acteens Day Camp led by Angela Howard at Myrtle Grove Baptist Church on 
Saturday, January 20 was a great success. 

Baptist Women's Day of Prayer observance was led by our area directors in all six areas in the 
Association on Monday, November 6. 

A number of our WMU leadership attended the Baptist State Convention in Winston-Salem on 
November 13-15, 1995. 

On Monday, January 8, Janet McCumbee from Wrightsboro Church led the Associational Home Mission 
Study at Wrightsboro. This study was to prepare those planning to teach it in the churches. 

Castle Hayne Baptist Church hosted a book study on our WMU emphasis for the year, "Risk the 
Journey" along with a WMU wide Celebration Experience on January 13. The book study was led by 
Rachel Powell, Angela Howard, and Jean (Mrs. Charles) Allen. A full course breakfast with all the 
trimmings was served by men of the church. 

Saturday, January 20, was a highlight for the Associational WMU Leadership Team as we showed our 
appreciation to our pastors by honoring them with a Pastors' Appreciation Dinner at Freedom Baptist 
Church. 

Saturday, February 10 was a special day for GA's and their parents when Masonboro hosted an 
Associational GA Parent/Daughter Banquet. This event was led by Carole Farrow and Geri Knowles. 



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Many Associational WMU leaders, as well as WMU members from the church in our Association, 
attended Missions Extravaganza at Ridgecrest on March 29-31, 1996. 

Myrtle Grove Baptist Church was host for our Associational WMU Annual Meeting on Monday, April 
29. We were blessed with a full church attendance which included some of our pastors as well as 
some missionaries and their wives. Mrs. Donice Harrod, our State WMU President, won the hearts of 
all with her bubbly enthusiasm when she spoke on our emphasis, "Risk the Journey", and showed slides 
of her trip to the Ukraine. Kelli Strickland, the pastor's wive, sang "Each One Reach One" and 
"Embracing the World." We are very grateful to Rev. David Stewart for bringing the challenge to our 
new officers. And we are most thankful Myrtle Grove Church for their wonderful hospitality. 

An Associational Women on Mission Celebration Experience, which was a great success, was held at 
Castle Hayne Baptist Church on Monday, May 6. Rachel Powell and Brenda Horrell led this event. 

Our Associational WMU Director attended Key Leadership Training at Ft. Caswell on May 6-7. 

The Associational WMU Leadership Team had a study of the Associational WMU Guide on June 29 at 
the home of Priscilla Tyree in Burgaw. 

August 4 was an informative and enjoyable day for Mission Friends, their parents, and Mission Friends 
leaders at Barlow-Vista Baptist Church when Helen Sholar and Donna Smith led a Mission Friends Fair. 
This was a wonderful event. 

Associational WMU Annual Planning was held at Scotts Hill Baptist Church on Saturday, August 10. 

Training for Associational WMU Leadership held at Ft. Caswell on August 16-17 was attended by many 
of our leadership team members. 

The two (2) training sessions for Church WMU Leadership to prepare for the year 1996-97 was held 
at Ogden on August 19 and at Forest Hills in Burgaw on August 26, 1996. 

Our Leadership Team promoted the following events throughout the year: 



Oct. 8 


World Hunger Day 


Oct. 


Cooperative Program Month Emphasis 


Nov. 12 19 - 


Baptist Children's Homes Offering 


Nov. 19 22 


Foreign Mission Study in churches 


Dec. 3 10 


Week of Prayer for Foreign Missions and Lottie Moon Christmas Offering 


Dec. 10 


Foreign Missions Day in Sunday School 


Jan. 28 


Baptist Men's Day 


Feb. 4-11 


NC Offering for Older Adults 


Feb. 11-17 


Focus on WMU 


Feb. 18-21 - 


Home Mission Study in churches 


Feb. 25 


Volunteers in Missions Day 


Mar. 2 


WBA Counseling Center Dinner and Auction 



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May 12 19 
May 23 
July 15-20 



Aug. 4 
Aug. 11 
Sep. 8-15 



Mar. 3-10 
Mar. 10 
Apr. 21 
May 5 12 



Week of Prayer for Home Missions and Annie Armstrong Easter Offering 

Home Missions Day 

Cooperative Program Day 

Mother's Day Offering for Baptist Hospital 

Associational Missions Week 

Baptist Men's Rally Night 

World Missions Week 

Day of Prayer for World Peace 

Language Missions Day 

Week of Prayer and Offering for State Missions 



A sincere thank you to each WBA WMU Leadership Team member for their dedication, 
commitment and hard work during the year. Also, many thanks to Rev. David Stewart, Interim Director 
of Missions, Rev. Jerry Lethco, Director of Missions, and the WBA staff for their wonderful support 
and assistance throughout the year. Thanks to all churches for your patience and hard work during 
this year of change in WMU. I look forward to a new year with each of you. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Dixie Wilkins, WMU Director 

EVANGELISM COUNCIL 

The Key Leadership Conference was held on May 6-7, 1996 at Ft. Caswell. Several 
members of the WBA Evangelism Council attended and agreed we all still need "more training" on 
"Personal Witnessing." 

To be armed to witness by the Sword, you need: 

Romans 3:23 For all have sinned and come short of the Glory of God. 
Romans 6:23 For the wages of sin is death; But the Gift of God is Eternal Life 

through Jesus Christ our Lord. 
John 3:1 6 For God so loved the world, that He gave His only begotten Son, that 

whosoever believeth in Him should not perish, but have everlasting life. 
Rev. 3:20 Behold, I stand at the door and knock, if any man hear My voice, and open 
the door, I will come in to him, and will sup with him, and he with Me. Note: 

The door is your heart. 

How you know you have Eternal Life? Read 1 John 5:13. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Onree Fisher, Chairman 



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MEDIA CENTER 



The long awaited event has happened! Media has a room! True, it is in disarray at this time 
but one day soon the disorder will begin and order will reign. We do have videos and some equipment 
to loan to our churches. Hopefully, it won't be long before we will have the room set up so it will be 
easier to check things in and out. We wish the best of success to the new Media Committee as they 
plan a new media center for us. 



Respectfully submitted, 
Louise Fisher, Chairperson 



COMMUNICATIONS COUNCIL 

Each of our sixty churches has been blessed each month with the current news and future 
plans of our Association and the news from individual churches through The Developer. ( the Wilmington 
Baptist Association newspaper) which our staff so professionally produces. We continually encourage 
our church staffs and church liaison representatives to SE that these newspapers are distributed to the 
membership. We want everyone to know of the opportunities for service, and the mission work that 
is being done here in Wilmington and in other countries by our churches throughout the Association. 
We are confident that you will become excited about the work being done for the Lord both here and 
abroad. 

In the near future we will be preparing more current brochures and possible new videos of 
Associational work for television. We are excited about the future opportunities here for serving the 

Lord. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Joan Brewer, Chairperson 



ORDINATION ADVISORY COUNCIL 



The Ordination Advisory Council of the Wilmington Baptist Association, upon the request of 
the churches of like faith and denomination, has examined and recommended these four candidates be 
ordained for the Gospel Ministry. 

Minister : Requesting Church : 

It 1 Rev. Rocky Myrick Marketplace 

#2 Rev. William Moore Canetuck 

#3 Rev. Art Flores Forest Hills 

#4 Rev. Aaron Godbey Sunset Park 



The candidates were examined concerning their conversion, call to the ministry, and their 
attitude of co operation within baptist life as it concerns, the local Association, the Baptist State 
Convention, and the Southern Baptist Convention. 



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In a grave manner the members of the Ordination Council, have performed their work to ensure the 
purity of doctrine in our churches, to strengthen the fellowship between Baptist Churches, and to let 
the candidates know what is expected of them as pastors. 

We pray that more of our people will surrender their lives to the call of the Gospel Ministry. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Bob Compton, Chairman 

SEMINARY EXTENSION (Council on Higher Education! 

The Seminary Extension Center is sponsored by the Wilmington Baptist Association for the 
purpose of teaching, training and equipping Christians, both pastors and laymen, to be better ministers 
of our Lord. The Seminary Extension Center is affiliated with the Seminary Extension Department of 
the six seminaries of the Southern Baptist Convention. 

Two courses were taught this past year. Rev. Gregg Newton taught the Old Testament 
Survey and is currently teaching "Ephesians & Philippians" at Castle Hayne Baptist Church. 

If you are interested in learning more about the Bible and our Lord and how you can better 
serve Him, we would love to have you take one of our courses. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Gregg Newton, Chairman 

MUSIC COUNCIL 

The highlight of the 1 995 96 year came in May when our council, along with Winter Park 
Baptist Church, hosted the North Carolina Baptist Singers in concert. After an afternoon of rehearsing, 
the group feasted on a meal of, (what else?) seafood! 

What a beautiful evening of worship, as the singers and instrumentalists praised our Lord 
through music. It was also a blessing to hear testimonies from music ministers about the work God 
is doing in their lives. The evening was even more meaningful because it was the final concert for the 
Singers under the leadership of Charles Storey, Director of the Church Music Department of the Baptist 
State Convention. Charles retired just a few days after the concern. 

Some events that are being planned for 1996-97 include: 

- Fellowship and Idea Exchange for Ministers of Music 

- Leadership Workshops 

- A major event in the area of worship 

We look forward to an exciting year of music ministry in our Association. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Peggy M. Croom, Chairperson 



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BROTHERHOOD COUNCIL 



"Men Doing What Men Do Best", that's Baptist men and boys involved in missions. In our 
Association we see men and their families doing missions in our homes, neighborhoods, churches, 
communities, state, nation, and world. 

Many exciting events and opportunities for training have been offered this year, some of 
which are listed below: 

Our Association Annual Baptist Men's Prayer Breakfast was held at Wrightsville Beach Baptist 
Church with Maurice Cook, President of NC Baptist Men, bringing a challenging new year 
message. 

- Baptist Men's Day, January 28, was observed in many of our 61 churches. 

- The State Baptist Men's Conference on May 17-18 was held in High Point, NC, and was well 
attended. The theme was "Every Church On Mission." 

- The Associational Baptist Men's Rally was held at Northside Baptist Church on May 23 with 
Jerry Lethco presenting a motivating evangelistic message. He also handed out 
information on the North Carolina and South Africa Partnership with mission trip dates 
already requested. During the meeting Hal Langley was awarded the much deserved "Layman 
of the Year Award" for 1996. 

- Baptist men from our Association were instrumental in loading relief boxes for North 
Korea Famine Relief. The boxes were collected at the First Baptist Church Activity 
Center and placed on pallets to be loaded on container ships at the State Ports. 

- Our Association has been the recipient of Disaster Response teams due to Hurricane 
Bertha and Fran. The Brotherhood Council has made the commitment to be able to 
respond in the future with the same compassion that we have received from Baptist 
men and women across our country. 

Respectfully submitted. 
Tommy Todd 

PRAYER COUNCIL 

Your Prayer Council has met regularly in 1996. We have adopted the following job 
description; It shall be the duty of the Prayer Council: To promote praying for Bold Mission Thrust; To 
enlist, train (equip) individuals and churches to pray; To assist in beginning prayer programs in the 
churches; To provide special programs and emphasis; To promote national and international prayer 
emphasis; To survey our churches, WMU's and Baptist Men with the idea of promoting, encouraging, 
and/or coordinating our prayer efforts; and To begin an Associational prayer program. 

We have organized our council as follows: Director of Events/Projects - Jimmy English; 
Director of Training (equipping) Sally MacCallum; Director of Enlistment - Rick Howell; Director of 
Resources - Robert Ray James; and Director of Special Prayer Emphasis - Linda Carroll. 

We have a prayer time for the WBA staff and others who will join us on Wednesday at 9:00 
a.m. Also, we lead a prayer time fifteen minutes before each Executive Committee Meeting, 
Annual Meeting, and General Board Meeting. 



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Plans are being made to call a Solemn Assembly as part of our Associational Emphasis Week. 
We stand ready to assist individuals and/or churches to improve their prayer life. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Paul C. Nix, Director 

SPECIAL MISSIONS MINISTRIES 
MATTHEW 25 COUNCIL 

The Matthew 25 Center is a hospitality type facility for inmate families sponsored by the 
Wilmington Baptist Association. This mission is the only one of its kind in North Carolina. Through this 
mission we plan to have a six (6) bedroom facility for families of inmates to stay while visiting inmates 
in Pender County. This is the second largest Correctional Unit in North Carolina. While families are at 
our center, we will have available; material needs, vesper services, Sunday School, and Counseling. The 
New Hanover Country Correctional Unit could also benefit from the Matthew 25 Mission. 

From September 1, 1995 to September 1, 1996 our net increase is $28.430.07 to 
$55.768.67 in our Matthew 25 account. Along with our monetary gifts and donations, we had several 
projects: light the Matthew 25 Christmas Tree, sale of T-shirts and caps with our logo, Bar-B Que 
sandwiches at Spring Fest, and our main project was a Gospel Sing on May 24, 1996 at UNC W. We 
raised over $12,000.00 and was donated a 1977 Cadillac which we now have for sale. We had 
donation of time and resources in cleaning up the lot. In the Spring, Bud and Sarah Taylor moved into 
the area and has been busy working on the lot,, witnessing and spreading the news about Matthew 
25 and helping in any way they can. 

Debi Edge who had the vision of Matthew 25, starting attending Law School at UNC in 

August. 

We had our ground breaking on April 21, 1996. We have a complete set of plans by Kent 
Harman, our Architect, who saved us a tremendous amount of money by donating most of his time and 
resources. We have a General Contractor, Waitus English; an Electrical Contractor, Jim Bowden; and 
Heating and Air Conditioning Contractor, Robert Croom. We need a plumber. We have 3 churches 
waiting ready with men to begin work. 

We have changed to a concrete slab instead of a crawl space and saved approximately 
$ 1 5,000.00. As soon as the location of the building and elevation of the slab is determined, we will 
begin work. Hurricane Fran has delayed us too. It will take approximately $100,000.00 to dry in the 
building so we need more funds but as we begin work we are confident the Lord will handle this need. 

Our goals this year are: To develop a support group from inmate families;To develop an 
advisory board; To advise us in raising funds; To take advantage of the opportunities offered by our 
local Christian radio station; and To continue our work with policies and procedures. I'll continue to 
speak on behalf of the Matthew 25 Center to civic clubs, industrial companies, businesses and 
churches. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Jim Robinson, Chairman 



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COUNSELING CENTER 



The mission of the NC Baptist Hospital Counseling Center is "to provide spiritual and 
psychological help for those who seek hope and healing in facing the relational challenges of life." The 
Counseling Center serves the southeastern region of North Carolina through personal and family 
therapy, programs of spiritual wellness, communication, and marriage and parenting skills. 

The NC Baptist Hospital Counseling Center opened in September 1991 as cooperative 
ministry of the NC Baptist Hospital Department of Pastoral Care and the Wilmington Baptist 
Association. Rev. H. Mac Wallace, D. Mm., a staff member of the Department of Pastoral Care, came 
here as the director of the center. Because of the growing requests for counseling, additional part time 
counselors have joined us. Wendy Harris, a member of Calvary, came in the spring of 1 992, and Linda 
Longley, a member of Riley's Creek, joined us in the fall of 1992. Emma Wallace joined us as an intern 
in marriage and family therapy in May 1995 and John Rogers, who is a part-time associate minister 
at College Acres Baptist Church, joined us as an intern in marriage and family 
therapy in September 1995. Dorothy West, a member of Southside, joined us in May of 1993 to help 
with the bookkeeping needs. Currently, she is providing the secretarial support for the center. Cindy 
Bordeaux, she attends Ogden Baptist Church, has just begun working with us to provide the additional 
secretarial coverage we have desperately needed. Dr. George Franks, a psychologist who works in the 
Fayetteville counseling center, comes two times each month to help us with evaluation and supervision. 

The Brunswick Baptist Association has opened a Counseling Center this month that will be 
connected to this center until it grows to a free standing center. (The Wilmington center began in the 
same way connected to the Fayetteville Center.) The Reverend John Gray, Ph.D. has been hired to 
direct that center. John is an ordained Baptist minister who is moving here from a counseling position 
in Louisville, Ky. He will also be working some out of the Wilmington center until his case load 
demands full time in the Brunswick Center. 

The board of directors was appointed by the Wilmington Baptist Association to provide 
direction and funding for the center. The board is asking each church to include the Counseling Center 
in its budget for next year. The total budget needs for the center during the 1995-96 year is 

$59,530.00. 

Since the center opened, nearly 1,000 different individuals, couples, or families have been 
seen in the Counseling Center. Approximately 75% of these referrals came from churches or pastors. 
Currently, we average three to four new referrals each week, and this seems to be a constant trend 
that continues to affirm our need to provide this ministry. 

Respectfully submitted, 
H. Mac Wallace, Director 



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INTERNATIONAL SEAMAN'S SERVICE CENTER 

A Foreign Mission of Ministry at Home 

The International Seaman's Service Center of Wilmington, NC, is composed of a very active 
group of caring volunteers. Fifteen of these are members of local Baptist churches. The organization 
is physically and financially supported by the six major denominations in the Wilmington area. A full- 
time chaplain is the only paid employee. The Center is staffed 12 hours a day by volunteers who reach 
out their hands in Christian friendship to seafarers from around the world. These men, and sometimes 
women, are away from home an average of 10 months at a time and are in port for only a few hours 
and are very grateful for the services provided. 

The Seaman's Center is located in a former Navy Barracks building at the State Port. Due 
to donations from churches and residents of the community, the seafarers can spend some pleasant 
time making telephone calls to their families and enjoying Christian friendship and service provided. The 
Center contains a library, TV room, recreation room, clothing closet and equipment for telephoning. 
Since most ships are in port only 8-12 hours, the welcoming smiles and voices of volunteers on duty 
are their only touch with people other than aboard ship. This is our opportunity to show our Christian 
love and caring to a multi-cultured society. Although many of these men speak little English, we find 
we can communicate. Only through the continued support of the churches can this ministry exist. 

527 ships called at our State Ports this year. 

4,633 Seaman visited the Center this year. 

We provided 268 Bibles in different languages. 

A full-time chaplain visits the ships to meet the needs of the seamen. 

We maintain a clothing closet - men from 3rd countries receive very low pay and 

purchase for family and self.. We are always in need of good, clean clothes, 

especially men'.s. 

A Chapel area for service or quiet meditation is provided. 
Cookies, coffee, and tea are provided by local churches. We need more. 
Bicycles are on hand for trips to the store - also a station wagon when needed. 
We also serve our own military men who use our port. 

We need more regular Baptist volunteers. Please join me in prayer that more of our people 
will join us in this world-wide ministry of sharing the love of Jesus. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Sally Lennon, Director 

MISSIONARY FURLOUGH HOUSE COMMITTEE 

Most of the year our house has been vacant. In January of 96 our new Director of Missions, 
Rev. Jerry Lethco and his wife, moved into the house until they could find a home in Wilmington. In 
August of 96 Tom and Susan Canady from Honduras arrived on furlough. They will be in the house 
until August 1997. In August 1997 Ray and Joyce Rogers, our very first missionaries that we housed, 
will be in the house for a year. 



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i ne nuuse nas naa some termite damage which was repaired and the house treated. The 
house does not hold paint very well and the decision has been made to put vinyl siding on the trim work. 
Someone has volunteered to do the work for us and the materials will be purchased from our budget. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Yvonne Lewis, Chairperson 

ESL (ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE) 

For nineteen years Conversational English classes have been held at Winter Park Baptist 
Church and supported by the Wilmington Baptist Association. The number of International lives 
touched and influenced by the people who tutored them and witnessed to them is unknown. However, 
it is for this reason that we, who teach the Internationals weekly, desire that the program continue and 
grow. We thank the Association and Winter Park Church for their continued support. 

During the 1995-96 school year there were thirteen (13) tutors who were regularly in 
attendance on Wednesday mornings and Sunday during the Sunday School hour. Six other tutors either 
substituted in event of absence or tutored for a short time. More than seventy (70) students from 
twenty one (21 ) countries were enrolled during this year. Over two thousand (2,000) hours were spent 
by these tutors teaching or in related activities. 

Two Tutor Trainer Workshops were held during the year with nineteen (19) tutors certified. 
Some of these began teaching immediately after becoming certified either in the Wednesday program 
or on their own at their convenience. Others plan to use their skills in foreign countries (some as 
missionaries). 

A nursery for pre school children of the International students is provided each Wednesday 
morning and offers a real mission opportunity to anyone who loves children and is willing to devote one 
morning a week keeping these children. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Gladys Baker, Director 

ASSOCIATIONAL MISSIONS DEVELOPMENT 

MISSIONS DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL 

The Associational Missions Development Council and Project Directors continue to 
provide coordination for multiple mission ministries. We are in the process of leading each church 
that does not have one, to set up a Missions Development program. We view the church as the 
primary missions provider, and stand ready to assist. 

We appreciate all the hundreds who came to our aid after Hurricanes Bertha and Fran. 



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We anticipate that 1997 will be a great year of Missions Development. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Paul C. Nix, Director 

COMPONENT PROGRAMS 
LANGUAGE MISSIONS 

HISPANIC MISSIONS 

Praise be to God for all the great things He has done at the Hispanic Church, Primera Iglesia 
Bautista. We have finished the fellowship hall and thanks to all who helped with time, money, labor, 
and all the gifts that were donated. Praise be to God. It is finished and it is beautiful and was done 
by people who love to do mission work. Thank you so much from the bottom of our hearts. One of the 
wonderful things about it is, it is paid for. You are welcome to visit both of our buildings anytime you 
would like to come and we will tell you all the story. 

Our Medical/Dental Clinic was a success. There were 12 saved. It was a great time of 
witnessing and sharing the Gospel with our people. Thanks to everyone who helped with the clinics. 
We couldn't have done without all the volunteers especially the doctors who volunteered their time. 

Our Summer ministry in the trailer parks went great. We had 42 saved during this Summer 
ministry. We had three youth groups come this Summer. They went out with our people into many 
areas and witnessed to them and as a result many came to know Christ. 

We are averaging around 50 to 60 in service each Sunday with an enrollment of 50 members. 
We have a beautiful choir and did two musicals this year and one Christmas drama. We are preparing 
a drama for the park in October on the creation. Our people love Jesus. Mrs. Lennon is helping us 
with a new class teaching English through the Bible. They are excited about this. Praise the Lord that 
our people aren't afraid to witness for Christ. Gus has taught them the win class and how to give their 
testimonies. One of our young men taught a Baptist doctrine class and we are studying the Book of 
Revelations on Sunday night. This young man also teaches a Sunday School class. 

Thank you, Wilmington Baptist for all the support you have given us and continue to pray 

for us. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Gus and Peggy Lara, Hispanic Directors 

CHINESE MINISTRY 

Calvary Baptist Church rejoices in the answer to prayer! The Lord has sent a full-time 
Chinese Pastor to minister to the Chinese people in this area. Reverend Abraham Ho accepted the call 
and became Chinese Pastor on staff at Calvary in March, 1996. Rev. Ho, along with his wife, Gloria, 
have begun a Sunday school class at 9:30 a.m. each Sunday. The Bible Study continues to grow; as 



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many as eleven new Chinese have been added to the fellowship. He has begun a Bible Study in Chinese 
on Tuesday afternoons at the church and has opened his home two nights a month for Bible Study. 
Three Chinese were saved and baptized by Rev. Ho in July, 1996. The Chinese fellowship meets every 
second Saturday at 6:00 p.m. The Ho's are visiting in the homes of the Chinese and Chinese 
businesses. The Chinese are responding to their love and concern. Recently, a Chinese lady that could 
not speak English was admitted to the New Hanover Regional Medical Center. Rev. Ho was called by 
the hospital to assist. He was able to minister to a very special need. Rev. Ho will begin a Chinese 
worship service in January 1997 at 10:45 a.m. each Sunday in the McGee Chapel. God is good and 
faithful,, and we give Him all the praise. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Katherine Godwin, Director 

Pat & Sam Glazier, Co Chairpersons Chinese Committee 

JAPANESE MINISTRY 

The Japanese community in Wilmington continues to increase in number as more families 
and students arrive. Winter Park Baptist Church, the NC Baptist State Convention and Wilmington 
Baptist Association are reaching out with the love of Jesus to them through ESL Classes, Bible Studies 
and friendly contacts. Twenty (20) Japanese families, thirteen (13) Japanese wives of Americans, two 
(2) full term UNC W Japanese Exchange Students, one (1) High School student, four (4) Japanese 
language teachers and twenty (20) short-term exchange UNC W students were ministered to this past 
year. 

The short term exchange students were here for seven weeks. They were welcomed with 
a Reception/Desert Party at Winter Park Baptist Church and was co-hosted by BSU students. Winter 
Park church families hosted these students in their homes two Sundays and also took them shopping 
and sight seeing at other times. The students attended ESL classes and worship at Winter Park 
Baptist Church during the school year. They were hosted by three Winter Park families. 

One (1) Japanese couple attended the NC Baptist Assembly for Japanese which was held 
at Meredith where there were more than two hundred in attendance. 

Twenty (20) Japanese were enrolled in English classes at Winter Park Baptist Church (using 
the Bible to teach English). 

The NC Baptist State Convention Japanese Pastor, Rev. Yasushi Tomono, with his wife, 
were with us for 7 visits. He led Monday morning Bible Studies for Japanese wives in their homes with 
an average attendance of nine (9). Sunday evenings he had special Bible Studies for college students 
and professionals with an average attendance of seven (7). Rev. and Mrs. Tomono are a great blessing 
to the Japanese Ministry here and throughout the State. 

One (1) Japanese wife attended International Bible Study every Monday morning led by Vicki 
Tutterow. Another Japanese wife met with Mary Ellen Benton weekly for Bible Study. The monthly 
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Thank you Wilmington Baptist Association for support of this ministry. Please continue to 
pray with me that many Japanese will accept Jesus as we minister in His name. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Sally Lennon, Director 

KOREAN MINISTRY 

The First Southern Baptist Korean Church of Wilmington, North Carolina is located on South 
College Road. This is a very active church that reaches out to all the Koreans in this area. 

Reverend Tae Ku Lee and his wife, Jeong Ok Lee, are faithful servants of the Lord. Their 
dedication is an inspiration to everyone. Reverend Lee works long hours ministering to his members 
and visiting newcomers to Wilmington. 

This year the church was saddened by the tragic death of Sue Davis and her husband Eddie. 
Sue was a charter member of the church, the pianist and the WMU Director. She also often served as 
translator and liaison with the Association. Her beautiful smile and wonderful Christian spirit were 
a blessing to all who came into contact with her. We are grateful to God for the way He blessed our 
lives through her ministry. 

The church continues to grow in number, outreach and spiritual maturity. A full schedule 
of activities involves members in service as they share the Gospel of Jesus Christ. The members look 
to the future when the building will be filled for every service. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Mary Margaret Brooks 

CHRISTIAN SOCIAL MINISTRIES 

PHYSICALLY HANDICAPPED 

Another year has gone by, with many blessings. Because, every phone call I have received, 
we have had the handicap equipment that was needed. Wheelchairs seem to be the hardest to find, 
but the Lord has opened the doors even for these. 

Don't forget to ask your church to donate any. handicap equipment that is not being used. 
All you have to do is contact the Association or me (Dixie Riley) so that we can come and pick it up and 
supply it to the handicaps that cannot afford to buy them, for we are here to help others and this is 
a great need everywhere. 

On October 12th we had our annual yard sale at Sea Gate Baptist Church to raise funds to 
help the handicap. This is the only time we raise money for the handicaps that are in need. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Dixie Riley, Director 



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BLANK PAGE 



BLOOD DRIVE 



Many people gave of their time and talents to make this drive a big success. Laura Spivey 
and Ola Ball coordinated the drive at Winter Park Baptist Church and Shirley Horn was in charge of the 
one at Surf City. Winter Park let us use their facilities for the third year. The Red Cross praised this 
drive for the number of donors, the beautiful facility and the dedication of the volunteers. 

This year Calvary Baptist Church had the largest number of donors. Winter Park Baptist 
Church was second and third place was a tie between Pine Valley Baptist Church and Wrightsboro 
Baptist Church. We are grateful to everyone that donated blood and also to all the people that 
furnished snacks and drinks. Through our efforts to supply clean and healthy blood, we ministered to 
the health needs of our city in a meaningful way. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Laura Spivey, Director 

SENIOR ADULT MINISTRY 

Four exciting rallies were held this year. The November rally was held at Northside Baptist 
Church with 1 53 people present. In February we met at Masonboro Baptist Church with 1 80 people 
attending. In May, 238 people joined us for the rally at Winter Park Baptist Church. The August rally 
was held at First Baptist Church, Wallace. We had 255 senior adults in attendance. The Association 
is grateful to the churches who host these rallies. We always look forward to an inspirational time 
together whenever these meetings take place. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Paul Bunn, Director 

CHILDREN'S CLOTHES CLOSET 

We are grateful to all the volunteers who make this ministry possible. Many fine ladies keep 
the clothes closet neat and in season. Lake Forest Baptist Church is so gracious in providing excellent 
facilities for this ministry. The closet is open on the 1st and 3rd Thursday of each month from 9:30 
a.m. till 1 1:30 a.m. This was an especially good year. Around 1,870 pieces of clothing were given to 
people in need. Many new people utilized the closet. 

We always need clothes for children. We especially need winter coats and warm outfits. 
These may be brought to the Associational office or to Lake Forest Baptist Church. 

Respectfully submitted, 
June Tregembo, Director 

RESORT/LEISURE MINISTRIES 

This indeed has been an unusual Summer that we will never forget. We are thankful that 
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a different story. She did cause a lot of destruction and devastation. 

Now in the aftermath of the storm, we can reflect on the good that was accomplished this 
Summer. We thank the Lord for our three Summer Missionaries: Lorie Hatley - Rogers Bay 
Campground; Monica Loiselle - Surf City; and Tracy Klutz - Kure Beach, for their outstanding work and 
their flexibility to a changing situation. 

We had a total of 13 youth groups from North Carolina (4); Tennessee (3); South Carolina 
(2); Virginia (2); Kentucky (1); and West Virginia (1). These groups led 10 Day Camps with a total 
attendance of 151 at Kure Beach, Rogers Bay Campground, Surf City Campground and Lanier's 
Campground. After Hurricane Bertha, the groups from Grace Covenant Baptist Church of Knoxville, 
Tennessee, and Centerville Baptist Church of Anderson, South Carolina, helped a great deal with Bertha 
clean up. 

The First Baptist Church of Churchill, Tennessee and the Centerville Baptist Church of 
Anderson, South Carolina, conducted Vacation Bible Schools at the Surf City Baptist Church. 

There were weekly Worship Services conducted at the Rogers Bay Campground by Rev. Don 
Horn, Richard Thornton and Bill Finch. Pearline Morgan, Campers on Mission, kept things moving in the 
campground. Jonny Watkins did a great job with the music each week. At the Surf City Family 
Campground, we were grateful for Bennie and Phyllis Goetze, Campers on Mission, who conducted the 
Worship Services each week. Also, Bennie and Phyllis were great in helping with after Bertha clean up. 

This Summer has not been as good as in previous Summers because of Bertha and also 
because of not having a full-time Resort Ministries Director. I definitely feel that our Associational 
should have a full-time Resort/Leisure Ministry Director and it should be done soon! 

In closing here is a summary of the 1996 Summer report: 

- 1 1 Professions of Faith 

2 Recommentments 

1 0 Day Camps with an enrollment of 1 51 

- 45 Family Evening Programs with attendance of 4,011 

- 769 Attendance at the Worship Services 

3 Hot Dog Lunches (feeding approximately 1,200 people) 

Respectfully submitted, 
Don Horn, Director 

WBA STAFF REPORTS 

CHURCH RENEWAL/DEVELOPMENT 

"Strengthen The Church Body and Each Member of the Congregation" is the mission 
statement for Church Renewal in the Wilmington Baptist Association. Many of our churches are seeing 
this strengthening and spiritual awakening through a journey of lay renewals. The first renewal 
weekend is a look inward that emphasizes our personal relationship with Jesus Christ. The second 
weekend is a look outward where the church body finds and uses the gifts given to every believer for 
service. The third weekend can be an "Experiencing God Weekend" or any number of discipleship 
emphasis. Our Association has been blessed with a great number of lay team members as well as many 



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pastors who serve as resource leaders for these weekends. Last year teams from our Association 
served all through North Carolina and other states sharing the love of Jesus: 

5 Lay Renewal Weekends 
4 Experiencing God Weekends 
1 Ministry Weekend 

Numerous Home and Foreign Missions in New York, Brazil, South Africa, Ukraine, Honduras, 
Germany, etc. 

God uses many ways to renew His church, Bible teaching, preaching, prayer, revivals, 
partnerships and a growing discipleship ministry. If church renewal can be of service to your church, 
please call the WBA Office. 

Respectfully submitted, 
John Truitt, Director 

CHURCH AND COMMUNITY MINISTRIES 

I am so grateful to God for the opportunity to serve in the Wilmington Baptist Association. 
It is a joy and privilege to work with the outstanding staff and volunteers who make this organization 
function so beautifully. God has answered our prayers this year as we have sought to follow His 
leadership and His guidance. He has opened doors of opportunity, sent volunteers, and provided 
financial support in ways that often seemed miraculous. It is awesome to serve such a wondrous and 
mighty God. 

Thank you for this opportunity to share some of the exciting things that happened this year. 
During the year many people were helped with emergency assistance. Two hundred seventy-five people 
representing one hundred seventy-nine family units were assisted with such things as food, utilities, 
clothing, medicine, gasoline, toiletry items, funeral expenses, Christmas toys, rent and emergency motel 
rooms. Many people were also provided with school supplies and blankets. Many people were also 
given Bibles. They were witnessed to and encouraged to become involved in a church if they were not 
attending one already. 

We had four well-attended Senior Adult Rallies. They were held at Masonboro Baptist 
Church, Winter Park Baptist Church, First Baptist Church of Wallace, and Northside Baptist Church. 
All of the churches provided meals and the senior adults enjoyed the inspiration, the fellowship and the 
food. 

The January Blood Drive was called by the Red Cross a big success. It was held at Winter 
Park Baptist Church. Many people donated blood, and others who did not give blood participated by 
sending cookies, crackers and soft drinks. 

The Inner City program continued to grow and develop this year. It was a joy to see Hope 
Baptist Mission flourish under the pastoral leadership of the Reverend James Jamison. The Reverend 
David Brisson and I worked together in such programs as the Dolphin club, the providing of 
Thanksgiving and Christmas baskets, and summer missions groups. This year we had five Inner City 
summer missionaries and one multi-housing missionary. Our multi-housing missionary worked in 



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Governours Square Apartments. The missionaries made more than a thousand contacts with children. 
The Lord opened doors so that by the end of the summer we had a Bible Club in each of the project 
areas that house children. This had been a goal for many years. Most of the recreational directors in 
those housing areas expressed the hope that this ministry could be continued throughout the entire 
year. 

It has been a real pleasure to work with the WMU in all of their projects. I especially enjoyed 
teaching the Child Advocacy Project material at the Missions Extravaganza at Ridgecrest. 

The Matthew 25 project continued to be an inspiration. On March 25th we held the ground- 
breaking. This was a very significant event for all who were present. 

Two hurricanes during the summer involved us in disaster relief. Following Hurricane Fran 
I was especially involved in recruiting volunteers to help serve the meals at Winter Park and Carolina 
Beach. During those two weeks 183,284 meals were prepared by the Disaster Relief Unit ft 1 of the 
North Carolina Baptist Men, stationed in the large parking lot behind Winter Park Baptist Church. 
Meals were served on the site and others were prepared there and sent out to various other feeding 
sites. On Thursday, September 12, there were 27,000 meals served in one day. We are continuing 
to be involved in the restoration of people's lives. 

Language Missions has continued to grow and develop. It was an answer to years of prayer 
when the Reverend Abraham Ho and his wife Gloria moved to Wilmington to serve as the pastor of the 
Chinese Mission sponsored by Calvary Baptist Church. 

The Reverend Gus Lara and his wife Peggy have continued to work faithfully with our 
Hispanic people at Primera Iglesia. We rejoiced with them in the completion of the beautiful new 
fellowship hall. The Medical/Dental Clinic, held at Riley's Creek Baptist Church, was a big success. 
Sixty-one people, many of them migrants, received medical or dental assistance, and thirteen people 
made professions of faith. Four other dental clinics for Hispanics were held at the office of Dr. C. Ben 
Smith during the summer. Three summer mission groups made a dynamic impact on the Hispanics living 
in the trailer parks. We also hope that in the coming year we will have a new Hispanic mission in 
Pender County, sponsored by the Burgaw Baptist Church and sharing a pastor with another new 
mission sponsored by the First Baptist Church of Wallace and the Rose Hill Baptist Church. We have 
been meeting and praying and planning for this over a span of many months. 

The Wilmington Korean Baptist Church has been saddened by the recent tragic deaths of Sue 
and Eddie Davis. Sue was a charter member of the church, the pianist, WMU Director, and my chief 
contact among the Koreans. We are grateful to have Pastor Lee, with his mature leadership during 
these difficult days. 

The Japanese Fellowship continues to grow and develop. Winter Park Baptist Church 
remains their faithful sponsor and supporter. 

Shirley Horn was a great help in our ESL classes. She helped keep records, did the bulletin 
boards, kept the nursery, and helped organize our books. This year we had 66 students from 21 
different countries. I enjoyed serving as a substitute teacher whenever I was needed. We are grateful 
to the Winter Park Baptist Church for continuing to provide a place for this important ministry. 



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This year we have worked cooperatively with Seamen's Center, Cape Fear Rescue Mission, 
Domestic Violence Shelter, Good Shepherd, Families in Crisis, Wilmington Resident Facility, United Way, 
Yahweh House, Hospitality House, and the Interfaith Homeless Network. 

This has been a busy and wonderful year. I am grateful to God for His goodness and mercy. 
I am also grateful to all of you who help organize, plan, implement and pray for these ministries. May 
God continue to bless us as we seek to honor Him and give praise and glory to His holy name. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Mary Margaret Brooks, Director 

INNER CITY MINISTRIES 

God has richly blessed Inner City Ministries over the past year far beyond our expectations. 
Generous support from our local churches and individuals keep us ministering to the needy. The First 
Baptist Church of Wilmington, Winter Park Baptist Church, the Baptist State Convention and the 
Wilmington Baptist Association provided the financial support to keep our missionary, David Brisson, 
on the field. 

Under the supervision of Mrs. Mary Margaret Brooks, our Church and Community Ministries 
Director, the Inner City Ministries also include: 

- Hope Baptist Mission, Rev. James Jamison, Pastor 

- Library 

■ Food Pantry 

- RA/GA's at Hope Mission 

- Recreational Ministries for Youth 

■ Tutoring program with Inner City children 

- Full-time summer program for children and youth 

- Several Backyard Bible Clubs, averaging over 50 children per meeting 

- Ministries to adults of all ages, through Hope Mission 

- Bus Ministry 

- Inner City Council 

■ Christmas/Thanksgiving assistance for needy families 

- Prison Ministries 

- Operation Education 

- Sunday School for children 

- Wednesday program for children 

Inner City has added a SWAT Team (Sharing, Witnessing, and Teaching). Ms. Kathryn 
Larkins, a graduate of Southern Seminary of Louisville, Kentucky, directs this team which gives us 
weekly service to several more Public Housing Communities. Kathy King and Gail Long Necker head up 
a new ministry by Wrightsville Beach Baptist Church to the Jervay Community called Hidden Angel of 
Hope. Truly, exciting days are ahead for Inner City. 

Respectfully submitted, 
David Brisson, Director 



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BAPTIST STUDENT UNION 



Baptist Student Union has reached a new level during this past year. Many milestones were 
reached and goals achieved. The greatest achievement of the 1995-1996 year was the completion of 
the Baptist Student Center. It all started on June 18, 1994, with the clearing of the land. It was 
completed in February 1996. Dedication of the new facility was March 16, 1996. Most of the 
construction of the building was done with volunteer labor, under the direction and supervision of Mr. 
A. H. Harrell. His appreciation for detail insured that the building was constructed solidly and correctly. 
The true test came July and September with Hurricanes Bertha and Fran. The Student Center did not 
experience one single leak, nor were there any missing singles, and no structural damage of any kind. 
How blessed we are to benefit from the talents of the Baptist Men, primarily, and the wisdom of the 
Building Contractor. Because of their meticulous work, our building was able to be used as a shelter 
for the many chain saw teams, who cam to help us after Hurricane Fran. They were able to sleep on 
the floor of our Student Center and use the shower during a time when most of the surround 
communities had no power and no water. The students helped with clean up and various needs of the 
disaster relief units. They also traveled in the Red Cross Food Distribution trucks and helped with some 
cleaning at Wrightsville Beach Baptist Church. 

Much of the year was spent around construction, and restructuring. The position of Baptist 
Student Union Director became full-time in the Fall, as the position of Resort Ministry Director was 
redirected to Rev. Don Horn, pastor of Surf City Baptist Church. Watching the construction of the 
Student Center from the ground up was extremely exciting. There were times when I thought it would 
never be completed. Looking back, everything worked the way it was supposed to work. I was 
especially proud of the students during this time. They were always on hand to help with hauling 
lumber, sweeping, mopping, and much of the really dusty and dirty work. 

During all of this construction, the Fall season provided more than its share of hard times. 
Several students were experiencing grief, my father had a heart attack, and was hospitalized for two 
weeks, and numerous meetings were scheduled to tend to details of the future Center. Rocky Myrick, 
Assistant Director and the students continued to stay on top of things during my absence. The Fall 
Retreat at Fort Caswell was one of the best times of the year last November. 

Other Fall activities that the students participated in were: Volleyball Tournament for 
Missions called "It's Your Serve," Student Fall Convention at Ridgecrest, Outreach team leadership in 
Morehead City, leading Lock-ins, the continuation of the BSU Ensemble, car wash fundraiser which 
raised $445.35, selling programs for missions money at local basketball games, singing at two area 
nursing homes, and participating in the campus wide Christmas Service for students, and exam 
"survival kits' for Freshmen. 

The momentum did not slow down during the winter. Our students continued raising money 
for State Missions and Summer Missions by working the concessions at the basketball games and 
selling programs. We had our annual Winter Retreat with Pembroke State University (now the 
University of North Carolina at Pembroke as of a few months ago). The retreat took place at Camp 
Rockfish, which was the first time for us. We also traveled to Chapel Hill to hear a Christian concert 
the first part of February. We officially moved into our new building in February. Our new Director of 
Missions joined the staff of the Association during these high energy times, and provided the leadership 



77 



that we needed. Students showed their concern for international students by participating in the 
Winter Park Fellowship with the Japanese Exchange Students. It was a very good meeting. 

The Spring was very upbeat for student ministry. We had the dedication of the new Student 
Center on March 16. We had ten students attend the leadership Spring Conference at Camp Caraway. 
We elected new officers to serve on the BSU Council. They are Jessica Allen, President; Sara Jones, 
Vice President; Marietta Heustess, Secretary/Treasurer; Michelle Stevens, Christian Growth Leader; 
Kevin Chewning, Church and Community leader; Paige Caldwell, Campus Outreach Leader; April Bowen, 
Freshmen Leader; Dana Mcintosh, Publicity; and David Patched, Recreation/Activity Director. The 
council is excellent representatives of the total group. Our semester closed out with our group 
participating in the Campus-wide Easter Service and traveling to Fort Caswell to lead a Spring Fling 
weekend. Hundreds of youth from eastern North Carolina churches came for that weekend. Our group 
really shines in that area, under the leadership of the Assistant Director, Rocky Myrick. I closed out 
the school year by leading a council retreat at Topsail Island. 

BSU continued to meet during the Summer, every other week. We participated in three 
Freshmen Orientation Sessions, lead a Youth and Children's night at Wrightsboro Baptist Church, held 
a Mexican Fiesta night, and visited an area nursing home. I led a week-long conference at Fort Caswell 
for college students the last week of July. 

When August rolled around, we were ready for a brand new year. The boat cruise brought 
on board 77 students the day before classes began. Then the Hurricane hit, and everything was up in 
the air for a couple of weeks. The students carried on with their regular activities fairly quickly. At 
the writing of this report we now have 130 students in BSU this Fall, and continue to enroll new 
members each week. The students have much enthusiasm and energy. They have student led Bible 
Studies each week and are also finding places of leadership within their local church. Working with 
college students is a joy and an honor for me, and I am thankful for the opportunity to serve here in this 
great Association. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Carlene C. Evans, Baptist Campus Minister 

DIRECTOR OF MISSIONS 

My first nine months as DOM of the WBA have been rather slow and uneventful. We have 
only finished the BSU/Counseling Center building, made a trip to South Africa, preached eight revival 
meetings, visited thirty nine of our churches, helped implement the new Hispanic ministry at Burgaw, 
Wallace, Rose Hill, experienced two major hurricanes and one near miss. 

The above is written, "tongue in cheek" but it certainly has been an exciting and eventful year 
for the WBA, highlighted by the dedication of the BSU/Counseling Center Building. This facility has 
added to the effectiveness of the WBA ministry. It is now being used by approximately one hundred and 
thirty students. For many it has become their sanctuary and a home away from home. 

Other accomplishments in this area of work include the completion of the construction at 
Primera Iglesia Baptist Church. Those who worked so hard to bring these projects to completion are 



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to be commended for a job well done. 

The Matthew 25 Project is well under way. Construction is scheduled to begin December 
first and we hope to see it completed in late Spring. We can only speculate as to the many ways God 
will use this facility for His glory. 

A new Hispanic ministry has been started in Pender County. This is a joint effort, involving 
Burgaw Baptist, First Baptist Wallace, Rose Hill Baptist, the Eastern Baptist Association, the 
Wilmington Baptist Association and the North Carolina Baptist Convention. 

Much work is still being done in our Partnership ministry. The ninth church of a ten church 
commitment was completed in Brazil and an invitation to return to the church and do an evangelistic 
crusade is being worked on at this time. Money to build the tenth church is on hand and this will be 
completed by late ninety seven or ninety eight. 

Our current partnership is with South Africa. One team has already been to there to repair 
a church building for a Zulu congregation. Other projects Durban, South Africa are being worked on at 
this time. At this time we have request for teams to do six projects. 

Although the New York Partnership has been completed, John Truitt is still in touch with the 
Baptist there and we will consider any request we receive from them. Once a partnership is formed it 
is never really over. 

Other mission projects from within the WBA have been to the Ukraine , Prague, Honduras, 
and Germany. Wilmington Baptist are still touching people around the world for Christ. 

Now we come to the hurricanes. Bertha was bad , Fran was worse. From the moment Fran 
hit until the present, the staff of the of the WBA has been involved in Disaster Relief and Recovery. For 
two weeks your staff worked almost non stop. Mary Margaret Brooks provided invaluable help in 
securing volunteers for the feeding units. Carlene Evans and David Brisson coordinated Chain-saw units 
in over one hundred clean up projects. Judy Norris and Linda Carroll worked many hours of overtime, 
keeping the office open, handling a multitude of phone calls, and assisting those volunteers who were 
using the WBA Building for sleeping quarters. 

A special thanks goes to those churches that opened their doors and their hearts to be sites 
for feeding units, distribution points, and sleeping quarters for many of the volunteers that came to 
Wilmington in the wake of Hurricane Fran. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Jerry D. Lethco, DOM 



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WILMINGTON BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 
PROPOSED BUDGET 1996-1997 



100 


MISSION DEVELOPMENT MINISTRIES 






1 


Mission Development Council 




500.00 


2 


Lanquaqe Missions 








A Primera Iqlesia Bautista 




6.500.00 




B Wilminqton Korean 




6.000.00 




C Chinese Mission - Calvary 




6.000.00 




D International Banquet 




600.00 




E International Seamen's Service. Inc. 




3.000.00 




F ESL (English As A Second Lanquaqe) 




1.500.00 




G Japanese 




600.00 




H Summer Missionary 




2.000.00 




1 Burqaw Hispanic 




6.000.00 


3 


Christian Social Ministries 








A Family Assistance 




3.600.00 




B Summer Missions 




6.000.00 




C Literacy Worker IESL) 




3.000.00 




D Proarams/Conferences Tor Social Ministries 




500.00 




E Rescue Mission of Cape Fear 




2.000.00 




F Domestic Violence Shelter and Services. Inc. 




400.00 




G Day Shelter for Homeless - Good Shepherd House 




400.00 




H Ministry to Persons with Handicaps 




400.00 




1 Inner City Ministries 




6.000.00 




J Senior Adults 




550.00 




K Blood Drive 




130.00 




L Medical-Dental Missions 




550.00 


4 


Christian Life and Public Affairs 




200.00 


5 


Multiple Housinq 




2.000.00 


6 


Resort/Leisure 








A Summer Workers 




6.000.00 




B Ministry Proqrams 




1.200.00 




C Administrative Expenses & Conferences 




350.00 


7 


Church Expansion Ministries 








A Church Assistance 


$ 


400.00 




B New Work Conferences 




500.00 




C Expanded Ministries 




250.00 


8 


Chaplaincy Ministries 
A Families in Crisis 




1.000.00 




B Wilminqton Resident Facility 




250.00 




C Prison Ministry 




500.00 



80 



200 

1 


ASSOCIATIONAL MISSIONS PROJECTS 

Brazil and New York Projects 


$ 2.000.00 


2 


Bible Teachinp in Public Schools 


500.00 


3 


Baptist Student Union 
A Program 


9.400.00 




B Associate Director 


7.000.00 


4 


Missionary Furlouah House 


2.000.00 


5 


Hope Mission Church 


7.400.00 


6 


Outside Speakers 


400.00 


7 


Praver Ministrv 


1.000.00 


300 

1 


ORGANIZATIONAL MINISTRIES 

Sunday School 


$ 1.500.00 


2 


Discipleship Trainino. 


500.00 


3 


Brotherhood 


1.500.00 


4 


WMU 


6.671.00 


5 


Music 


1.000.00 


6 


Evanaefism 


1.500.00 


7 


Youth 


1.500.00 


8 


Sinales Ministrv 


750.00 


9 


Seminary Extension 


500.00 


10 


Media (Library) 


500.00 


11 


Church Administration 


500.00 


12 


Stewardship 


800.00 


400 

1 


SALARIES AND BENEFITS • MISSIONARY STAFF 

Director of Missions 
A.I. Salary 


$ 24.147.00 




2. Housinq 


17.510.00 




B. Benefits 
1 . Retirement 


4.104.00 




2. Hospitalization 


5.865.00 




3. Life & Disability 


1.594.00 




4. Social Security (Offset) 


3.153.00 


2 


Associate Director for Church and Community Missions 
A.I. Salary 


$ 21.845.00 




2. Housinq 


7.166.00 




B. Benefits 
1 . Retirement 


2.488.00 




2. Hospitalization 


HMB 




3. Life & Disability 


1.170.00 


3 


Associate Director for Resort/Leisure/BSU 
A.1. Salary 


$ 21.845.00 




2. Housinq 


7.166.00 




B. Benefits 
1 . Retirement 


2.488.00 




2. Hospitalization 


1.420.00 




3. Life & Disability 


572.00 



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1.969.00 


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1 478 00 




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1.460.00 


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$ 5 459 00 




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5.880.00 


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1 346 00 


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$ 300.00 


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82 



700 CAPITAL ITEMS 

1 Office Equipment 


$ 3.000.00 


2 Improvements & Maintenance 


2.500.00 


BOO STATISTICAL SUPPLIES & PROGRAMS 

1 Annual Meetina and Clerk's Supplies 


$ 150.00 


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1.750.00 


Baotist State Convention. Churches. Individuals 


$414,520.00 
- 76.300.00 


$338,220.00 



83 



WILMINGTON BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 
FINANCIAL REPORT FOR 1995 1996 



RECEIPTS 

Balance October 31, 1995 

Budget Receipts - Churches 

Baptist State Convention 
Money Market Investment 
Other Gifts 

Designated Receipts 

Total Receipts 
Total Funds Available 
DISBURSEMENTS 
Budget 
Designated 
Total Disbursements 

Total Funds Available 
Total Disbursements 
BALANCE OCTOBER 31, 1996 



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NATIONSBANK MONEY MARKET INVESTMENT ACCOUNT DESIGNATED FUNDS 



1. 


AIDS Proiect 


$ 80.00 


2. 


BSU ■ New Building 


• 1.800.96 


3. 


BSU ■ Special Projects 


2.230.52 


4. 


BSU ■ Carlene Evans 


0.00 


5. 


BSU ■ Rockv Mvrick 


2.089.80 


6. 


Baptist Retirement Home 


4.942.71 


7. 


Basketball 


0.00 


8. 


Black Church Program Assistance ■ BSC 


1.285.81 


9. 


Brazil 


• 3.803.67 


10. 


Brazil Building 


7.500.00 


11. 


Brazil Crafts 


202.00 


12. 


Children's Clothes Closet 


172.50 


13. 


Christmas Bonus 


2.000.00 


14. 


Creekwood Project 


4.681.18 


15. 


ESL lEnqlish As A Second Lanquaqe) 


433.96 


16. 


Handicapped 


135.00 


17. 


Hispanic Buildina. New Hanover County 


175.66 


18. 


f-rjanic Fellowship. Pender County 


9.457.21 


19. 


Hope Baptist Mission - Offerings 


0.00 


20. 


Hope Baptist Mission ■ BSC Project 


2.551.89 


21- 


Hope Baptist Mission ■ Basketball Court 


2.025.31 


22. 


Hope Baptist Mission ■ Camp 


0.00 


23. 


Hunqer Fund • BSC 


1.918.31 


24. 


Inner Citv - David Brisson 


4.298.42 


25. 


Interest 


1.064.88 


26. 


Marina Ministry - BSC 


400.00 


27. 


Matthew 25 Center 


67.712.07 


28. 


Media Center 


558.03 


29. 


Metro Thrust 


406.40 


30. 


Mission Expansion 


558.94 


31. 


Multihousina Inner Citv Work and Multihousinrj Intern 


5.000.00 


32. 


New Work 


74.83 


33. 


New Work Probe 


486.87 


34. 


New York Missions 


0.00 


35. 


Resort Ministry - BSC 


223.97 


36. 


Revitilization ol Rural Churches 


1.754.27 


37. 


Seminary Extension 


468.00 


38. 


Sinqles Conference 


0.00 


39. 


Softball - Ladies 


621.20 


40. 


Softball ■ Men 


44.72 


41. 


South Africa Partnership 


0.00 


42. 


State Missions Offering - BSC 


911.93 


43. 


Summer Missions - CCM Summer Missions Programs 


0.00 


44. 


Summer Missions - Student Summer Missionary 


0.00 


45. 


Ukraine Missions 


0.00 


46. 


Youth 


1.415.21 


47. 


Disaster Relief 


3.986.60 


48. 


Humanitarian 


500.00 


TOTAL 


$126,763.57 



COUNSELING CENTER 




Checkina Account 


$ 4.755.99 


MMI ■ Operatina 


1.978.96 


MMI - Client Aid 


3.701.80 


TOTAI 


$ 10.436.75 



85 



BUDGET EXPENDITURES FOR 1995 -1MB 



BUDGET EXPENDED BALANCE 

100 MISSION DEVELOPMENT MINISTRIES 

$ 200.00 $ 43.51 i 156.48 



2 


Lanauaqe Missions 

A Primers lalesia Bautista. 




7.000.00 




7.000.00 


5 


0.00 




B Wilmington Korean 




9.P0O.00 




8.000,00 




0.00 




C Chinese Mission - Calvary 




8.000.00 




4.000.00 




2.Q09.PP 




D International Banquet 




400.00 




11.86 




388.04. 




E International Seaman's Service. Inc. 




3.000.00 




1.000.00 




2.000.00 




F ESL (Enalish As A Second Lano.uao.el 




1,250,00 




639.53 




610.47 




G Japanese 




500.00 




100.00 




400.00 












H Summer Missionary 




2.000.00 








2.000.00 




1 Buroaw Hispanic 




12.919.00 








12.818.00 












3 


Christian Social Ministries 
A Family Assistance 


? 


2.500.00 




2.853.80 


•$ 


353.80 




B Summer Missions 




2.500.00 




2.971.91 




371,91 




C Literacy Worker (ESLI 




2,Bop.go 




1.721.61 




878.39 




D Programs/Conferences for Social Ministries 




500.00 




30.49 




469.51 




E Rescue Mission of Cane Fear 




1.500.00 




500.00 




1-000.00 




F Domestic Violence Shelter and Services. Inc. 




400.00 








4QQ.Q0 




G Dav Shelter for Homeless • Good Shepherd House 




400.00 








400.00 




H Ministry to Persons with Handicaps 




200-00 




32.00 




168.00 




1 Inner City Ministries 




3.000.00 




2.417.44 




582,59 




J Senior Adults 




550.00 




300.00 




250.00 




K Blood Drive 




ipq.pp 




117.28 




17.28 




L Medical-Dental Missions 




500.00 




748.94 




249,94 


4 


Christian Life end Public Affairs 


$ 


200.00 


$ 




$ 


200.00 


5 


Multiole Houstna 


1 


5po,oq 


f 




1 


500.00 


6 


ResortJLeiNri 

A Summer Workers 


t 


7.500.00 


1 


4.221.13 


? 


3.279,87 




B Ministry Proarems 




1.500.00 




508.87 




993.13 




C AdministrstivB Exoonsss & ContfirencBs 




300 00 




359 02 




59.02 


7 


Church Expansion Ministries 
A Church Assistance 














f 


400.00 


1 




? 


4gg,gp 




B New Work Conferences 




500,00 








500.00 




C Expanded Ministries 




250.00 








250.QQ 


9 


Chaplaincy Ministries 




















t 




f 


i.PQg,pg 




A Families in Crisis 


t 


1.000.00 






B Wifminoton Resident Facility 




250.00 




120.00 




130.00 


200 

1 


ASSOCIATIONAL MISSIONS PROJECTS 

Brazil. New York and South Africa Projects 


1 


1.000.00 


1 


654.51 




345,4? 


2 


Bible Teachina in Public Schools 




500.00 




500.00 




0.00 


J 


Baptist Student Union 
A Program 




9.000.00 




9.542.17 




542 17 




B Associate Director 




7.000.00 




6.840.64 




159.36 


4 


Missionary Furlough Hpuse 




1.000.00 




2.356.59 




1,359.59 


5 


Hooe Mission Church 




7.400.00 




8.738.86 




1.338.86 


9 


Outside Sneakers 




200.00 




100.00 




100.00 



86 



300 ORGANIZATIONAL MINISTRIES 

1 Sunday School 


BUDGET 

$ 1.500.00 


EXPENDED 

$ 229.23 


BALANCE 

t L270.77 


2 DiscioleshiD Trainina 


500.00 






cnn nn 


3 Brotherhood 


1.500.00 


1.408.80 




91.20 


4 WMU 


4.650.00 


3.804.06 




1.045.94 


5 Music 


1.000.00 


857.90 




142.10 


6 Evanaelism 


1.500.00 


95.08 




1,404.92 


7 Youth 


1.500.00 


1.082.82 




147 IB 

41/. IB 


8 Singles Ministry 


750.00 






/OU.UU 


9 Seminary Extension 


500.00 


262.68 




237.32 


10 Media (Library) 


500.00 






50000 


11 Church Administration 


500.00 


22.82 




477.19 


12 Stewardship 


300.00 






inn nn 
JUU.UU 


400 SALARIES AND BENEFITS MISSIONARY STAFF 

1 Director of Missions 
A.I. Salary 


$ 20.422.00 


J 21.238.54 


* 
T 


AIR 


2. Housino 


16.879.00 


14.049.94 






B. Benefits 
1 . Retirement 


3.780.00 


2.835.00 




945.00 


2. Hospitalization 


5.520.00 


4.168.12 




1 QG1 on 

I.JP 1 .00 


3. Life & Disability 


640.00 


1.195.29 




err *yn 


4. Social Security (Oftsetl 


2.854.00 


2.708.16 




145.84 


2 Associate Director for Church and Community Missions 
A.I. Salary 


$ 21.000.00 


$ 15.911.02 


A 

f 


c noo OD 

p.Uoo.Ho 


2. Housina 


7.166.00 


7.166.00 




n nn 

u.uu 


B. Benefits 
1 . Retirement 


2.415.00 


2.415.00 




0.00 


2. Hospitalization 


HMB 








3. Life & Disability HMB + 


1.170.00 


1.072.50 




Q7 cn 


4. Social Security 


2.155.00 


1.688.84 




466.16 


3 Associate Director for Resort/Leisure/BSU 
A.I. Salary 


$ 21.000.00 


$ 21.000.00 


* 


n nn 

U.UU 


2. Housinq 


7.166.00 


7.166.00 




n nn 
u.uu 


B. Benefits 
1 . Retirement 


2,415-OP 


2.415.00 




0,00 


2. Hospitalization 


1.575.00 


828.66 




7AR TA 
/4?i*4 


3. Life & Disability 


572.00 


138.57 




435.43 


4. Social Security 


2.108.00 


2.075.00 




11 nn 


4 Financial DirectoriSecretarv 
A.I. Salary 


$ 19.294.00 


$ 19.294.00 


t 

5 


n nn 
U.UU 


B. Benefits 
1. Retirement 


1.453.00 


1.453.00 




n nn 

U.UU 


2. Hospitalization 


2.070.00 


1.968.60 




101.40 


3. Social Security 


1.476.00 


1.403.76 




79 1A 


5 Administrative AssistantlSecretarv 
A.I. Salary 


$ 18.824.00 


$ 18.824.00 


* 


0 00 


B. Benefits 
1. Retirement 


1.433.00 


1.433.00 




0.00 


2. Hospitalization 


1.460.00 


1.460.00 




0.00 


3. Social Security 


1.440.00 


1.475.22 




35.22 



87 



6 Custodian 
A. Salary 


BUDGET 

J 5.300.00 


EXPENDED 

$ 5.300.00 


BALANCE 

$ 0.00 


B. Social Securitv 


405.00 


399,10 


5.90 


7 Inner Citv Missionary 
A.I. Salarv 


$ 15.575.00 


$ 15.575.00 


$ 0.00 


2. Housino 


11.500.00 


11.500.00 


0.00 


B. Benefits 
1. Retirement 


2.004.00 


2.004.00 


0 00 


2. Hospitalization 


1,515,00 


795,05 


729.95 


3. Social Security 


2.071.00 


2.071.00 


0.00 


B Extra Secretarial Helo 


? 300.00 


$ 


$ 300.00 


500 STAFF MINISTRY EXPENSES 

1 Director of Missions Travel 


i 3.400.00 


* 1.204.80 


* 2.195.20 


2 Associate Director for Church & Community Missions Travel 


1.800.00 


1.094.81 


705.19 


3 Associate Director for Resort/Leisure/BSU Travel 
A BSU 


1.000.00 


918.02 


83.98 


B Resort/Leisure 


1.000.00 




1.000.00 


4 Inner Citv Missionary Travel 


1.500.00 


1.680.50 


160.50 


5 Director of Missions Conventions and Conferences 


1.800.00 


915.12 


884,?8 


6 Associate Director for CCM Conventions and Conferences 


700.00 


178.33 


521.67 


7 Associate Director for Resort/Leisure/BSU Conv. and Conf. 


300.00 




300.00 


8 Secretaries. Travel 


300.00 


210.51 


89.49 


9 Director of Church Renewal & Development Travel 


2.900.Q0 


1.672.27 


327.73 


10 Director of Pastoral Ministries Travel 


1.000.00 




1.000.00 


800 OPERATING EXPENSES 

1 Office Supplies 


* 15.000.00 


$ 17.994.39 


-$ 2.994.39 


2 Utilities 


24,PQQ,Op 


9.140.95 


14.859.05 


3 Insurance 


4.700.00 


8.878.00 


• 2.178.00 


4 Miscellaneous 


2.000.00 


1.412.07 


587.93 


5 Office Equipment Maintenance 


3,Q0Q,0P 


1.788.49 


1,233,51 


6 Clerk's Honorarium 


600.00 


600.00 


0.00 


7 Workman's Compensation 


1.240.00 


1.730.00 


- 490.00 


8 Expenses for Director of Missions 


7QQ.0Q 


899.45 


.55 


9 Educational Supplies 


250.00 


614.48 


364.46 


700 CAPITAL ITEMS 

1 Office Eouioment 


5 3.000.00 


$ 7.849.93 


$ 4.649.93 


2 Improvements & Maintenance 


4.000.00 


5.119.21 


• 1.119.21 


800 STATISTICAL SUPPLIES & PROGRAMS 

1 Annual Meeting and Clerk's Supplies 


$ 150.00 


$ 150.00 


$ 0.00 


2 Annual Associattonal Minutes 


1.500.00 


1.584.17 


84.17 




$389,013.00 


$330,088.20 


$ 5B.914.80 


• -7B.tOB.00 


$312,905.00 



88 



♦ SOURCE OF $ 76.108.00 









Burgaw Hispanic Rent 


$ 2.400.00 


BSC 


Burqaw Hispanic Salary 


4.008.00 


BSC 


Hispanic Summer Worker 


1.000.00 


BSC 


BSU Salarv and Program 


20.000.00 


BSC 


BSU Maintenance 


10.000.00 


BSC 


Resort/Leisure Salarv 


500.00 


BSC 


Church/Communitv Salarv 


7.500.00 


BSC 


Black Church Relations (Hope Mission) 


7.400.00 


BSC 


Black Church Summer Worker 


4 cnn nn 

1,500. 00 


BSC 


Sumrner Ministries Summer Workers 


1.800.00 


BSC 



Inner City Ministries 20.000.00 BSC. Churches. Individual; 

• $ 78.108.00 



89 



REGULAR GIVING OF WBA CHURCHES IN 1995 1996 



CHURCHES 


ASSN. MIS. 


DESIGNATED 


GRAND 




NOV. 1 OCT. 31 


NOV. 1 OCT 31 


TOTAL 


ATKINSON 


* 3.000 00 


i 10500 


* 3.105.00 


BARLOW VISTA 


2.29868 


594 40 


2.893 08 


BEAR BRANCH 


106 31 




106.31 


BETHLEHEM 


100 00 




10000 


BURGAW 


8.01700 


13.880.60 


21.897.60 


CALVARY 


32.787.02 


3,850.00 


36.637.02 


CANETUCK 


49 98 




49 98 


CAROLINA BEACH. FIRST 


6.12822 


784 95 


6.913 17 


CASTLE HAYNE 


4.000.00 


351 60 


4,351 60 


CENTERVILLE 


3.200.00 


2.564.02 


5.764.02 


CHARITY 


20 00 




20 00 


COLLEGE ACRES 


17.083 40 


2.741.65 


19.825.05 


EVANGELISTIC 


FOREST HILLS 


5.119.39 


4.970.35 


10.089 74 


FREEDOM 


15.694.72 


1.072.50 


16.767.22 


GIBSON AVENUE 


1,485.00 


50000 


1.985 00 


GREENFIELD 




325.00 


32500 


HAMPSTEAO 


11,977 07 


2.291 33 


14.268 40 


HAW BLUFF 


900 00 


1.000.00 


1,90000 


HOPE 


52500 


50.00 


575.00 


IVANHOE 


600 00 




60000 


KURE BEACH. FIRST 


1,728.00 




1.728.00 


LAKE FOREST 


7.834.62 


718.50 


8.553.12 


LONG CREEK 


2.200.00 




2.20000 


LONG LEAF 


6.999.72 


225.00 


7.224 72 


MARKETPLACE 


903 89 




903 89 


MASONBORO 


10.411.11 


825.00 


11,236 11 


MOORES CREEK 


2.491.63 


500.00 


2.991.63 


MOUNT HOLLY 


2.207.51 




2.207 51 


MYRTLE GROVE 


4,333.31 


325.00 


4.658.31 


NEW HOPE 


NORTHSIDE 


7.134.00 


587 50 


7.721.50 


OAK GROVE 




110 00 


110.00 


OGDEN 


7.38300 


2.48193 


9,864.93 


OLIVET 


2.200 00 


1.425.00 


3,62500 


PENDERLEA 


2.056.68 




2.056.68 


PINE VALLEY 


26.798.14 


1.375.00 


28.173.14 


PINE VIEW 


PRIMERA IGLESIA 


18000 


6850 


248 50 


RILEY'S CREEK 


5.505 62 


772.40 


6,278 02 


ROCKY POINT 


892.28 




692.28 


SAINT PAUL 


scons HILL 


11.965 20 


2.949 40 


14.91460 


SEA GATE 


1.100.00 


1.032.00 


2.132 00 


SHILOH 


5.023.99 


2.877.00 


7.900.99 


SILVER LAKE 


3.617.30 


304 00 


3,921.30 


SOUTHSIDE 


6.213.00 


981.00 


7,194 00 


SUNSET PARK 


6.987.99 


2.512.50 


9.500 49 


SURF CITY 


4.830.00 


105 00 


4.736.00 


TEMPLE 


4.732.55 


1000 


4.742.55 


TOPSAIL 


205 49 


251 25 


456 74 


VICTORY 


5.116.19 


692.95 


5.809 14 


WALLACE. FIRST 


4.812.50 


2.412.50 


7.225.00 


WATHA 


612.14 


358.07 


970.21 


WHISPERING PINES 


4.265 65 




4,265.65 


WILLARD 


2.171.81 




2.171 81 


WILMINGTON. FIRST 


10.500.00 


10.730.00 


21.230.00 


WILMINGTON KOREAN 


1.989 00 




1.98900 


WINTER PARK 


9.832.43 


6.928.74 


16.761.17 


WRIGHTSBORO 


6.359 10 


1.954.17 


8,31327 


WRIGHTSVILLE BEACH 


9.854.35 


10.611.00 


20.465.35 


CHURCH TOTAL 


♦ 304,339.99 


« B9.204.B1 


4393.544.80 


Olhir 


13.775.91 






Sub-Total 


♦ 318.116.90 


( 8S.204.81 


1393.544.80 


BSC ind HMB 


22.994.74 






GRAND TOTAL 


(341.110.64 


« 89.204.81 


(393.544.80 



90 



CHURCH ORDAINED MINISTERS 

BURGAW: Dr. Clarence Dodgens, Box 546, Burgaw, NC 28425; 259-2323 
Rev. B. L. Davis, P.O. Box 1052, Burgaw, NC 28425; 259-5688 
Rev. George Hocutt, US Hwy. 1 17 S., Rocky Point, NC 28457; 675-9525 

CALVARY: Rev. A.L. McGee, 4413 Bridgeport Dr., Wilmington, NC 28405; 
313-2885 

Rev. Harold Watkins, 3914 Cedar St., Wilmington, NC 28403; 791-3409 
Rev. James McQuere, 1529-4 Village Dr., Wilmington, NC 28401; 313-0954 
Rev. Willie Shepard, 226 Devonshire Ln., Wilmington, NC 28409; 397-0789 
Rev. Fitizhugh Fennell, Jr., 4830 College Acres Dr., Wilmington, NC 28403; 
791-5291 

Rev. Stacy Wells, Sr., 123 Shearin Hills Dr., Castle Hayne, NC 28429; 
675-0162 

Rev. Jerry Lethco, 210 Elisha Dr., Wilmington, NC 28405; 452-2435 
Rev. John Maisenhelder, 4741 Wedgefield Dr., Wilmington, NC 28409; 
452-7195 

CAROLINA BEACH. FIRST: Rev. Clyde Case, Jr., 226 Brookview Rd., 

Wilmington, NC 28409; 392-0955 
COLLEGE ACRES: Rev. C.R. Price, 1022 Daisy Lee Dr., Wilmington, NC 28405; 

791-5639 

Rev. David Stewart, 106 Buccaneer Rd, Wilmington, NC 28409; 392-0942 
Rev. Vernon Fash, 606 Windemere Rd., Wilmington, NC 28405; 392-1081 
MASONBORO: Rev. Maurice McLain, 103 Longstreet Dr., Apt. 102, Wilmington, 
NC 28412; 452-0131 

MOUNT HOLLY: Rev. Larry Cavenaugh, 502 Castle St., Wilmington, NC 28402; 
251-7857 

NEW HOPE: Rev. Bob Collins, 210 Cameila Dr., Wilmington, NC 28451 ; 762-3852 
NORTHS1DE: Rev. Ed Morton, 14 Arlene Dr., Castle Hayne, NC 28429; 762-9644 

Rev. Bill Shourds, #72 Port-O-Pines, Wilmington, NC 28405; 392-6081 
PINE VALLEY: Rev. L.T. Blick, 4205 Red Bird Rd., Wilmington, NC 28412; 
799-8381 

Rev. Bob Jernigan, 202 Pinecrest Pkwy., Wilmington, NC 28401 ; 343-0979 
Rev. C. Herb McCarthy, 4616 Bentley Dr., Wilmington, NC 28409; 395-1944 
Rev. Bill Summers, 253 Dallas Dr., Wilmington, NC 28405; 392-1423 
Dr. Danny Bright, 5917 Crabapple Rd., SW, Winnabow, NC 28479;253-8563 
SCOTTS HILL: Rev. Jimmie Suggs, Jr., 106 Laffitte St., Wilmington, NC 28405; 
686-0007 

SEA GATE: Rev. Paul Nix, 104 Pecan Ave., Wilmington, NC 28403; 799-8525 
Dr. George Knight, 6509 Greenville Loop Rd., Lot 47, Wilmington, NC 
28409; 791-2353 

SOUTHSIDE: Rev. Vincent Wall, 217 Pine Cliff Dr., Wilmington. NC 28409; 
799-9024 

Rev. Alton Watkins, 2734-C S. 17th St., Wilmington, NC 28412; 799-3161 
S UNSET PARK: Rev. Horace Jackson, 320 Northern Blvd., Wilmington, NC 28401; 
762-0627 

Rev. Aaron Godbey, 2029 Monroe St., Wilmington, NC 28401; 763-7141 
TEMPLE: Rev. Ed Bullock, 109 W. 15th St., Lumberton, NC 28358; 739-6336 

Rev. Ellis Lanier, 1747 Kings Landing Rd., Hampstead, NC 28443; 270-4142 



91 



TOPSAIL: Rev. James Pollard, 228 Factory Rd., Hampstead, NC 28443; 270-3856 
WALLACE. FIRST: Rev. James White, III, 310 N. Raleigh St., Wallace, NC 28466; 
285-2494 

Rev. Morris Andrews, P.O. Box 117, Willard, NC 28478; 285-7725 
Rev. Dan Sellers, 116 Currie St., Wallace, NC 28466; 285-2431 
WHISPERING PINES: Rev. William Ray Tester, 4709 Cornus Dr., Wilmington, NC 
28412; 395-4691 

WILLARD: Rev. Sidney Ball, 7420 NC Hwy. 11, Willard, NC 28478; 285-4572 
WILMINGTON. FIRST: Dr. Lamar Brooks, 414 Stonewall Jackson Dr., Wilmington, 
NC 28412; 395-1722 
Dr. James Potter, 1228 Columbus Ct., Wilmington, NC 28403; 763-2899 
Rev. Clyde Smith, 37 Cardinal Dr., Wilmington, NC 28403; 799-3664 
Rev. Tommy Puckett, 1008 Balfoure Dr., Wilmington, NC 28412; 392-6831 
Rev. Claude Marshall, 3539 Aster Ct., Wilmington, NC 28409; 395-0402 
Dr. Mac Wallace, 923 Chadwick Shores Dr., Sneads Ferry, NC 28460; 
327-3631 

Rev. Don Ledbetter, 209 Dorchester Place, Wilmington, NC 28412; 452-4148 
WINTER PARK: Dr. Willie McGough, P.O. Box 5144, Station #1, Wilmington, NC 
28403; 799-4163 

Dr. Charles Allen, 661 1 Sylvan Ln, Wilmington, NC 28405; 686-2100 
Rev. John Pruitt, 4703 Triplett Way, Wilmington, NC 28409; 392-6461 
Rev. Thurman Allred, 1504-1 Village Dr., Wilmington, NC 28401; 799-0586 
WRIGHTSVILLE BEACH: Rev. David Brisson, 1919 Mason Reed Rd., 

Wilmington, NC 28403; 392-0142 
Rev. Duncan Futrelle, 6336 Greenville Sound Rd., Wilmington, NC 28409; 

799-1675 

PERSONS LICENSED THIS YEAR 

CASTLE HAYNE: Mr. Toby Garrett, 4908 Indian Corn Trail, Castle Hayne, NC 
28429; 675-9376 
Mr. Bryan Plyler, 20 Larry Ann Dr., Castle Hayne, NC 28429; 

SOUTHSIDE: Mr. Joshua Owen, 4505 #12 Staffordshire Dr., Wilmington, NC 
WILMINGTON. FIRST: Mr. Eric Crowe, 4605 Park Ave., Richmond, VA. 23266 
Mr. Charles Royal, P.O. Box 2538, Buies Creek, NC 27506; 814-2744 

PERSONS ORDAINED THIS YEAR 

CALVARY: Rev. Edgar Williams, Jr., 6558 Oates Hwy., Timmonsville, SC 29161 
CASTLE HAYNE: Rev. David Phillipi, 106 Old Mill Rd., Castle Hayne, NC 28429; 
675-0922 

NORTHS1DE: Rev. Joe Easterling, 61 1 Middle Sound Loop Rd., Lot #1, Wilmington, 

NC 28405; 686-0348 
SOUTHSID E: Rev. Joey Canady, 6008 Myrtle Grove Rd., Wilmington, NC 28409; 

799-2455 



92 



DECEASED 



ATKINSON : Mr. Robert T. Henry 

BARLOW-VISTA . Mrs. Morie L. English; Mr. Thomas Geddie,Sr.; Mrs. Thelma R. 

Hardee; Mrs. Kathleen James; Mrs. Ruth King; Mr. James Northrop 
BURGAW : Mrs. Laura Alcock; Mrs. Helen Blackmore; Rev. W.L. Blanton; 

Mrs. Estelle Davis; Mr. Hugh Edgerton; Mrs. Catherine Ennis; Mr. Drake 

Storm; Mr. Norman Williams 
CALVARY : Mrs. Edna Blizzard; Mr. Wayne Cosper; Mr. Walter Edwards; Mr. 

Richard Johnson; Mrs. Elvaree Land; Mrs. Marjorie Lupton; Mr. Roddy 
Morton; Mr. John D. Phillips; Mrs. Mildred Smith 

CAROLINA BEACH . FIRST : Mrs. Hazel Baker; Mr. Doyle Brummitt; Mrs. Katie 

Burton; Mr. Carl Coverhouse; Mr. J.D. Gibson; Rev. R.E. Hatcher; 

Mrs. Roxie Merchant 
CENTERVILLE : Mrs. Mae Porter; Mr. David Vernon 
COLLEGE ACRES : Mr. Charles Benson; Mr. Sam Wells 
FOREST HILLS : Mr. Avery Garriss; Mrs. Mildred Murray 
FREEDOM : Mr. Jesse Bryan; Mr. O.D. Clewis; Mr. James L. Prince 
GIBSON AVENUE . Mrs. Daisy Bundy; Mr. Alton Dixon; Mr. James King; 

Mr. Durwood Stephens; Mrs. Carrie Tatum; Mr. Jeffrey Watts; Mrs. Luvada 

Watts; Mrs. Henrietta Wrench 
HAMPSTEAD : Mr. Leslie Batson; Mr. James Lea; Mrs. Horace Wilbanks; Mrs. Anna 

Belle Woods 

HAW BLUFF . Mrs. Docia Barnhill; Mrs. Louise Devane 
IVANHOE : Mr. Jim Akers; Mrs. Bonnie Horrell; Mrs. Edna Lyerly; Mrs. Annie 
L. Moore 

LAKE FOREST : Mrs. Grace Arnette; Mrs. Bertha Moore; Mr. Lewis S. Todd; 

Mr. Frank Ward; Mr. Rupert Wells 
LONG CREEK : Mr. Jeff Clewis; Mr. Leo Miller; Mr. Harry Moore 
LONG LEAF : Mrs. Ethel Ellis; Miss Lucy Farmer; Mr. Hubert King; Mr. Charles 

Miller; Mrs. Lizzie Murray; Mr. Quinlin Reaves; Mr. Taft Stanley; Mr. 

Vince Zuewellian 

MASONBORO : Mrs. Connell S. Herring; Mr. Osbourne B. Hinnant; Mr. Stuart 

R. King; Mr. Bynum K. Merritt; Mr. Robert H. Sofley 
MYRTLE GROVE : Mrs. Sarah H. Peggy 
NEW HOPE : Rev. Jim Smith 

NORTHSIDE : Mrs. Carrie Fowler; Mrs. Flossie Peterson; Mr. Thomas Swain 
OGDEN : Mrs. Katie Mizelle 

OLIVET . Mrs. Minnie Clemmons; Mr. Harvey Sherman,Sr.; Mrs. Elma Watkins 
PINE VALLEY : Mr. Hubert Daniels; Mr. Jimmy R. Kelly; Mrs. Ina Snipes; Mr. 

Ron Stauffer; Mr. Nicholas Thomas; Mrs. Frances Ward 
RILEY'S CREEK : Ms. Louise Clark; Mrs. J.W. Cox; Mr. R.C. Crawford; Mrs. 

Margaret Ennis; Mr. Daniel Huggins; Mrs. Sara Lancaster; Mrs. Carolyn 

Lewis; Mrs. Virginia Lockhart; Mr. D.F. Williams 
SCOTTS HILL : Mr. Jimmy Casteen; Mr. Jimmy Williams; Mr. Norwood 

Williams; Mrs. Peggy Williams 
SEA GATE : Mr. James Baxter; Mr. Bobby Gideon; Mr. W.H. Gower; Mrs. Eva 

Larson; Mrs. Callie McDonald; Mrs. Raye Y. Poteet; Mr. Bruce Riley; 

Mr. Lewis Tartt; Mr. William A. Tartt 



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SHILOH : Mr. Charles Cockman; Mrs. Ruby Cockman; Mrs. Mamie Costin; 
Mr. Herman Sholar 

SOUTHSIDE : Mr. Kenneth Drew; Mrs. Betty Gerrad; Mrs. Nancy Johnson; Mr. Ed 

Mock; Mrs. Nellie Palma; Mrs. Dorothy Wells 
SUNSET PARK : Mrs. Adelle Batson; Mr. Thad Carmicheal; Mrs. Pam Cliver; 

Mr. George S. Coker, Jr.; Mr. Charlie Dobson; Miss Angie L. Downs; 

Mrs. Eula M. Groves; Mrs. W.J. Harris; Mr. M.L. Harris, Jr.; Mrs. Carole N. 

Hinnant; Mr. Walter J. Howell; Mrs. Betty R. Labracque; Mrs. Estelle Lee; 

Mrs. Harold H. Lightfoot; Mr. Harold H. Lightfoot; Mr. Elbert E. Lloyd; Mrs. 

Mildred McPhatter; Mr. F. Thomas Rouse, Sr.; Mrs. Jane F. Thompson; 

Mr. Charlies S. Wilder 
SURF CITY : Mr. Andrew C. Cox; Mr. Elvertis Frazier 

TEMPLE : Ms. Lillie Batton; Mr. O.D. Buck; Ms. Nancy Caudill; Ms. Edna Cox, Ms. 

Peggy Foreman; Ms. Lois Hawes; Mr. Alex Holland; Ms. Basha Hope; 

Ms. Mary Honnicutt; Ms. Golda Lewis; Ms. Lola Lynn; Mr. Graham McKoy; 

Ms. Sallie Jo Miller; Ms. Elvira Parnell; Ms. Emma Patrick; Ms. Frances 

Peterson; Ms. Thelma Phelps; Mr. Charles Rogers; Ms. Bertha Skipper; 

Mr. R.J. Smith 
TOPSAIL : Ms. Nana Wilmouth 
VICTORY : Mrs. Sarah Lancaster 

WALLACE : Mrs. Hazel Blanchard; Mrs. Mildred Boone; Mr. Sam Briley; Mr. J.W. 

Pope; Mrs. J.W. Pope; Mrs. Ethni S. Sykes 
WATHA : Mr. Joseph McGowen; Mrs. Ruth Piner 

WHISPERING PINES : Mrs. Bettie Brown; Mr. Louis Mills; Mrs. June Pineau 
WILLARD : Mr. Don Gurganous; Mr. Marvin Jones; Mrs. Evelyn Murphy 
WILMINGTON. FIRST : Ms. Dorothy Antley; Ms. Doris Bellamy; Mr. Ollie 

Campbell; Ms. Helen Dobson; Mr. William M. Echols, Jr.; Ms. Thelma 

Frazier; Ms. Elma Gore; Ms. Gertrude Hailey; Ms. Katie Hazelhurst; 

Ms. Neva Jackson; Ms. Mary Henri Lennon; Mr. William S. Pullen; 

Ms. Magaret Russ; Mr. Allen N. Trask 
WILMINGTON. KOREAN : Mrs. Sue Davis 

WINTER PARK : Mr. Paul Blackburn; Mr. Wiley Downing; Mrs. Ann Hahn; 

Ms. Christine Hall; Mr. Bernard Ingram; Mr. Bob Ingram; Mr. Ed Jones; 

Mrs. Kathleen Little; Mrs. Ethel Moore; Mrs. Annie Smith; Mr. Robert H. 

Smith; Mrs. Mildred E. Watkins; Mr. Herbert L. Young, Sr. 
WRIGHTSBORO : Mr. Jimmy Bryan; Mrs. Carol Byrd; Mr. B.A. Flowers; Mrs. Elsie 

Johnson; Mrs. Elanor Keith; Mrs. Lucille Marshburn; Mrs. Marguerite Price; 

Mrs. Ruthie Mae Sasser 
WRIGHTSVILLE BEACH : Mrs. Mary Clemens 



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REGISTERED MESSENGERS TO THE WBA ANNUAL MEETING 



ATKINSON : Mrs. Jewel Green; Mr. Wiley Green; Mr. Eugene R. Floyd, Sr. 
BEAR BRANCH : Mrs. Connie Fairfax; Mr. Tony Fontana; Mrs. Lynn Fontana 
BURGAW : Mrs. Jennings Trawick 

CALVARY : Dr. Bill Bennett; Mrs. Katherine Godwin; Rev. Jerry Lethco; Mrs. Lou Lethco; 
Rev. C.L. King 

CENTERVILLE : Rev. Norman Wheeler; Mr. Terry Mitchell; Mrs. Catherine Mitchell; 
Miss Jean Henry 

COLLEGE ACRES : Mrs. Joan Brewer; Rev. Jeff Nichols; Mr. Micheal Ashcraft; Mrs. Julie 

Ashcraft; Mr. Mike Ayers 
GIBSON AVENUE : Mrs. Marilyn Bohon; Mr. Steve Bohon 

HAMPSTEAD : Mr. Carl Overman; Mrs. Louise Overman; Mr. Dale Flick; Mr. Tim Chase 

HAW BLUFF : Rev. Robert Compton; Mr. John English 

IVANHOE : Ms. Lorraine O. Moore 

KURE BEACH. FIRST : Dr. Joseph Peterson 

LAKE FOREST : Dr. Ralph E. Holt, Jr.; Rev. James A. Plummer; Mr. Harold Jacobs 
MASONBORO : Mrs. Carole Malpass; Mr. James P. McGinnis; Mrs. Geraldine McGinnis 
MOORE'S CREEK : Mr. Philip G. Eakins; Mrs. Linda Eakins 
MOUNT HOLLY : Rev. Danny Johnson; Mr. Eddie Rivenbark 
OAK GROVE : Mr. William P. Howell 

OGDEN: Rev. Bob Millis; Mr. A. H. Harrell, Mr. Don Jackson, Mr. Zanny Kistler, 

Mrs. Faye Kistler 
OLIVET : Church Council 

PINE VALLEY : Rev. David McLaurin; Rev. Steve Jeremias; Rev. Bob Dickson; Mrs. Ruth 
Murray 

PR1MERA IGLESIA : Mr. Augustine Lara; Mrs. Peggy Lara 

RILEY'S CREEK : Rev. E.C. Mattocks; Mrs. E.C. Mattocks 

SEA GATE : Mrs. Betsy Knight; Dr. George Knight; Mrs. Evelyn Little 

SH1LOH : Mrs. Cindy Simpson; Mr. Mike Simpson; Mr. James Elixson; Mr. Charles Lee; 

Ms. Dorothy Cobb; Ms. Gloria Barnhill 
SOUTHS1DE : Pastor Ron Bryan 

SUNSET PARK : Rev. David Myers; Mrs. Karen Myers; Ms. Martha Alford; Ms. Pauline 

Copeland; Mr. Aaron Godbey; Mr. A.R. Potter 
TEMPLE : Dr James D. Whetstone; Rev. Jimmy Rogers; Miss Julie McVey; Mr. Eric Farr; 

Mrs. Carolyn Edens 

WALLACE. FIRST : Rev. Dennis N. Bazemore; Rev. Phillip B. Rivenbark; Mrs. Linda C. 

Bazemore; Mr. James L. White III; Mrs. Lilla Currie; Mrs. Jewell White; Mr. A.D. 

Ownbey, Jr.; Mrs. Gertrude O. Finch; Mrs. Grace S. Farrior 
WATHA Rev. Timothy Flint; Mrs. Mary Flint 
WHISPERING PINES : Dr. Charles C. Harris; Mrs. Faye Harris 
WILLARD : Mr. Sidney Ball 

WINTER PARK : Ms. Connie Lancaster; Dr. Charles Allen; Mrs. Jean Allen; Mr. 

Charles Harmon; Mrs. Pauline Harmon 
WR1GHTSBORO : Mrs. Dixie Wilkins; Mrs. Peggy C. Croom; Mr. Henry Wilkins; 

Mrs. Carolyn Benton; Mr. Jim Nevvkirk 
WRIGHTSVILLE BEACH : Mr. Pat Wooten; Mrs. Faylene Voet; Ms. Kathy King; 

Mr. David Thomas; Mr. John Truitt 



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HISTORICAL TABLE OF WILMINGTON BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 
FROM ITS ORGANIZATION 



DATE 


PLACE OF MEETING 


MODERATOR 


CLERK 




ANNUAL SERMON 


1901 


Burgaw 


J. T. Bland 


C. 


D. 


Weeks 




1902 


Long Creek 


J. T. Bland 


C. 


D. 


Weeks 


J. A. Smith 


1903 


Bethlehem 


J. T. Bland 


Addison Hewlett 


J. L. Vipeman 


1904 


Weds Chapel 


J . T . B I and 


George E. Leftwich 


C. H. Utley 


1905 


Teachey 


George E. Leftwich 


C. 


E. 


McCullen 


J. A. McKaughan 


1906 


Uil. (Calvary) 


George E. Leftwich 


C. 


E. 


McCullen 


Fred 0. Hale 


1907 


Jacksonvi lie 


George E. Leftwich 


C. 


E. 


McCul I en 


W. W. Hami I ton 


1908 


Wallace 


George E. Leftwich 


c. 


E. 


McCullen 


C. F. Whitlock 


1909 


Atkinson 


G. A. Martin 


c. 


E. 


McCullen 


W. L. Britt 


1910 


Ui I lard 


George E. Leftwich 


C. 


E. 


McCullen 


J. H. Foster 


1911 


Emmas Chapel 


George E. Leftwich 


S. 


F. 


Garrison 


R. E. Peele 


1912 


Burgaw 


George E. Leftwich 


S. 


F. 


Garrison 


W. G. Hal I 


1913 


Teachey 


W. G. Hall 


s. 


f. 


Garrison 


J. A. Sullivan 


1914 


Jacksonvi 1 le 


W. G. Hall 


J. 


A. 


Sul I ivan 


C. W. Brooks 


1915 


Long Creek 


George E. Leftwich 


J. 


A. 


Sul I ivan 


O. N. Marshall 


1916 


Wallace 


George E. Leftwich 


J. 


A. 


Sul I ivan 


W. G. Hall 


1917 


Riverside 


George E. Leftwich 


J. 


A. 


Sul I ivan 


J. J. Hurt 


1918 


Wrightsboro 


George E. Leftwich 


J. 


A. 


Sullivan 




1919 


Bethlehem 


W. G. Hall 


J. 


A. 


Sullivan 




1920 


Teachey 


W. G. Hall 


J. 


W. 


Hoi I is 


Odis B. Hinnant 


1921 


Atkinson 


C. E. Mc Cull en 


J. 


W. 


Hollis 


J. H. Powers 


1922 


Centervi lie 


C. E. McCullen 


R. 


J . 


Hal I 


R . J . Hall 


1923 


Long Creek 


C. E. McCul I en 


R. 


J. 


Hal I 


E. L. Weston 


1924 


Shi I oh 


r c u*>r*iil 1 — — 

C. t. McLulten 


R. 


J . 


Hal I 


J. F. Warren 


1925 


Wells Chapel 


L. W. Moore 


R. 


J. 


Hal I 


r a t .... 1 _ — 

C. R. Taylor 


1926 


Temple 


George E. Leftwich 


R. 


J. 


Hal I 


J. M. Kester 


1927 


Canetuck 


George E. Leftwich 


J. 


E. 


Al lard 


T U IJ i 1 1 i una 

I. n . Willi ants 


1928 


Sea Gate 


George E. Leftwich 


J. 


E. 


A I lard 


J. T. By run 


1929 


Centervi lie 


George E. Leftwich 


J. 


E. 


Al lard 


v. L. Andrews 


1930 


Teachey 


W. K. Harrell 


J. 


E. 


At lard 


T . W. S i ler 


1931 


Lei and 


W. H. Harrell 


J. 


E. 


Al lard 


A. J. Barton 


1932 


Mount Holly 


W. R. Harrel I 


J. 


E. 


Al lard 


J. A. Neil son 


1933 


Barlow's Chapel 


W. R. Harrell 


J. 


E. 


Al lard 


W. P. Page 


1934 


Wal lace 


Dr. J. A. Barton 


J. 


E. 


At lard 


J. L. Jones 


1935 


Burgaw 


Dr. J. A. Barton 


J. 


E. 


Al lard 


J. E. Lanier 


1936 


Wilm. (Calvary) 


Dr. J. A. Barton 


J. 


E. 


Al lard 


R. H. Satterfield 


1937 


Winter Park 


Or. J. A. Barton 


J. 


E. 


Allard 


S. L. Blanton 


1938 


Atkinson 


Dr. J. A. Barton 


J. 


E. 


Allard 


H. S. Strickland 


1939 


Wi I lard 


Dr. J. A. Barton 


J. 


E. 


Allard 


L. L. Johnson 


1940 


Gibson Avenue 


Dr. J. A. Barton 


J. 


E. 


Allard 


J. N. Evans, Jr. 


1941 


Souths ide 


E. L. Bradley 


J. 


E. 


Allard 


C. W. Dulin 


1942 


Riley's Creek 


E. L. Bradley 


J. 


E. 


Allard 


J. Paul Merritts 


1942 


Wells Chapel 


E. L. Bradley 


J. 


E. 


Allard 


W. C. Francis 


1943 


Tabernacle 


E. L. Bradley 


J. 


E. 


Allard 


R. W. Acres 


1943 


Mount Holly 


E. L. Bradley 


J. 


E. 


Allard 


J. Roy Clifford 


1944 


Jacksonvi lie 


E. L. Bradley 


J. 


E. 


Allard 


J. H. Butler 


1944 


Haw Bluff 


E. L. Bradley 


J. 


E. 


Allard 


Davis Shelton 


1945 


Carol ina Beach 


George E. Leftwich 


J. 


E. 


Allard 


J. V. Case 


1945 


Teachey 


George E. Leftwich 


J. 


E. 


Allard 


G. Carl Lewis 


1946 


Shi loh 


G. Carl Lewis 


J. 


E. 


Allard 


C. E. Baker 


1946 


Winter Park 


G. Carl Lewis 


J. 


E. 


Allard 


J. O. Walton 


1947 


First 


G. Carl lewis 


J. 


E. 


Allard 


J. Bryan Dosher 


1947 


Centervi lie 


G. Carl Lewis 


J. 


E. 


Allard 


T. K. Woody, Jr. 


1948 


Providence 


G. Carl Lewis 


J. 


E. 


Allard 


W. A. Poole 


1948 


Sea Gate 


G. Carl Lewis 


J. 


E. 


Allard 


W. J. Stephenson 


1949 


Salem 


William A. Poole 


J. 


E. 


Allard 


C. A. Maddry 


1949 


Atkinson 


Wi 1 1 iam A. Poole 


J. 


E. 


Allard 


Guy Moore 


1950 


Wilm. (Calvary) 


L. Grady Burgiss 


J. 


E. 


Allard 


John Lawrence 


1950 


Burgaw 


L. Grady Burgiss 


J. 


E. 


Allard 


E. W. Pate 


1951 


Souths ide 


U. J. Stephenson 


J. 


E. 


Allard 


E. Eugene Poston 


1951 


Riley's Creek 


W. J. Stephenson 


J. 


E. 


Allard 


Fred Kelly 


1952 


Jacksonvi I le 


U. J. Stephenson 


J. 


E. 


Allard 


Gordon Week ley 


1952 


Mount Holly 


W. J. Stephenson 


J. 


E. 


Allard 


E. C. Watson, Jr. 


1953 


Wrightsboro 


W. J. Stephenson 


J. 


E. 


Allard 


C. L. Turner 


1953 


Wilmington, First 


W. J. Stephenson 


J. 


E. 


Allard 


Harry J. Moore 


1954 


Bethany 


E. W. Pate 


J. 


E. 


Allard 


R. H. Lineberger 


1954 


Temple 


E. W. Pate 


J. 


E. 


Allard 


L. H. Horphis 


1955 


Wal lace 


E. W. Pate 


J. 


E. 


Allard 


R. L. Gregory 


1955 


Sunset Park 


E. W. Pate 


J. 


E. 


Allard 


A. B. Bumgarner 


1956 


01 i vet 


E. E. Poston 


J. 


E. 


Allard 


J. C. Powell 


1956 


Long Creek 


E. E. Poston 


J. 


E. 


Allard 


M. R. Haire 



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1957 


Southside 


E. E. Poston 


J. E. Atlard 


A. T. Greene, Jr. 


1958 


Winter Park 


A. T. Greene, Jr. 


J. E. Atlard 


C. W. Jones 


1959 


Jacksonville, First 


A. T. Greene, Jr. 


J. E. Atlard 


F. C. Maxwell 


1960 


Wilmington, First 


R. L. Gregory 


J. E . Allard 


El wood Orr 


1961 


temple 


R. L. Gregory 


J. E. Allard 


A. L. McGee 


1962 


Souths ide 


J. L. Pollard 


F. S. Chesson 


W. D. Morris 


196 J 


Burgaw & Hasonboro 


J. L. Pollard 


Norman Wheeler 


Morris Andrews 


1964 


Wrightsboro 


Claud O'Shields 


Norman Wheeler 


Howard Ford 


1965 


Wallace, First 


Claud O'Shields 


Norman Wheeler 


J. L. Pollard 


1966 


Centervi lie 


E. W. Moore 


Richard C. Newton 


E. U. Moore 


1967 


Ogden 


E. W. Moore 


Norman Wheeler 


L. B. Todd 


1968 


Winter Park 


A. L. He Gee 


C. E. Stines 


Wayne Slaton 


1969 


Calvary 


A. L. He Gee 


C. E. Stines 


W. L. Blanton 


1970 


Temple 


Howard Holly 


C. E. Stines 


D. E. Parkerson 


1971 


Sunset Park 


Howard Holly 


Edith Nix 


Jason Ross 


1972 


Winter Park 


Avery Lumsden 


Edith Nix 


John Stephenson 


1973 


Burgaw 


Helvin Hall 


Edith Nix 


0. C. Jenkins 


1974 


Sea Gate 


Melvin Hall 


Edith Nix 


Douglas Farmer 


1975 


Ogden 


Metvin Hall 


Edith Nix 


Richard Feagin 


1976 


Pine Valley 


M. E. Gibson 


Edith Nix 


Baker James Gauthen 


1976 


Col lege Acres 


M. E. Gibson 


Edith Nix 


Earle Rogers 


1977 


Wallace, First 


M. E. Gibson 


Edith Nix 


Coy C. Privette 


1977 


Carol ina Bch. , First 


M. E. Gibson 


Edith Nix 


Allen Laymon 


1978 


Atkinson 


G. R. Funderburke 


Ottis King 


Howard Knight 


1978 


Myrtle Grove 


G. R. Funderburke 


Ottis King 


Ri chard Phi 1 1 ips 


1979 


Wilmington, First 


G. R. Funderburke 


Ottis King 


Horace Jackson 


1980 


Battle Park 


James Parson 


Ottis King 


James H. Parson 


1980 


Freedom 


James Parson 


Ottis King 


Charles Allen, Jr. 


1981 


Wallace, First 


Arnold Ray Potter 


Ottis King 


Dick Westbrook 


1981 


Calvary 


Arnold Ray Potter 


Ottis King 


Aubrey Jones 


1982 


Surf City 


Arnold Ray Potter 


Ottis King 


Aubrey Jones 


1982 


Murray Memorial 


Arnold Ray Potter 


Ottis King 


L. G. Green 


1983 


Lake Forest 


Arnold Ray Potter 


Ottis King 


Eugene Puckett 


1983 


Sh i t oh 


Arnold Ray Potter 


Ottis King 


Horace Hall 


1984 


Masonboro 


Vincent Wall 


Ottis King 


Nancy Curtis 


1984 


Hampstead 


Vincent Wall 


Ottis King 


Ralph Holt 


1985 


Winter Park 


Vincent Wall 


Ben Croom 


Roy Smith 


1985 


Ri ley's Creek 


Vincent Wall 


Ben Croom 


Harvey Whaley, Jr. 


1986 


Wrightsvi lie Beach 


Glenn Kl ing 


Ben Croom 


Wi 1 1 iam Morgan 


1986 


Centervi I te 


G 1 em Kl ing 


Ben Croom 


Lamar Brooks 


1987 


Silver Lake 


Glenn Kl ing 


Marsha Oakley 


Ned Mathews 


1987 


Burgaw 


Glenn Kl ing 


Marsha Oakley 


Danny Hawkins 


1988 


Temple 


David Stewart 


Dorothy Hall 


J. Guy Key 


1988 


Barlow Vista 


David Stewart 


Dorothy Hall 


Norman Hunt 


1989 


Wrightsboro 


David Stewart 


Dorothy Hal I 


Jim Whetstone 


1989 


Winter Park 


David Stewart 


Dorothy Hal I 


Jack Staton 


1990 


Wallace, First 


Lamar Brooks 


Dorothy Hall 


Don Horn 


1990 


Ogden 


Lamar Brooks 


Dorothy Hall 


Bob Banks 


1991 


Scotts Hill 


Gary Trawick 


Dorothy Hal I 


Jack Miller 


1991 


Pine Valley 


Gary Trawick 


Dorothy Hal I 


Gene Puckett 


1992 


Sunset Park 


Gary Trawick 


Dorothy Hal I 


Mike Queen 


1992 


Atkinson 


Gary Trawick 


Dorothy Hall 


Lt. Ctebe McClary 


1993 


Calvary 


Danny Hawkins 


Dorothy Hall 


Allen McKeithan 


1993 


Ri ley's Creek 


Danny Hawkins 


Dorothy Hal I 


Dewey Hobbs 


1994 


Pine Val ley 


Danny Hawkins 


Dorothy Hall 


Eddie Davis, III 


1994 


Forest Hills 


Danny Hawkins 


Dorothy Hall 


Richard Everett 


1995 


Winter Park 


Bobby Harrelson 


Dorothy Hal I 


Bill Bennett 


1995 


Gibson Avenue 


Danny Hawkins 


Dorotny Hal i 


James Potter 


1996 


Freedom 


Danny Hawkins 


Dorothy Hall 


David McLaurin 


1996 


Scotts Hill 


Harold Seagle 


Dorothy Hal 1 


Norman Wheeler 



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EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE MINUTES 



The Executive Committee of the Wilmington Baptist Association met on Tuesday, November 21, 1995 
at the Associational Office Center. Rev. Danny Hawkins, Moderator, presided. Devotional time was led by David 
Brisson. Minutes of the September meeting were reviewed and approved. Financial report was reviewed and 
approved. 

STAFF REPORTS: 

Mary Margaret Brooks was away on vacation. Carlene Was with family while her father had heart 

surgery. 

David Brisson gave reports for Church and Community Ministries and Inner City: 
Church & Community Ministries 

- November Senior Adult Rally went great at Northside with 150 attending. The February Rally will 
be at Masonboro. 

- Blood Drive ■ January 27 at Winter Park; January 29 at Surf City; and February 5 at Burgaw. 

■ Hispanic Building - Needs funds; pews are enjoyed at church 

■ Japanese Mission - Evangelist spoke today ■ 1 profession of faith. 

■ Chinese Mission - Pastor Ho visited and may become full time. 

■ Koreans - Gave microwave to BSU 

■ ESL- Going great 

- Christmas in August went real well, and we are still receiving boxes. 

- Mary Margaret went to the BSC and enjoyed it. 

Inn er C ity Mini str ie s 

- We have four team in the WBA Basketball league. 

■ Thanksgiving and Christmas help keeps us busy. 

- We will be serving Thanksgiving Dinner at Hope. 

- The tutoring program is going well. 

- The work has started at Greenfield. 

- Rev. James Jamison is doing great. 

David Stewart gave a good progress report for the DOM Search Committee. 

Information on the financial needs of the BSU/Counselkig Center was shared by David Stewart. A 
suggestion to borrow monies needed and an appeal to churches was discussed. 

NEW BUSINESS: 

The Youth Council budget was decreased at budget time because the form asking for the amount 
needed for this year's program was not turned in. The Youth Council has requested that their budget of $1500 be 



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re instated. The motion was made by Paul Nix to restore the $750 to the Youth budget. Motion was seconded by 
Joan Brewer and motion carried. 

David Stewart gave information on Resort Ministries as Carlene would like to devote full time to student 
ministry. Motion by Jean Henry that Don Horn be given the title of Leisure Director and be reimbursed for expenses. 
The motion was seconded by Paul Nix and motion carried. 

January General Board meeting will be on the 16th. 

Brazil Mission dates will be March 22 April 2, 1996. Jim Robinson has 10 volunteers committed to go. 
The goal is to build the last 2 chapels. 

Wrightsville Beach Baptist Church has a group going to Honduras the last of February. 

Paul Nix, Prayer Council Chairman, shared that a prayer group will be meeting at 6:30 pm before each 
Executive Committee meeting and a Staff Prayer time each Thursday at 10:00 am. 

The meeting was adjourned with prayer by Danny Hawkins. 

Respectfully submitted. 
Dot Hall, Clerk 

Members Present: 

David Stewart, David Brisson, Danny Hawkins, Judy Norris, Linda Carroll, Paul Spithaler, Don Jackson, Louise 
Fisher, Dot H